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College Counseling

Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center

Pursuing a post-secondary education requires important decision-making which has lifelong implications. Such decisions include selecting courses that fulfill university core requirements, are compatible with one's needs and interests, and are consistent with the requirements of a major course of study. In an effort to reduce the anxiety involved in making these decisions, the office's professional staff encourages regularly scheduled meetings with students to discuss course selection, identify personal strengths and areas that need improvement, set goals, and examine the progress being made toward fulfilling graduation requirements.

As part of our efforts to help you succeed, we offer academic performance monitoring working with faculty members to ensure your academic success. To find out more about this service and others, contact your College Counselor today.

Learning Outcomes

As a result of participating in the first BAIC College Counseling visit, students will be able to

  • Establish a relationship with one of the BAIC Counselors
  • Identify and understand the resources available through BAIC
  • Identify and understand the relevant university resources.
  • Identify and understand the university’s academic requirements
  • Reflect on how their academic and personal choices will impact their professional options

If you are a NEW student to the Thea Bowman  AHANA and Intercultural Center please see the table below to find out who your College Counselor is

Student Last Name

College Counselor

Last Name starts with A - G

 and

ALL Nursing Students

Ms. Joana Maynard
joana.maynard.1@bc.edu

 Last Name starts with H - M

Ms. Yvonne McBarnett
yvonne.mcbarnett.1@bc.edu

 Last Name starts with N - P 

Mr. Andy Petigny
petigny@bc.edu

Last Name starts with Q - Z

Mr. Josh Manlove

joshua.manlove@bc.edu

 

 

 

If you are a RETURNING student to the Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center you can make an appointment with the College Counselor you met before.     

Making an appointment

  • To make an appointment with a counselor please call the office at 617-552-3358 or Maloney Hall, Suite 455.