Nestled in Chestnut Hill, a village just west of downtown Boston, Boston College is a private Jesuit Catholic research university that was founded in 1863. The idyllic campus contains over 120 buildings on a hill overlooking the Chestnut Hill Reservoir, but is also conveniently located near the bustling city, with easy access to Boston’s “T” public transit system with direct routes to the city. Boston College has eight schools and offers undergraduate degrees in four of them: the Robert J. Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, the James A. Woods, S.J. College of Advancing Studies, the Carolyn A. and Peter S. Lynch School of Education, and the Carroll School of Management.
Admissions Hero examines how to tackle the Boston College Supplement Essays