Boston College Veteran Programs & Services provides a cohesive system of support for veterans and works to educate the greater BC Community by raising awareness around important issues concerning military-connected individuals.
“Boston College proudly welcomes all veterans of the United States Armed Forces and is committed to helping the men and women who have served and continue to serve our country with the academic support, resources, community, and career development services that are the hallmark of a Boston College education. ”
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Veterans Enrolled in BC Programs
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To All Veterans and other Military-Connected Individuals,
Welcome to the Boston College Veterans & Military-Connected Community. I want to invite you to view our website for information about who we are, what we have to offer, and what resources are available to help you progress and make the most of your time at Boston College. Our Jesuit, Catholic foundation will allow you to explore the formation of your social, educational, and spiritual life. It is with this philosophy in mind that we have compiled veteran voices, office contacts, and various sections of information together in one place to help you navigate your educational journey here at BC.
If I can be of any support, help, or assistance for you, please do not hesitate to reach out.
Mike Lorenz, AD for Veteran Programs & Services
(US Air Force/Air National Guard, Aircraft Maintenance, OIF/OEF Veteran)
9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
St. Mary's Chapel, Burns Library Lawn
All are welcome to join us as we honor our veterans at the 21st Annual Boston College Veterans Mass and Remembrance Ceremony.
Mass will begin at 9:30 a.m. at St. Mary’s Chapel on main campus. John Monahan S.J., LCDR, CHC, USN, (RET) will preside, and Paul McNellis S.J. will preach at Mass.
At 11:00 a.m., the ceremony and roll call of BC alumni who died during conflict will begin at the Boston College Veterans Memorial on Burns Library Lawn. Rear Admiral SC USN (RET) Raymond Berube ’78 will deliver the keynote address.
A luncheon reception will immediately follow the ceremony in Gasson Hall.
Jean Chisser, firstname.lastname@example.org, Mike Lorenz, email@example.com