Please read and complete the following before coming to campus.
In addition to the information below, please review this important checklist for incoming law students from the University's Student Services Office.
Our Incoming Student Guide, compiled by the Law Student Association in partnership with the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid, is another comprehensive resource.
Remember: Full-time Law students are billed on a per semester basis. The fall semester bills are due in August.
Select or waive health coverage
University Health Services
All students who pay the campus health fee are eligible to receive care through University Health Services, located in 2150 Commonwealth Ave. on the Brighton campus. The fee is $486 for coverage from September to June, or you may pay a per-visit fee of $100-$110.
Massachusetts Medical Insurance
Students will be enrolled in university-sponsored Massachusetts health insurance if they do not choose to waive the coverage. More information about this Blue Cross Blue Shield plan can be found here.
Medical Insurance Waiver
Purchase your parking permit or MBTA pass
Read the Student Parking Permit Instructions for an overview of on-campus parking. Then, order your permit online through the Agora Portal. Note: the 2019-2020 BC Graduate Student Parking pass application is available starting on August 5, 2019. You can pick up your permit at the Office of Student Services in Lyons Hall on the Chestnut Hill Campus.
Boston College students are eligible for discounted public transportation passes on Boston's MBTA system.
Order your Boston College "Eagle-One" ID Card
All Boston College Law students are required to have an Eagle-One ID Card. This card identifies you as a student and provides access to various on-campus spaces. It also gives you access to essential services like printing and library borrowing, and allows you to add money for dining and other expenses.
To order your card, fill out this form and return it to:
Office of Student Services
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
- A $30 fee will be applied to your student account.
- You may pick up your ID from Student Services approximately 5 business days after your request is received.
- Any ID cards not picked up by August 22 will be distributed on the first day of Orientation.