Does Boston College have interviews?

BC does not offer interviews as part of its admissions process, and while its adcom encourages students to visit the school, you should only do so to better educate yourself on its vibe, mission, and grounds—in other words, to see firsthand if it is a good fit for you.

Does Boston University require interviews?

Nope, no interviews.

Does Boston College care about demonstrated interest?

College Transitions is happy to provide a list of 360+ schools and the level of importance assigned to this increasingly-important admissions factor….Table updated August 2019.

Institution Demonstrated Interest
Boston College Not Considered
University of Hawaii at Manoa Not Considered
Boston University Important

Is Boston College a top tier school?

Boston College is ranked 22nd on Forbes’ ninth annual America’s Top Colleges survey, joining seven of eight Ivy League universities among the top 25. View the full ranking of 660 schools here.

When do Boston College admissions interviews take place?

Boston College does not offer interviews as part of the admission process. Spring 2021 discussions for prospective students have concluded. Registration will resume in mid-September. Admitted students may register for discussions through their Applicant Status Portal.

How to stay connected to Boston College alumni?

Here you’ll find resources for staying connected to BC and your fellow Eagles—through programs and events, networking channels, giving opportunities, and much more. No matter how near or far you are from the Heights, you’ll always be home at BC. Stay current on all COVID-related updates on the official Reopening BC site.

Who are some famous alumni of Boston College?

BC alumna Sally Holmes grew up reading Seventeen magazine. Now she’s running Marie Claire. The pioneering research of neuroscientist and BC grad Christine Ann Denny could have life-altering implications. How can we help you?

What to expect when you visit Boston College?

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 virtual visit programs allow you to engage with our community from the comfort of your home.