Boston College

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National College Match Scholarship Package

These numbers reflect estimated student expenses for the 2022-2023 school year. Amounts will change slightly from year to year, but as the cost of college increases, the scholarship packages will correspondingly increase. Your official financial aid award will be included in a letter directly from Boston College.

Annual Cost of Attendance

Tuition

$60,530

Room & Board

$15,602

Books & Supplies

$1,250

Travel

See Below

Personal

$1,800

Health Insurance

See Below 

Required Fees

$1,421

Total

$80,603

How Annual Costs Are Covered

Grants

$75,403

Federal Work-Study

$2,800

Student Summer Work Contribution

$2,400

Parent Contribution

$0

Student Savings

25% of reported assets

Student Loan

$0

Total

$80,603

Policy Regarding Outside Funding
Boston College will use a portion of any outside funding received to reduce the summer work contribution and/or work-study requirement. 

Policy on Health Insurance
Boston College requires all students to have health insurance, either through their parents or another plan. If a student is not covered by a parental plan and utilizes Boston College insurance, the costs may be covered by financial aid through loans and grants.

Policy on Travel Allowance
Boston College adds a travel allowance to the estimate of the total cost of attendance, and in turn increases the student's amount of Boston College grants. Travel allowances outside the U.S. are not provided.

Requirements Associated with Maintaining this Award
All students receiving financial aid from Boston College - including Match Scholarship recipients - must reapply for aid every year. Students are also expected to maintain satisfactory academic progress. 

Other Details

The expected summer work contributions for the academic year are $2,400 for incoming students and $2,500 for returning students.

The required fees above include an orientation fee that is only applied in a student's first year.

Students are expected to contribute 25% of their personal savings toward college expenses. This contribution will decrease the amount of the Boston College grant dollar for dollar.