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Boston College is a coeducational university located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. The University's 115-acre main campus is located in an open suburban setting six miles from downtown Boston. Founded in 1863, it is one of the oldest Jesuit, Catholic universities in the United States.
Boston College confers undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 50 fields of study through 11 schools and colleges. These include:
The Boston College Home Page is designed to make it easy for people interested in studying or working at Boston College to navigate through the University's web sites. It contains a link to information resources that are of special interest to our Alumni. The "quick links" menu provides direct access to several sites often used by visitors.
Electronic visitors should check out BC's InfoEagle campus-wide web portal. InfoEagle provides interesting news and information supplied by our schools, departments and organizations. The InfoEagle home page is the central navigation page for students, faculty, staff.
First-time visitors to Boston College may also wish to consult our electronic Guide to Boston College for links to campus maps, directions, our fact book and other general reference sources. Consult the Contact Boston College page for information about postal mailing addresses, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers of departments, students, faculty, and staff, plus listings of frequently requested phone numbers and e-mail addresses.
This document maintained by email@example.com. Material Copyright © 2001 E. Michael Clasby Last Update: November 14, 2001