The Robert J. Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences fosters the rigorous intellectual development and the religious, ethical, and personal growth of its students. Morrissey College faculty and students directly engage the world’s most pressing problems, using their gifts to enhance the common good.
The Morrissey College offers undergraduate and graduate programs in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Students emerge prepared to thrive in a broad range of careers and ready to serve as capable and passionate leaders, working as a leaven for good in communities around the world.
As the oldest and largest division of Boston College, the Morrissey College embodies the Jesuit, Catholic commitment to depth of inquiry, academic excellence, and educating the whole person through a formative engagement with the liberal arts.
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At the Morrissey College, we educate students in a 500-year Jesuit tradition by combining intellectual rigor with a concern for the formation of character. Our graduates are people who are well-educated, well-prepared, men and women ready to make a difference in the world.
“Our Jesuit tradition encourages us to judge our success as an institution by who our students become. At Boston College, we hope our students become women and men of depth of thought and creative imagination, who are ready to engage the needs of our world and well-prepared for meaningful lives of leadership, scholarship, and service.”