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    Paul G. Delaney '66, Chair of the BC Veterans' Alumni Network, thanks Gen. John J. Sheehan '62, USMC (Ret.) for his keynote address
    at the Second Annual Veterans' Reunion Reception on June, 2, 2012.

    The Boston College Veterans Alumni Network (BCVAN) was established in 2011 to honor the University’s servicemen and women and to strengthen the bonds among alumni, veterans, and the greater BC community.

    BCVAN is dedicated to:
    • Promoting, highlighting, and sponsoring University news and events for veterans and their families and friends, including the annual Veterans Remembrance Mass and Ceremony and the annual Reunion Weekend Veterans’ Reception
    • Serving as a resource to all Boston College ROTC programs, including BC students who are currently participating and alumni who previously enrolled in the USMC PLC, NROTC, and AFROTC programs at Boston University
    • Providing mentoring and networking opportunities to current students and alumni who are transitioning from military to civilian life
    • Supporting members of the BC community who are currently deployed or serving on active duty, especially those stationed overseas

    All Boston College servicemen and women are automatically enrolled as members of BCVAN and will receive University communications concerning the latest news and upcoming events for veterans, their families, and friends.

    Do you have information about BC alumni who are currently serving or have served in the armed forces? If you would like to ensure that BC recognizes your veteran status or that of a fellow classmate or friend, email BCVETS@bc.edu and include your name, class year, branch of service, and email address.

    Featured BCVAN Events


    The Veterans Transition Experience: Lessons Learned
    The Veterans Transition Experience: Lessons Learned
    October 29, 2015 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

    Please join us for a panel discussion and networking event. Learn about the transition experience of four military veterans and hear lessons you can apply to your personal transition experience.

    Michael Crane, Assistant Vice President, Senior Business Analyst, Wellington Management Company
    Christopher Demo, CGSOM'16, Intern, EMC Corp
    Penny M. O'Kelley, Managing Director, State Street Global Markets
    David L. Romero, Senior Associate, KPMG.KPMG LLP Experienced Hire Recruiting

    Veterans Support Groups:
    The Home Base Program, Massachusetts General Hospital
    Four Block, Veterans Internship Program

     RSVP here.

    BCVAN News

    Boston College Veterans Memorial

    The Boston College Veterans Memorial honors alumni who died in service to their country.  The BC Veterans Memorial Website contains a database of alumni veterans who died in conflict as well as other information about the Memorial and resources for veterans and their families.  View the BC Veterans Memorial Website.  

    » Read more

    Honor Flight

    The Honor Flight Network is a non-profit organization created "solely to honor American's veterans for all their sacrifices."  The organization transports our heroes to Washington, D.C. to visit and reflect at the memorials.  Top priority is given to senior veterans- WWII survivors, along with other veterans who may be terminally ill.  Learn more about this organization. » Read more

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    Light the World Campaign