Skip to main content

Secondary navigation:

Departments

division of student affairs

Image of student discussion on a field.

AHANA Student Programs
www.bc.edu/oasp
(617) 552-3358
The Office of AHANA Student Programs develops, implements, and coordinates programs designed to support the academic, social, cultural, and spiritual development of undergraduate AHANA (African-American, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American) students. Services include personal and group counseling, performance monitoring, advising, tutorial assistance, and mentoring.

line

Alcohol and Drug Education Program
www.bc.edu/ade
617-552-9900

The Alcohol and Drug Education Program (ADE) a component of the Office of Health Promotion at Boston College coordinates a comprehensive program to address alcohol and other drug-related problems at Boston College and in the surrounding community. ADE works with the BC community through task forces and coalitions to employ multiple educational strategies on these topics, including promoting alcohol-free social activities, reducing alcohol availability, developing policies on and increasing the consistency of enforcement, reducing the marketing of alcohol, conducting early intervention, and providing treatment.


 

Business Service Center
www.bc.edu/sabsc
617-552-1586
The SABSC processes financial transactions for the Student Programs Office (SPO), Office of the Dean of Students, Office of Residential Life (ORL), Graduate Student Association (GSA), and Registered Student Organizations (RSOs).

line

Career Center
www.bc.edu/careers
617-552-3430
The Career Center offers services to help students begin to build successful careers. Students may obtain guidance in choosing a major or career, gain career-related internship experience, and learn the latest job search techniques. Resources include the Internship Program, AHANA Career Services, the Recruiting Program, and the Alumni Career Network.

line

Counseling Services
www.bc.edu/counseling
617-552-3310
University Counseling Services addresses the mental health needs of the Boston College community by working with students in counseling or psychotherapy and by working with faculty and administrators on problem solving and policy decision making. Services include individual psychological counseling, group counseling, crisis intervention, referral, and consultation regarding concerns about others.

line

Dean of Students
www.bc.edu/dos
617-552-3470
The Office of the Dean of Students is dedicated to facilitating student development and learning in all facets of the undergraduate experience. Utilizing a comprehensive approach to community development that is informed by the Jesuit, Catholic values of Boston College, the office addresses a variety of issues including civility and respect, inclusion, disability, gender and sexuality, diversity, alcohol and substance abuse, and student conduct both on and off campus.

line

Graduate Student Life
www.bc.edu/gsc
617-552-1855
The Office of Graduate Student Life provides outreach to Boston College graduate students through a variety of programs, services, and advocacy efforts. The John Courtney Murray, S.J. Graduate Student Center (located across Beacon Street from McElroy Commons) provides a welcoming space for graduate students and offers many amenities and services.

line

Health Promotion
www.bc.edu/healthpro
617-552-9900
The Office of Health Promotion directs programs and services that foster the health and well-being of Boston College students and the campus community. The Office of Health Promotion provides information on a range of topics related to student health, including: stress management, alcohol and drug use, nutritional health, sexual health, bystander education, prevention of relationship violence, LGBTQ health issues and more.

line

Health Services
www.bc.edu/healthservices
617-552-3225
University Health Services provides confidential medical care and educational programs to safeguard the physical well-being and mental health of students. Professional staff include primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and specialty consultants. The Primary Care Center offers outpatient services by appointment and a 10-bed Inpatient Unit with 24-hour nursing care and evaluations during the academic year.

line

Residential Life
www.bc.edu/reslife
617-552-3060
The Office of Residential Life is responsible for student development in the residence halls. Each residence hall has a staff of resident directors, student resident assistants, resident ministers, and peer ministers who support students in all aspects of community life. Learning communities with programmatically integrated environments include Multicultural Leadership Experience, Healthy Alternatives Lifestyle, Honors, Shaw Leadership, and Romance Languages.

line

Robsham Theater Arts Center
www.bc.edu/robshaminfo
617-552-4800
The Robsham Theater Arts Center consists of a main theater, large lobby, exhibit space, studio theater, green room, design studio, shops, dressing rooms, and administrative offices. The main theater is a traditional, proscenium-style house. The building also houses the Bonn Studio Theater, a "black box" flexible space used for dance, student-directed productions, and theater classes.

line

Student Programs Office
www.bc.edu/spo
617-552-3480
The Student Programs Office provides co-curricular opportunities for students that foster leadership development, self-exploration, social interaction, and student formation. The Student Programs Office works with students in a variety of capacities, however its primary focus targets four key areas: leadership development, student governance, event programming, and student organizations. Student Programs advises over 150 student organizations, the Undergraduate Student Government, the Student Organization Funding Committee, the Emerging Leader Program, Nights on the Heights, Welcome Week, Senior Week, the Get Involved Fair, Student Leadership Awards, O’Connell House student union, and Sub Turri yearbook.

line

Volunteer and Service Learning Center
www.bc.edu/vslc
617-552-1317
The Volunteer and Service Learning Center (VSLC) provides community service opportunities for students, faculty, and staff. The VSLC provides information, procedures, and training for volunteer/service programs and immersion trips, and develops placements that offer students the opportunity to integrate community service into their curricular and cocurricular pursuits.

line

Women's Resource Center
www.bc.edu/offices/wrc
617-552-3489

The Women's Resource Center (WRC) is open to all students, faculty, and staff, and offers a comfortable atmosphere to seek information, find peer support, participate in programming, and meet new friends. The WRC was founded to support and encourage women in the full attainment of their personal, professional, spiritual, and educational goals. The WRC sponspors many programs throughout the year with the goal of meeting a wide range of needs and interests at Boston College.