These two-hour visits include an information session and student-led campus tour. The information session features authentic conversation with current students.
The people of Boston College are at the heart of the experience here, and students guide our campus visits. The core of our Eagle Eye Campus Visit is a candid conversation with current students—an opportunity to ask them about classes, housing, Boston, service learning, and more. And our Eagle for a Day visits allow you to experience firsthand a day in the life of a student.
Already participated in an Eagle Eye Campus Visit? Get an even closer look at what it’s like to be a Boston College student with our interactive Eagle for a Day program. You’ll spend your day with a BC student host, accompanying them to class, lunch, and elsewhere around campus. We match you with student hosts based on your interests and goals.
Groups of 10 or more members of college access/readiness organizations or college-bound high school students are welcome to visit our campus on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays during the academic year and summer. All visits consist of an information session and campus tour. Please be advised that we traditionally include groups in our daily campus visit programming and do not provide private information sessions.
Groups of 10 or more members of college access/readiness organizations or college-bound high school students are welcome to visit our campus on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays during the academic year and summer. All visits consist of an information session and tour. Please be advised that we traditionally include groups in our daily campus visit programming and do not provide private information sessions.
In our effort to best meet students where they are at with the college search process, and to adjust to large visitor volume, we only accommodate groups consisting of high school sophomores, juniors, and/or seniors.
Please complete the form below to request a visit date and help us learn more about your group. All forms must be completed at least two weeks prior to your requested visit date. We will reply to your request within 10 business days. In the event a certain date or time is not available to fit your group's availability, we welcome you to do a self-guided walking tour of campus.
Dining: Lunch is available for purchase to all visiting groups. Please note that vouchers or subsidies are not available. Please contact Megan O'Neill, Operations Manager for Dining 福彩手机客户端, to coordinate lunch on campus.
Throughout the year, members of the Office of Undergraduate Admission will travel around the world to share information and insights about Boston College with prospective students and their families. Visit BC Near You to see where we will be traveling this fall.
The Student Admission Program (SAP) is the largest student organization at Boston College with nearly 1000 members each semester. Through its 11 programs, SAP reaches out to prospective BC students through multiple medias in addition to on-campus programming. A dedicated council of 14 student coordinators works with each of these programs throughout the academic year to provide the best experience for prospective students and their families. To learn more about our SAP coordinators, feel free to take a few moments and meet them below.