BC F1RST is a pre-freshman program that pushes beyond the university orientation and allows students to understand the resources and opportunities available and to begin to take the initiative to make their BC experience their own.
Dedicated Intellectuals of the People (DIOP) improves students' opportunities by stabilizing their learning environment, helping them to become self-supporting, and eventually empowering them to control their own destinies.
The Gateway Scholars Program for STEM supports first generation and students of color through the foundational courses in biology and chemistry that are required for the Biology and Biochemistry majors.
The program is designed to help participants share experiences around graduate studies, how the choice was made to pursue a particular discipline, and the challenges and rewards of being a graduate student.
The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program is a graduate school preparation program for Boston College undergraduates who are both low-income and first-generation college participants and/or under-represented.
The McNair Exploratory Program (MEP) is a new initiative from the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Program. MEP involves first-year students in a conversation about professional career, graduate education, and research.