Thank you for taking the time to visit our page for college counselors. We appreciate you and all of the years of work that you put into advising and guiding your students through the college process.
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Throughout each academic year, the Boston College Admission Office seeks to keep the counseling community updated on both the admission cycle and developments within our office. Updates are typically sent out by email so please go to the "Request Information" tab below to join our Counselor Mailing List. Stay tuned for our next update!
Looking for important updates that may be of interest to your students? We will provide links to helpful Boston College-related news here, especially items relating to admissions, academics and student life.
Each year, we enjoy hosting visits from community-based organizations focused on college access/readiness. This fall, we are excited to welcome back CBOs for one-hour in-person campus tours at 12:00 pm on Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Thursdays from September 21st through November 18th. To learn more about these visits, please look for Organization & High School Visits on our Visit page or contact Cindy Cordova, Senior Assistant Director, Office of Undergraduate Admission.
As one of 20 private US colleges and universities practicing need-blind admission and meeting the full demonstrated financial need for domestic applicants, our goal is to make a Boston College education not only possible for students regardless of their socioeconomic background, but also one that ensures their success. Learn more about BC's affordability and our tools for estimating financial aid (Quick Cost Estimator and/or Net Price Calculator).
While many offices at Boston College work with our students to make the most of their college experience, we want to highlight a few that are well known for the positive difference they make in students' lives. Please read more about these difference-makers:
Your work with students is important to you, your students and their families, and your community. It is also important to us. From travel and calls to meetings and correspondence throughout the year, our goal is to work with as many of you as we can.
We hope that this Counselor page, as well as the main websites for both Boston College and the Admission Office, serve as valuable resources for you, but if you have a question that cannot be answered or are just looking to connect with us, we appreciate the opportunity to work with you.
As with many admission offices across the country, ours is comprised of admission counselors with specific regions. Please visit the Find Your Admission Counselor page to find the member of our office who would be your most appropriate point of contact. If you have any trouble, you can always call our main office at 617-552-3100 or send us an email. Thank you.
The Boston College AHANA community (people of African, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American descent) is one that contributes in numerous and incredibly meaningful ways to the University. This brochure highlights programs and services of the Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center (BAIC), an office supporting the entire student body, with a particular focus on AHANA students.
Just as higher education expands our students' horizons, we have been witness to an increasing international student population making a huge difference on both our campus and in the city of Boston. Come learn more about the opportunities for students coming to BC from around the globe.
As a Jesuit institution, Boston College believes deeply in the importance of the education of the whole person. This is evident in our University Core Curriculum, which helps our students acquire a common intellectual foundation. A renewal of our core resulted in opportunities for team-taught Core courses. Feel free to read more about recent offerings below.