| Welcome to the BC Graduate & Professional Student Community
Register for the BC New Graduate & Professional Student Orientation: August 30, 2012
Register for Orientation here
The New Graduate and Professional Student Checklist:
Attend your department's orientation
Click here for the complete list of all orientations
Join your fellow graduate students as we kick off the year with BC Pride!
The GSA and GSL are teaming up to provide you with free tickets to cheer on the Eagles in their opening football game against the Miami Hurricanes Saturday 9/1/12 at 3:30pm! Please RSVP by 8/30/12 by emailing Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org. The first to respond will secure their tickets, so claim them while they last! Each student can bring up to 2 guests, so please RSVP with your preferred number of tickets. We will meet before the game to distribute tickets and
free t-shirts before heading to the game as a group!
Click here for information on all of the Graduate Welcome Week Activities
Aug. 27: Classes begin for all Law students and first-year, full-time M.B.A. students only|
Aug. 30: New Graduate & Professional Student Orientation
Sept. 3: Labor Day-No classes
Sept. 4: Classes begin
Sept. 12: Last date for graduate students to drop/add online
Sept. 15: Mass at Fenway Park for the Sesquicentennial Year celebration. Register here.
| About the Office of Graduate Student Life
The Office of Graduate Student Life is here to enhance your graduate experience at BC. We offer a variety of programs, services and advocacy efforts, working together with faculty, staff, and student organizations on campus with both co-curricular and academic support such as:
To learn more about GSL please visit our website.
- Whole Person Education Series
- Dissertation Boot Camp
- Graduate Mentor Program
- Grad Gatherings (e.g., community service, museum trips, etc.)
- Collaborative Programming with the Graduate Student Association (GSA) (e.g., Grad Nites Out, Graduate/Professional Student Appreciation Week, Grad Student Ball, Research Symposium)
Visit the Murray Graduate Student Center!
The John Courtney Murray, S.J. Graduate Student Center serves as a center of hospitality and community building for BC grad students. Its primary purpose is to build a sense of community among the entire graduate student population and cultivate a sense of belonging to the University as a whole.
Its amenities include study rooms, a computer lab, DVD lending library, kitchen, deck and patio space, complementary coffee and tea, and more! All members of the BC community are encouraged to reserve space at the center for events of interest to graduate students.
Please visit our website
to learn more about the Murray Graduate Student Center's amenities and space reservation system