Boston College

Boston College is a private Jesuit research university in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Founded in 1863, the university has more than 9,300 full-time undergraduates and nearly 5,000 graduate students. Although... Wikipedia

  • Motto:  Αἰὲν ἀριστεύειν (Greek)
  • Motto (English):  "Ever to Excel"
  • Type:  Private research university
  • Established:  March 31, 1863
  • Founder:  John McElroy
  • Religious affiliation:  Roman Catholic (Jesuit)
  • Academic affiliations:  AJCU, 568 Group, ACCU, AICUM, NAICU
  • Endowment:  $3.8 billion (2021)
  • President:  William P. Leahy, S.J.
  • Provost:  David Quigley
  • Academic staff:  1,848
  • Administrative staff:  2,690
  • Students:  14,890 (Fall 2020)
  • Undergraduates:  9,445 (Fall 2020)
  • Postgraduates:  5,125 (Fall 2020)
  • Campus:  Small City, (total) Chestnut Hill (main campus), 175 acres, Newton Campus, 40 acres, Brighton Campus, 65 acres
  • Newspaper:  The Heights
  • Colors:  Maroon, Gold
  • Mascot:  Baldwin the Eagle
  • Sporting affiliations:  NCAA Division I FBS – ACC, Hockey East
  • Website:  www.bc.edu
  • Data Source:  DuckDuckGo