Boston College is a private Jesuit school that offers students the full collegiate experience with its picturesque campus, nine schools of higher education, and Division 1 athletic teams.
Originally founded in 1863 as a small liberal arts school, it now has a student body of over 9,000 undergraduate students and 5,000 graduate students.
Today, it’s a member of the NCAA’s Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and its teams, the Eagles, are regular participants in college football bowl games and both the NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments.
Boston College was one of the first colleges in North America to feature gothic architecture around campus. Today, it features a great view, whether you’re walking to class or jogging around the Chestnut Hill Reservoir.
As the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States, Harvard University has left its mark in the history books. This Ivy League school is the alma matter of Supreme Court Justices, technological pioneers like Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, and eight U.S. Presidents.
Since it was established in 1636, it has built up the largest academic and private library system in the world. This makes it an unlimited source of knowledge for the school’s nearly 7,000 undergrads and 15,000 graduate students.
While hundreds of Nobel laureates and Rhodes scholars have walked through Harvard Square, Harvard University’s campus is also a vibrant community with exciting nightlife and classic brick architecture in every direction.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
On the banks of the Charles River, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) offers world-renowned academics and a breathtaking view of the downtown area and the Back Bay.
This research university was founded in 1861 and has helped produce some of the most important inventions and companies in the world. Both radar and electronic ink were invented on campus, while alumni have gone on to create such iconic corporations as E*Trade, Intel, Bose, and Hewlett-Packard.
Today, just over 11,000 students walk MIT’s famous campus and pass by the Great Dome every day. The curriculum’s focus on science and technology has seen over 50 former students go on to win the National Medal of Science, while over 30 have taken to exploring new frontiers as astronauts.
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