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We invite you to visit Boston College and see for yourself what a beautiful and dynamic place this is and learn more about how a BC education can transform you.

Prospective undergraduate students:

Register below for one of our information sessions or contact us directly to schedule a campus tour: wcas@bc.edu

Prospective graduate students:

Register for one of the following information sessions:

Take a Virtual Tour of the Woods College of Advancing Studies


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Explore the Woods College
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St. Mary's Hall South
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Woods College lobby
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Bapst Library
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Gasson Rotunda
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Gasson 100
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The Plaza in Front of O'Neill Library
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Gasson Quad
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Stokes Hall lobby
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Stokes auditorium
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Campus Green
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Higgins Hall atrium
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Haley House
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  • St. Mary's Hall South

    St. Mary’s Hall South, located in the heart of Boston College’s Chestnut Hill campus, is home to the Woods College of Advancing Studies.

  • Woods College lobby

    St. Mary’s Hall South houses the Woods College’s administrative deans and staff and hosts prospective and current student events and new student and walk-in course registration.

  • Bapst Library

    The Bapst Library is home to Gargan Hall, whose lofty ceiling, stained glass windows, and wood panelling distinguish it as a gem of collegiate gothic architecture and make it a popular spot for quiet study. The building also serves as the University’s art library, housing archives, databases, and journals that offer support to students studying art history, architecture, museum studies, and photography.

  • Gasson Rotunda

    The Gasson Rotunda is located at the center of the University’s oldest building, Gasson Hall. Surrounded by murals of notable Jesuits, the space features a white Carrara marble statue of the Archangel Michael triumphing over Satan.

  • Gasson 100

    Originally designed as the University’s assembly hall, Gasson 100 currently serves as a center for special events, lectures, and performances.

  • The Plaza in Front of O'Neill Library

    The plaza in front of O’Neill Library, a major crossroad of activity and central gathering place at Boston College, is bordered by Gasson, Devlin and St. Mary’s Halls. Once made up mostly of brick and concrete, the plaza went through a complete transformation in 2012, part of the University’s efforts to create more green spaces on its Middle Campus.

  • Gasson Quad

    Refurbished in 2013 as part of the University’s efforts to increase and connect the green spaces on Middle Campus, the Gasson Quad provides students with another gathering spot, as well as access to Gasson, Lyons, Fulton and Devlin Halls.

  • Stokes Hall lobby

    Stokes Hall, a 183,000-square-foot academic building completed in 2013, houses the classical studies, English, history, philosophy, and theology departments, the Academic Advising Center, and the First Year Experience offices, as well as 36 classrooms, conference rooms, and the Chocolate Bar, a coffee and pastry shop popular with students, faculty, and staff.

  • Stokes auditorium

    As the hub for the teaching of the liberal arts at Boston College, Stokes Hall’s 36 classrooms are busy, often hosting as many as 175 classes on any given school day.

  • Campus Green

    The Campus Green (also referred to as Stokes Lawn) was shaped in 2013 with the construction of Stokes Hall. In addition to Stokes Hall, the green is surrounded by McElroy, Carney, McGuinn, Fulton, and Lyons Halls.

  • Higgins Hall atrium

    The Higgins Hall atrium was created in 1997 when the building was expanded to meet the needs of the University’s growing science programs. Higgins Hall is home to offices, classrooms, state-of-the-art core facilities, and research laboratories for the physics and biology departments.

  • Haley House

    Haley House, located on Boston College’s Upper Campus, houses the Woods College’s academic advisors, program directors, and other administrative staff.