The community at the Connell School works to ensure that we all thrive—inside and outside the classroom. Inspired by Boston College's Jesuit tradition, our culture of support promotes care for the whole person by encouraging each student’s intellectual, personal, professional, and spiritual growth.
The Connell School is dedicated to building and maintaining an environment that supports inclusivity and fosters the success of a diverse faculty, staff, and student body. We are dedicated to addressing social justice issues, working to reduce health disparities, and educating the next generation of culturally competent nurses.
Outreach by Connell School of Nursing faculty and students helped Cristo Rey Boston High School significantly increase the COVID-19 vaccination rate among its students.
“I never realized the impact that a Jesuit education would have on my career discernment and have never felt so fortunate and blessed by the innumerable experiences that I have had at Boston College. ”
A new book details Connell School of Nursing Prof. Ann Burgess's trailblazing work with the FBI.
Connell School of Nursing Professor and Associate Dean Christopher Lee is recognized by the American Heart Association.
Through our international programs, students gain a greater understanding of global health care needs while acquiring the skills to lead in an increasingly interconnected world.
Pictured: CSON student Siobhan Tellez shares evening tea with her host family in Ecuador.