Campus Ministry attends to the sacramental and pastoral needs of the BC community through campus-wide Masses, retreats, service programs, and more.
The Center for Ignatian Spirituality serves as a resource to explore and enhance the ethical and religious environment of the University.
The work of student formation includes mentorship programs, retreats, leadership, and service opportunities that encourage students to reflect on their lives and deepest desires.
The Office of First Year Experience helps our newest undergraduates transition into the intellectual, social, and cultural community of BC.
The Intersections Office promotes conversation among faculty and staff about the Jesuit and Catholic mission of the University.
The hope of the office is to offer pastoral care for those who do pastoral care for the people of God.
The Montserrat Office connects students at the highest level of financial need with mentoring and religious, intellectual, and social resources.
Pastoral Support offers spiritual guidance and direction to BC staff and alumni, including seminars, Masses, and bereavement counseling.
Students advance their learning and personal formation by engaging in conscientious service in the context of contemporary Jesuit education.
The Mission and Ministry Service Center offers human resources support as well as budget management, web services, event planning, grant administration, and more.
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