Campus & Community / Announcements

BC Forward

A resource on protocols, vaccination, and FAQs related to the 2021-22 academic year.

Campus & Community / Announcements

Transition for BC's General Counsel

Joseph Herlihy, general counsel since 1998, will retire this summer, succeeded by Deputy General Counsel Nora Field.

Campus & Community / Students

Keeping the faith

BC pitcher Samrath Singh is believed to be the first observant Sikh to ever play Division 1 baseball.

Faith & Religion / Ministry

A Catholic-Jewish encounter over sacred texts

BC School of Theology and Ministry will develop a course curriculum for Jewish-Christian learning based on the Psalms.

Campus & Community / Alumni

Living lives of purpose

Survey results show 93 percent of BC Class of 2020 grads are employed, enrolled in graduate school, or engaged in a fellowship or volunteer experience.

Campus & Community / Honors & Awards

Exploring the world

Current students and recent graduates have earned Fulbrights, Borens, Gilmans, and other prestigious scholarships and awards.

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Campus & Community / Students

Keeping the faith

BC pitcher Samrath Singh is believed to be the first observant Sikh to ever play Division 1 baseball.

Science, Tech & Health / Biology & Genetics

Finding the 'missing link'

The discovery of a billion-year-old fossil offers new insight into animal evolution, BC researcher says.

Campus & Community / Alumni

Living lives of purpose

Survey results show 93 percent of BC Class of 2020 grads are employed, enrolled in graduate school, or engaged in a fellowship or volunteer experience.

BC Events / Commencement

'BC gave me a license to dream big'

Hariharan Shanmugam '21 of the Carroll School of Management wins this year's Finnegan Award, Boston College's highest undergraduate Commencement honor.

BC Events / Commencement

PHOTOS: A joyful day

Commencement 2021 provided a jubilant closing to a challenging year.

BC Events / Commencement

Prepare for the 'Great Unmasking'

Nationally noted columnist, commentator, and bestselling author David Brooks urges Class of 2021 to practice 'social closeness and social courage'

Campus & Community / Students

Keeping the faith

BC pitcher Samrath Singh is believed to be the first observant Sikh to ever play Division 1 baseball.

Campus & Community / Alumni

Living lives of purpose

Survey results show 93 percent of BC Class of 2020 grads are employed, enrolled in graduate school, or engaged in a fellowship or volunteer experience.

Campus & Community / Students

Final Takes

Graduating Boston College seniors reflect on their final year on the Heights.

Campus & Community / Students

Rewind: 2020-21

It was a year unlike any other. Here's a look back.

Campus & Community / Students

Spring on the Heights | 2021

VIDEO: Boston College students take advantage of the sunshine, warmer weather, and outdoor offerings that come with springtime on the Heights.

BC Events / Commencement

Boston College Commencement 2021

Journalist, author, and cultural and political commentator David Brooks will address the Class of 2021 at the University’s 144th Commencement Exercises on May 24.

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BC Events / Commencement

PHOTOS: A joyful day

Commencement 2021 provided a jubilant closing to a challenging year.

BC Events / Commencement

Prepare for the 'Great Unmasking'

Nationally noted columnist, commentator, and bestselling author David Brooks urges Class of 2021 to practice 'social closeness and social courage'

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Engagement, outdoors

BC departments and offices collaborate on ways for students to spend time outdoors in the company of others.

Nation, World & Society / Business & Management

#EaglesAtHome

Carroll School of Management students share photos of their remote learning spaces.

Science, Tech & Health / Nursing & Healthcare

'Humbling, heartbreaking, beautiful'

Faces of the pandemic frontlines captured by Connell School alumna and ER nurse Adeline Egan.

Art & Culture / Fine Arts

'Indian Ocean Currents'

The McMullen Museum presents an exploration of climate change by six leading artists.

What's Happening

Also in the News

Though some people barely held it together during the pandemic, they also feel pressured to have somehow learned or grown from the experience. Lynch  School Professor David Blustein comments: Vox.com.

The pandemic seems to have worsened childhood obesity, but it also suggests ways of fighting it, including a report on how expanding COVID adaptations could improve USDA summer feeding programs. Biology Assistant Professor of the Practice Rebecca Franckle, a report co-author, comments in the New York Times Magazine.

A new spotlight is shining on the ways that charitable giving can exacerbate economic inequality. A conversation with BC Law Professor Ray Madoff, who advocates for a bipartisan policy change to address the issue, on GBH "Greater Boston."

Boston College pitcher Samrath Singh '22, believed to be the first observant Sikh to ever play Division 1 baseball, is featured by NBC News.

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University Notices

Ever to Excel: Advancing Boston College's Mission
Read about The University’s 10-year strategic plan.