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A Holocaust Symposium: Genocide and Persecution of Jehovah’s Witnesses
Prof. Reibling has the pleasure to welcome Mr. Christoph Wilker from the NS-Documentation Center in Munich, Germany, and Mr. Max Woernhard from Switzerland to the panel and together with Prof. Michalczyk they will discuss the persecution and genocide of Jehovah’s witnesses with the audience.

The symposium takes place Wednesday, October 18, at 7 PM at Boston College, Devlin 101. Admission is free.

Please view a list of undergraduate and graduate Woods College courses.
Additional fall registration information can be found here.

Also, you can view a PDF of our Fall 2017 catalog.

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For more info about upcoming Woods College events, please see our EVENTS page, and for university events see the BC EVENTS calendar.

Graduate Programs Info Session
Wednesday, October 18, 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Monday, December 4, 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Applied Economics Online Info Session
Thursday, September 21, Noon
Tuesday, November 7, Noon

Undergraduate Programs On Campus Info Session
Saturday, October 21
Info Session at 10:30 a.m.
Class Visit at 11:15 a.m.

Woods College Tailgates, BC Football Season 2017.  Join Alums, Current and Prospective Students, Faculty, Staff for Boston College Football Tailgating September 9, September 30, and October 27.  

May 16th - Start Date
June 5th - Start Date
June 22th 12-1pm - Virtual Webinar
July 25th 7-8pm - Virtual Webinar
- TuesdayApril 11th 7-8pm - Virtual Webinar (4 weeks from last webinar and 6 weeks until next start)
May 16th - Start Date
June 5th - Start Date
June 22th 12-1pm - Virtual Webinar
July 25th 7-8pm - Virtual Webinar

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Resources for Students from
Puerto Rico

We extend our support to our colleagues and friends affected by the hurricanes in the Caribbean.  We welcome students displaced from their home institution to apply to Boston College as a Visiting Student or a Woods College BA Student.  Visiting Student status allows students to enroll full-time at Boston College for one academic semester, and then return to their home institution. The application process is handled through the Woods College of Advancing Studies. More information can be found here.

Submit your Intent to Graduate Form no later than November 1st.

Please note that any student who thinks they may graduate should update their diploma name through the Agora Portal by October 15th.


Make an appointment with your advisor through our new online calendar

Please be aware that the final date for official Withdrawal from a course or from Boston College for the fall semester will be November 27, 2017. For complete information regarding Withdrawal prior to this date, see the Registration page, or see the Woods College Academic Calendar for more details and refund percentages at: /schools/advstudies/about/calendar.html

In the Withdrawal period, a withdrawal from a course will show on your transcript with a grade of "W" and the percentage of tuition refunded will be determined by the date of the withdrawal.



The most recent Undergraduate Student Handbook and Graduate Student Handbook are now available! These handbooks contain lots of helpful information for Woods College students in one convenient place.