The Office of the Dean of Students supports student development throughout the college years. Guided by the belief that learning occurs inside and outside the classroom, we collaborate with faculty, staff, and students to help bridge the gaps between academics and students' social, spiritual, and personal lives.
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The dean's office assists students and families in distress/crisis, connecting them with resources and providing appropriate support services.
For additional information, visit Student Outreach & Support.
The Disability Services Office helps students with medical, phyisical, psychological, and temporary disabilities achieve their educational, career, and personal goals
For additional information, visit Disability Services.
To foster a culture of inclusion, the Office of the Dean of Students supports gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning students and their allies by providing individual support and connecting them with campus support services. The dean's office and other groups also provide ongoing opportunities for the Boston College community to discuss issues related to sexual and gender identity.
For additional information, visit LGBTQ Student Outreach & Support.
The Dinner with the Program is filled for the Fall 2016 semester. Please email Tom Mogan at email@example.com to be placed on the waiting list and/or to be the first to receive the invitation for Spring 2017 dinners.
The House Calls program for first year students will take place on Monday, September 26, 2016. First year students will receive an email with additional information.