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Boston college

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Brief Introduction Of BC   ( Jojo )


Location: in the village of Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts


Campus: suburban-332.5 acres


Type: Private


Date of the foundation:1863


Name of the founder: Benedict Joseph Fenwick, S.J.   maryland


Religious affiliation: Roman Catholic


( The Catholic Church, also known as the Roman Catholic Church, is the world's largest Christian church, with 1.2 billion members.

The Catholic Church is Trinitarian and defines its mission as spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ, administering the sacraments and exercising charity. )



Mascot: Baldwin the Eagle

Nickname: Eagles

Present: William P. Leahy  S.J.Omaha, Nebraska and raised in Imogene, Iowa   


Colors: Maroon     and Gold    


Motto: Ever to Excel


TOEFL: 100


SAT:  1890~2150


Application deadline:  January 1


Ranking of American undergraduate education: 31


Academic stuff : 2418

Students: 14359

Undergraduates: 9110

Postgraduates: 4673











About campus life      ( Shanice )




biggest Sports Team- Football Team

boston college football


Hockey Team-won the national champion






Million Dollar Stairs





Academic    ( Veronica )







BC has 52.0 percent of its classes with fewer than 20 students and only 6,4 percent of its classes have more 50 or more students.





About 38.7 percent full-time faculties are females and 61.3 percent of faculties are males. 



The most popular majors at Boston College include: Finance, General; Economics, General; Speech Communication and Rhetoric; Biology/Biological Sciences, General; and English Language and Literature, General.  


112 credits four years

38 course 3 credits per course  



Graduation & Retention

Average freshman retention rate


4-year graduation rate




Study Abroad


About 35% of Carroll School students will study abroad during their junior year. Most students will go for one semester, but a few will study abroad for an entire year. 

I highly recommend students study abroad because it allows for one to explore the world beyond the BC “bubble” and see it from a different perspective. Second, depending on the particular program you are in, it gives you the opportunity to meet either other BC students who you have not met before or to meet students from different schools all over the world. Third, you get to travel all the time with your friends which is always fun!

Adriana, Class of 2013

Finance and Accounting




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