Stay Connected with BC
From Boston to San Diego and everywhere in between, the Boston College Alumni Association makes staying connected to the Heights fun and easy. Whether it’s personal or professional, you’ll find everything right here.
Boston College Alumni Portal
Some of BC’s most popular ways to stay connected are located inside the Alumni Portal. The benefits available exclusively to Boston College alumni are listed below. Sign in now to start taking advantage of these opportunities.
Connect with Your Classmates
Whether it’s your reunion year or you simply want to plan an event just for your classmates, the Classes Program offers alumni assistance in keeping fellow graduates close.
There are few opportunities in life to become part of such a powerful organization while doing so little. From the day you graduate till your 10th reunion, you are automatically a part of BC GOLD. Learn more about BC GOLD.
There are many ways a parent can be involved with BC, even if they are not in close proximity to the Heights.
Connect to BC regardless of where you live by joining one of our regional chapters. With 40 U.S. and 6 international chapters, we’re practically everywhere!
Our 150 on the Road journey was so well received by BC alumni, parents, and friends around the world that we decided the show must go on. In the coming year, we'll be bringing the service projects to more cities, including Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. Please stay tuned for more information.
Sunday, Mar. 30, 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Boston College, Main Campus, Conte Forum
All are cordially invited to the annual celebration of Laetare Sunday at Boston College. This Mass marks the midpoint of Lent and is intended to provide encouragement as we progress through the penitential season of Lent.
University President William P. Leahy, S.J., will preside at the Mass. Brunch will immediately follow Mass.
This year’s featured guest speaker and Ignatian Award recipient will be Antonio “TJ” Martinez, S.J., ’92, MDiv/ThM’07. Fr. Martinez is the founding president of Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory School of Houston, Texas.
Launched in August 2009, Cristo Rey Jesuit is an innovative, game changing Jesuit high school that combines a rigorous college prep program with a salaried part-time job, exclusively serving children living at or below the poverty line. In June 2013, Cristo Rey graduated its first class, all of whom were accepted into college. Fr. Martinez has earned five graduate degrees including three degrees from Boston College, a law degree from the University of Texas School of Law, and a graduate degree from Harvard University. In 2012, Houston’s Papercity magazine named him one of four “new influencers” in the city.
Saturday, Apr. 12, Time: TBD
Join your fellow Eagles in being “men and women for others” during Boston College’s Day of Service. In an effort to expand the reach of this beloved tradition, the Alumni Association is looking forward to the inclusion of our international alumni this year, and we hope to improve upon last year’s total of 30 participating chapters.
One of the many unique things about BC alums is their penchant for volunteering. Being “men and women for others” is what sets this University apart.
BC’s affinity groups provide avenues for alumni to connect with each other and the University in deep and meaningful ways. They are based on specific areas of interest, which can be academic, cultural, professional, social, or spiritual.
The Alumni Association is pleased to offer the following programs, events, and services to enrich the spiritual lives of our alumni.