The mission of the PULSE Program is to educate our students about social injustice by putting them into direct contact with marginalized populations and social change organizations and by encouraging discussion on classic and contemporary works of philosophy and theology.

Current Students

A Celebration of PULSE and the Cooney Family Directorship

October 25, 2018 at 1:30 p.m.
The Irish Room, Gasson Hall 100

All are welcome at this special celebration of PULSE and the Cooney Family Directorship! Join us as we thank our generous benefactors, Robert J. Cooney '74 and Loretta W. Cooney, P'08, '10, and hear all about PULSE through firsthand accounts from students, alumni, faculty, staff, and community sponsors. RSVP today to Meghan Scheffler at meghan.scheffler@bc.edu.

What we have to learn to do, we learn by doing.
Aristotle, Nichomachean Ethics

PULSE

12

Credits

2

Semesters

1

Course

"Person and Social Responsibility"

12

Hours Per Week
Service

PULSE fulfills the entire Philosophy and Theology core requirement

Mutually Beneficial Partnerships in a Variety of Service Areas

 

Addiction

Adult Education

Advocacy

Career Development/Training

Early Childhood Education

Homelessness

Domestic Violence

Healthcare

Hunger

Immigration

Incarceration

Loneliness & Isolation

Mental Illness

Special Needs

Supportive Living

Youth Education & Enrichment

And More