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back to top Boston College was founded by the Society of Jesus in 1863 and, with three teachers and 22 students, opened its doors on September 5, 1864. The three other buildings that still shape the core of the campus—St. Boston College first offered doctoral programs in 1952.Through its first seven decades, it remained a small undergraduate institution, offering the sons of the Irish working class a rigorous course load in theology and philosophy, classical languages, rhetoric, math and science. Mary’s Hall, Devlin Hall, and Bapst Library—opened in 1917, 1924, and 1928, respectively. Connell in 2003—and the School of Education—today named for Carolyn A. By 1970 all undergraduate programs had become coeducational, and today women comprise more than half of the University’s enrollment.Thirty years later, the University acquired a 65-acre parcel from the Boston Archdiocese, just across Commonwealth Avenue in Brighton.
In this spirit, the University regards the contribution of different religious traditions and value systems as essential to the fullness of its intellectual life and to the continuous development of its distinctive intellectual heritage.
Boston College pursues this distinctive mission by serving society in three ways: Boston College fulfills this mission with a deep concern for all members of its community, with a recognition of the important contribution a diverse student body, faculty, and staff can offer, with a firm commitment to academic freedom, and with a determination to exercise careful stewardship of its resources in pursuit of its academic goals.
The 120-acre Chestnut Hill campus comprises three levels: the Upper Campus, which features undergraduate residence halls; the Middle Campus, which includes classrooms, laboratories, administrative offices, and student facilities; and the Lower Campus, which features Robsham Theater, Conte Forum and student residences as well as dining, recreational, and parking facilities.
The Newton Campus is situated 1.5 miles from the Chestnut Hill Campus on a 40-acre site that includes Boston College Law School, undergraduate residence halls, athletic fields, and student facilities.
For a paper copy of the information presented in this catalog, please contact Boston College’s Office of Institutional Research, Planning and Assessment at 617-552-3111 or [email protected] Clement’s Hall, 140 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467.