Boston College Top Questions

What do you brag about most when you tell your friends about your school?


The quality of the buildings and how asthetically pleasing the campus is.


Being 4x Men's Hockey National Champions, Good football recruits (Luke Kuechly, Matt Ryan), On campus concerts and other activities


I brag about the quality of the students here at BC. Everyone is treated with universal respect, and people are always willing to lend a hand or an ear if you have a problem or a concern. The students at BC are constantly involved with helping one another as well as the community, as well as urging their friends, and ever complete strangers, to join the cause. Academically, people appear to be on a level playing field, which prevents me from feeling overshadowed, but still provides a healthy sense of competition to meet the standards of a BC student.


The thing I brag about most when talking to my friends is how beautiful our campus is. The other thing I brag most about is how nice our football/basketball/ice hockey complex is and how it is very profressional looking.


The people are really great, the professors are fantastic and we have a lot of school spirit.


The school spirit, the things to do on campus, the people. Pretty much everything!


Great School spirit, smart students, dedication to improving world and community


My friends probably get sick of me bragging, but there is so much to talk about - I love it here! The student body is incredible, great school spirit and a work hard play hard attitude. Mostly everyone makes academics his/her priority but there is also quite an emphasis on a well rounded college experience. Nearly all (about 80{4a082faed443b016e84c6ea63012b481c58f64867aa2dc62fff66e22ad7dff6c}) of students have at some point been involved in community service, research opportunities and advanced study grants are available and it seems that professors really care about their students. Some of my favorite moments have been discussions with peers or professors.


The academic vigor, sports, and location




The great kearning experiences I have had and good grades.


The campus & grounds, the city, the Jesuit environment


At BC I was able to make myself into the person that I want to be. I am proud of the things I did there--from community service trips during my spring breaks to leading retreats to being involved in an organization that is focused on helping students determine what they want to do after graduation. I am proud of the person that I became, what I did there, and where I come from. Go BC!


My friends and the athletic department.


That it's so diverse in its student population, and that we get the best of both worlds as a school in the suburbs, and a school in the city of Boston. We can be a part of the city and go into it whenever we please, but we aren't stuck there, we can always come back to the green pastures of BC.