Academic Resources for Graduate Students at Boston College
Boston College is home to nearly 4700 graduate and professional students, studying in a variety of degree programs and disciplines. A multitude of services exist specifically to assist students in their coursework, research, and teaching. Links to many of these academic resources can be found on this page. You may also wish to browse the following more general and comprehensive listing of BC support services for graduate students.
A listing of graduate schools and departments at BC.
Instructional Design and ETeaching Services
Technology and media support for graduate teaching assistants at BC.
Detailed information regarding BC libraries.
BC research policies and regulations every graduate student should know.
Research Services provides consultation, training, and support on quantitative and qualitative software for teaching and research purposes at Boston College.
The Connors Family Learning Center
A primary academic assistance resource for all BC students.
Virtual Data Center
Consolidated access to data collections, analytical software and consulting services supporting qualitative research at BC across disciplines.