<p>this may seem really shallow or dumb or whatever but when you really think about it, it is a fairly important factor in choosing schools for many people</p>

<p>how attractive/hot are the girls at boston college, is it comparable to a place like vanderbilt, which has a reputation for really hot girls or is it more towards the other end of the spectrum?</p>

<p>I don't know the reputation Vandy gets for having attractive girls, but I'd say BC has its fair share. The only way to find out is to visit the campus.</p>

<p>its not shallow hah..any guy going to college has that question somewher in the back of his mind...and the answer to ur question is sayin that from 1) its reputation and people that go there 2) campus visit 3)boston college group on facebook</p>

<p>LOL, I was wondering the same exact thing but I didn't want to post it</p>

<p>thanks OP</p>

<p>The female population is generally very attractive. Remember though, beauty is in the eyes of the beholder; one man's beauty is another man's beast.</p>

<p>The flip side is that BC guys are really hot, too. My home friends were always impressed by the caliber of the guys. Just to comment on reddune's post...the guys are very masculine/high school football/J. Crew catalog types, not artsy, trendy, skinny jeans types.
The girls are generally naturally pretty and dress well. They (we) are very girl-next-door pretty...long hair, moderate make up, clean cut, etc. If you want the Paris Hilton look...just go down to BU.</p>

<p>A word on attractiveness: BC is not a sweatpants and t-shirt campus. Be prepared to look nice going to class. That does not mean you need a dress and pearls, but coordinated ensembles are the norm.</p>

<p>coll ege ******* gives it high marks for both guys and girls. there's no doubt there are some hot pieces of ass on campus.</p>

<p>o **** lol.. i guess i wont fit in! lol... .i'm not a football person.... i'm trendy, skinny jeans type... lol.... and i actually like to wear t-shirts ><. I dont want to wear dress shirts like i have been for the past 4 yrs.</p>

<p>Plenty of people go to class in jeans and a tee-shirt, myself included. Some of my friends have even worn pajama pants to class, although that is quite unusual. You can be as preppy or casual as you want. Most people here do have an athletic build.</p>

<p>LOL! Not many people dress up to class unless they are CSOMer. I like my hoodies and jeans. I rock my t-shirt as hard as any redneck (minus the deer feces and smell of Miller Light).</p>


<p>why do CSOMers dress up to class?</p>

<p>and how exactly do they dress up?</p>

<p>for guys i mean</p>

<p>They want to be professional. Some of their professor work part-time as consultants for major companies which means the professors have connections to give. In addition, those letters of recommendation are crucial as well. And you don't want your professor to talk about your personal hygiene or style of fashion in them. It helps to appear professional when you come to class, or at least not looks like a bum.</p>

<p>Is there pressure to always dress up for CSOMers? Is going to class in a nice pair of jeans and clean tshirt looked down upon?</p>

<p>Frankly, no. There are those who want to look professional at day one, but some don't. I haven't taken any class in CSOM, but my CSOM friends wear casual wear on most days. Although I haven't seen any CSOMer with any crazy shirt, mostly polo-ish.</p>

<p>When I say dressed up I should qualify that...I am currently a grad student at another university consortium and the kids wear sweats and tee's to class everyday and come to class sloppy. I never saw that at BC, but for girls there is a certain attractiveness/put-together expectation. And to some degree for guys as well.</p>

<p>This may be that as students get older the high school scrubby look is both less flattering and does not wear well with age. You need to remember that juniors and seniors in college are 21-23 years old, they start to dress like adults by the end.</p>

<p>hahaha im so young, im gonna be 20 as a senior.</p>