Boston College

Boston College ( BC) is an independent, Jesuit research university located in Chestnut Hill in Massachusetts. It was established in 1863. Originally established as an undergraduate college for liberal arts by the Jesuits and members of the Society of Jesus, the institution officially began operations on September 5, 1864, in a small , solitary building in Harrison Avenue in South end of Boston.the college has over 9,300 full-time students and five thousand graduate students. While Boston College is classified as an R1 research university it retains the word "college" in its name to signify its past as an incredibly tiny college for liberal studies. college.Its primary campus sits in an historic district and contains some of the first examples of gothic collegiate design within North America.

BC is home to the principal campus in the beautiful neighbourhood in Chestnut Hill and two satellite campuses located in Brighton Newton and Newton. Each campus is equipped with various amenities and services that will guarantee a pleasant studying and stay experience for students. Its one-quarter-acre Chestnut Hill campus houses the oldest structures of the school that house the majority of the dining facilities, academic spaces, points as well as student residences, and many athletic fields. Its 65-acre Brighton Campus is home to an impressive McMullen Museum of Art, the McMullen Museum of Art, theology and ministry schools as well as administrative offices, and recently-constructed sports facilities.

Boston College offers bachelor's degrees master's, master's and doctoral degrees in its eight schools and colleges:

  1. Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences
  2. Carroll School of Management
  3. Lynch School of Education and Human Development
  4. Connell School of Nursing
  5. Graduate School of Social Work
  6. Boston College Law School
  7. Boston College School of Theology and Ministry
  8. Woods College of Advancing Studies

Newton Campus is a 40-acre area of land that includes the law school as well as sports facilities, and a number of residence halls for students who are freshmen. The campus houses the principal library (O'Neill Library) as well as seven other specific libraries that have a unique and exclusive collection of more than 3 million books. The university has 30 residence halls which house approximately 90% of seniors. Boston College has six schools and two colleges offering graduate and undergraduate degrees across more than fifty areas of research. Students can take courses in areas like biology, finance, economics and chemistry, political science, communications nursing, psychology human development and computer science. English arts, theology, and. As of now, the total student enrollment for Boston College is 14,600, with 53% of them being are female and 47% males. International students constitute eight percent of the total student population. BC has 860 full-time faculty students on its roster and ninety-three percent of them holding doctoral degrees. The ratio of student-to-teacher at BC is 11:1. Furthermore, it has 273 student groups as well as 40 intramural clubs. 31 men's and women's NCAA Division I sports teams.

Boston College has a vast alumni network of more than 182,736 alumni including well-known and well-known names such as Kevin Allocca (YouTuber), Steve Barry (Managing Director at Goldman Sachs & Co.), Doug Flutie (Sports Broadcaster), Jared Dudley (NBA player), Paloma Hernandez (CEO and co-founder of Urban Health Plan Inc.) and Clinton Kelly (Television Personality, Designer and Author).

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