Trustees set tuition for 2024-25

The Boston College Board of Trustees has set undergraduate and graduate tuition, and has voted to increase need-based undergraduate financial aid

The Board of Trustees has set undergraduate tuition for the 2024-2025 academic year at $69,400, as part of a 4.3 percent increase in tuition, fees, room, and board, bringing the overall annual cost of attendance at Boston College to $88,632.  

To help offset the increased costs, the trustees voted to enhance need-based undergraduate financial aid by 6 percent, or $10.6 million, to a total of $177 million. Boston College meets 100 percent of demonstrated need for all domestic students for all four years, and the average need-based financial aid package is projected to exceed $58,000 in 2024-2025. Overall, more than 66 percent of Boston College undergraduates receive financial aid.

In addition, the Board of Trustees also set tuition for graduate programs for the 2024-2025 academic year, including Boston College Law ($69,600), and the full-time MBA program in the Carroll School of Management ($65,080).   

Boston College is ranked 51st in the “Best Value Schools” category among national universities by U.S. News & World Report.