Jesuit, Catholic values are deeply embedded in our culture as part of our University heritage. They guide us in everything we do, from developing new courses to each one-on-one interaction.
Boston College celebrates its Catholicism in many ways, including daily Mass and the annual Mass of the Holy Spirit. It also welcomes people of all faith traditions and encourages students to explore their spirituality and engage in discussions of faith-based issues.
All of our graduate programs incorporate ethical requirements, ensuring we prepare principled professionals. These course offerings have an ethical focus
“Health Ethics and Law has been my favorite class because it challenges you to think outside of the box while analyzing critical ethical dilemmas and learning about vital ethical principles related to the law. Dr. Beshansky relates classwork to real-world issues, and assignments relate to my future professional work. ”
The Volunteer and Service Learning Center is committed to serving the Greater Boston community by promoting conscientious service in the context of Catholic social teaching and contemporary Jesuit education.