TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Spring Billing and Payment
- Spring Semester Registration
- Final Exams and Course Evaluations
- Student Loan Exit Interviews (December Graduates)
- December Graduates
- Financial Aid
- Graduate Student Getting Started
- MBTA Passes
Spring Billing and Payment
- Payment for 2014 Spring semester bills for Undergraduate and Law students are due on Tuesday, December 10.
- 2014 Spring semester bills will be sent to Graduate (non-Law) and WCAS students on Friday, December 13. Payment for the 2014 Spring semester bill is due on Friday, January 10.
- Review and pay student account on My Bill (You may also grant access to a parent or other third party by selecting the "Authorize Payers" link within My Bill.)
- Online Billing and Payment Information
- Tuition and Fees
- International Wire Payments: Boston College has partnered with peerTransfer™ to offer an innovative and streamlined way to make international tuition payments.
- QuikPAY® Payment Plan
Spring Semester Registration
- Undergraduate students in the Class of 2017 register on Monday, December 2 and Tuesday, December 3 beggining at 8:00 a.m.
- Registration for undergraduate day students who would like to enroll in a Woods College evening course will begin on December 2, 2013 and run through the drop/add period in January 2014. Students must go to the Advancing Studies office in McGuinn 100 to register. Registration is on a seats available basis. Day students may register for one elective only. If a course is needed for Core/Major you will be given a Degree Audit Course Substitution Form that must be approved and returned to McGuinn. Woods College staff will register you for the class. Freshmen are not allowed to take Woods College courses.
- The Schedule of Courses is available in the lower level of Lyons Hall and on the Student Services website.
- Register for courses using UIS.
- Register for courses using UDial.
- Undergraduate Students: Visit the Undergraduate Student Course Registration FAQs web page for information about selecting courses, closed, restricted, and WCAS (evening) courses, pass/fail and overloading, withdrawing, and registration troubleshooting.
- Graduate Students: Visit the Graduate Student Course Registration FAQs web page for information about graduate student registration, selecting courses, closed, restricted, and WCAS (evening) courses, and registration troubleshooting.
Final Exams and Course Evaluations
- Study Days: December 12 and December 13. No classes for undergraduate day students only.
- Final Exams: December 14 to December 21. Please check your final exam schedule on the Agora Portal as the end of the semester approaches to confirm the time and room assignments for your exams. Visit the final exam web page for more information.
- Course Evaluation Surveys (non-Law): Complete your online course evaluations from December 9 to December 22 at 11:00 p.m. Students who complete all of their evaluations will have access to their grades (if available) beginning December 14. Visit the course evaluation web page for more information.
- Grading: Semester grades, if available, will be posted beginning December 14 for students who complete all of their course evaluations. Posted grades will be available to all students on December 23.
Student Loan Exit Interviews (December Gradutes)
- Loan Exits are loaded and need to be completed to receive a diploma and transcript. For more information, visit the Loan Exit Interview web page.
- December degree conferral date is December 30. Diplomas will be mailed to the home address on file by the end of January 2014.
- Transcripts and diplomas will not be issued for any student with an outstanding financial obligation to the University. The same policy applies to any student who does not complete the required loan exit interview.
- Remember you must complete a Master Promissory Note (MPN) and Entrance Counseling before your federal student loans can be disbursed. You may complete the MPN and Entrance Counseling for Federal Direct Loans at StudentLoans.gov. You may complete the MPN and Entrance Counseling for Federal Perkins and Nursing loans at www.ecsi.net.
Graduate Student Getting Started
- All incoming graduate students for the spring semester should visit the Graduate Student Getting Started web page. From this web page you will be able to complete some administrative responsibilities before you arrive on campus, such as obtaining an Eagle I.D. card, ordering a parking permit, and waiving the mandatory medical insurance (if applicable).