This live one-hour virtual program features an undergraduate admission representative and a panel of current BC students.
For the safety of visitors and our campus community, on-campus admission visits are currently suspended. Per University guidelines, we discourage students and families from visiting campus at this time. More information about COVID-19 and the Boston College's reopening plan is available here. You may find FAQ's on the virus's impact specific to admission and enrollment policies here.
We continue to monitor the evolving nature of the pandemic and will offer on-campus visits as soon as we are able. To receive information on future Undergraduate Admission events (on-campus and virtual), please complete our inquiry form. In the meantime, we invite you to explore our wide range of virtual visit offerings below.
体育365The people at Boston College are at the heart of the experience here. While we know nothing can fully replicate the feeling of being on campus, we'd like to share some ways for you to virtually explore Boston College and connect with our community in the days and weeks ahead.
During this month-long virtual open house for prospective students and families, the Office of Undergraduate Admission will feature live discussions on BC's admission and financial aid processes, academics, student life, and more. Hear from University faculty, staff, and plenty of current undergraduate students!
体育365If you've already participated in an on-campus or virtual Eagle Eye Campus Visit and would like to learn more about our campus community, consider registering for an Eagle for a Discussion. These 30 minute virtual chats will allow you to connect one-on-one with a current BC student.
Hosted by members of our Student Admission Program (SAP), these 30 minute one-on-one virtual discussions will allow you to ask the experts, our current students, specific questions about Boston College. Inquire about classes and professors, campus clubs and organizations, residential life, and more.
While geared towards rising seniors who may be narrowing down their college list, any prospective student interested in Boston College may register for a Discussion. We encourage you to prepare questions in advance.
Please note, these Discussions are not evaluative interviews for admission, but rather an opportunity for you to connect with a current BC student. Boston College does not offer interviews as part of the admission process.
体育365Groups of 10 or more members of college access/readiness organizations or college-bound high school students are welcome to join us for a 60 minute virtual information session on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays during the fall. Please be advised that we traditionally include groups in our daily campus visit programming and do not provide private information sessions.
体育365These 60-minute virtual information sessions, led by an admission counselor and student panelists, are offered for groups of 10 or more members of college access/readiness organizations or college-bound students in their sophomore, junior, and senior years of high school. Attendees will be encouraged to ask questions. Please be advised that we traditionally include groups in our daily programming and do not provide private information sessions.
Please register below and help us learn more about your group. All forms must be completed at least two weeks prior to your requested date. We will reply to your request within 10 business days.
This summer, we have a staff of 18 students ready to meet with you during virtual visits and one-on-one conversations. While the Admission Office is closed to in-person visits, these students will do their best each day to provide you with a window into their Boston College experiences. To learn more, feel free to take a few moments and meet them below.
For updates on Boston College's reopening for fall semester visit web-insites.com/reopen.