Mckenna gives you some quick facts about Boston College | Campus Tour 2019
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So I'm just going to say some quick back about BC I think that undergrad size of the school is roughly nine thousand undergrads, which is a medium size school. There's definitely always people that you'll run into that, you know, or and you can always still meet new people that you don't so it's never too small where you know everyone. It's never too large where you never see anybody that you know, the student body here is super involved, and they're super career oriented. So everyone is always getting involved in clubs and trying their hardest and studying during the school year to do well in their classes. So it's really nice to be a bull to be a part of a student body that's so driven along the same lines. BC everyone really tries to do their best in their class is, and people are not afraid to ask for help. So if you're ever having any difficulty in any of your classes, definitely don't hesitate to ask any of your friends and your classes or the professors or t A s because everyone really wants to help you and everyone wants you to succeed. So some of the most popular majors here B. C probably biology, nursing and the business school, um, and the nursing and the business school, our schools within itself. The main school in this College of arts and Sciences is probably biology, and especially as a freshman. Pretty much everyone you meet is either going to be bio premed or in season, which is the business school. Definitely don't let that deter you because a lot of people end up switching their majors, and all the majors are equally as strong here. B. C one of the major defining factors about BC is definitely the campus. I have never seen such a beautiful campus as the one that Boston College has, and also the community here is just so amazing. Everyone makes you feel like you're you're at home, and it's just so amazing to be able to walk well us and just appreciate the architecture and the different buildings because they're so beautiful. Even if you're stressed, you could just look up a gas and and just, like, appreciate that you're here um, in such a beautiful area. Which means that a lot of the social culture here BC revolves around clubs, so there are tons of different clubs. There are, like arts clubs where you can sing, dance, involve yourself in theatre. They're dumped a bunch of different clubs sports, um, but there is no Greek life. So I would definitely say that if you're coming here to get it as involved as you can, because that's definitely a major part of the social life here B. C..