When individuals are not recognized, or don’t feel at home, or are unable to contribute as they might, we all suffer, we’re all weakened. We’re not as strong as we could be. Therefore, spending a day as you are doing is critical to Boston College. We are hoping to be a better institution the more and more we have conversations like this one.
University President William P. Leahy, S.J., at the second annual diversity and Inclusion summit

Boston College Resources

Accessibility Resources

Boston College strives to ensure individuals with disabilities feel welcomed, have the support they need, and have equal access to all resources.

Courageous Conversations

Courageous Conversations Towards Racial Justice is a dialogue-centered initiative on racism and privilege designed to address racial healing, equity, and justice.

Forum on Racial Justice in America

This forum provides a meeting place for dialogue about race and racism in the U.S., while serving as a catalyst for bridging differences, promoting reconciliation, and encouraging new perspectives.

LGBTQ Resources

Boston College is dedicated to fostering a welcoming, safe, and inclusive environment for all students and to positively impact and improve the LGBTQ+ student experience.

Montserrat Coalition

A campus-wide network of assistance, mentorship, and support for students with high financial need to help them achieve a successful experience at BC.

Office for Institutional Diversity

Supports the mission of the University by promoting a culture that embraces diversity and inclusion for all members of the Boston College community.

Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center

This center supports and empowers undergraduate students, with a particular focus on AHANA, multicultural, and multiethnic issues.

Veterans Services

Boston College proudly welcomes all veterans of the United States Armed Forces and is committed to helping them find the resources they require to thrive here.

Women's Center

The Women’s Center was founded in 1973 to support, educate, and empower Boston College students of all genders in an inclusive and welcoming space.

Class of 2026


AHANA students


first-generation college students


international students

Humans of Boston College Project

Getting to know Boston College, one Eagle at a time.
Created by Jenna Corcoran '17, Curated by BC Social Team

More About Humans of BC

Photo of student in class
Photo of students at career event

Advancing Careers

The Boston College Career Center empowers all students to pursue meaningful careers and lives. Specific career readiness resources are available for:

AHANA students
Interntational students
LGBTQ+ students
Students with disabilities

Formation of the whole person

In the tradition of Ignatian spirituality, Boston College offers several retreat experiences to meet a range of spiritual needs for students, faculty, and staff of all faiths.

Retreat Opportunities