Step inside Gasson Hall, cheer on the Eagles at Alumni Stadium, or take a stroll down Linden Lane. Our main campus is located in the picturesque Chestnut Hill neighborhood of Newton, just a short drive from downtown Boston and accessible by public transportation. This campus houses the Universityâ€™s oldest buildings, most of its academic and residence halls, athletic facilities, and dining locations. Â Â
Other Boston College campuses include:
Located one mile west of the Chestnut Hill Campus, the Newton Campus is home to the Boston College Law School, athletic fields, and several freshman residence halls.
Located across Commonwealth Avenue from the Chestnut Hill Campus, our Brighton Campus is home to the School of Theology and Ministry, the McMullen Museum of Art, administrative offices (Human Resources, University Advancement, Information Technology Services, and University Communications, to name a few), and several new athletics fields.
The Brookline campus is home to Messina College, which includes several residence halls and other academic and athletic facilities.
The University also includes the Connors Family Retreat and Conference Center in Dover, Mass., the Weston Observatory in Weston, Mass., and several other properties in the area.
Take Interstate 95 (Route 128) to Exit 24. Proceed east on Route 30, also known as Commonwealth Avenue, and follow for about five miles to Boston College.
Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (Route 90) to Exit 17. At the first set of lights after the exit ramp, take a right onto Centre Street. Follow Centre Street to the fourth set of lights, and turn left onto Commonwealth Avenue. Follow Commonwealth Avenue 1.5 miles to Boston College.
Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (Route 90) to Exit 17. Take a left over the bridge after passing the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Take the first right onto Centre Street. Follow Centre Street to the fourth set of lights, and turn left onto Commonwealth Avenue. Follow Commonwealth Avenue 1.5 miles to Boston College.
Despite our name, Boston College is located in the Chestnut Hill neighborhood of Newton, Massachusetts. Our campus is approximately six miles west of downtown Boston. Therefore, it is important that you put the correct town and/or zip code when you are entering our address into GPS navigation or Google Maps.
Once you have parked, please remember to take your parking ticket with you so that a member of our staff can validate your parking ticket.
Undergraduate Admission visitors should park in either the Commonwealth Avenue Garage or the Beacon Street Garage, above level three, unless otherwise instructed by a gate attendant.
Use . The Beacon Street Garage is connected to Alumni Stadium, the Universityâ€™s football stadium.Â
Once parked, exit the parking garage towards campus. Take a left on Campanella Way towards Middle Campus (Alumni Stadium will be on your left). Climb the Higgins Stairs and the Office of Undergraduate Admission will be at the top in Devlin Hall. It is approximately a 5-8 minute walk once outside the parking garage. Â
Use . Use the intersection of St. Thomas More Road and Commonwealth Avenue. From St. Thomas More Road, take a right onto Campanella Way to the Commonwealth Avenue Garage.Â
Once parked, take the elevator to the 7th floor of the parking garage. Take a left off the top of floor of the garage onto Middle Campus. The Office of Undergraduate Admission will be located across Oâ€™Neill Plaza in Devlin Hall. It is approximately a two minute walk from the top floor of the parking garage.Â