Assistantships, Internships, Careers, and Financial Support for Boston College Graduate Students
Many offices on campus offer graduate assistantships or fellowships to BC students. While information on assistantships offered by academic departments can be located within the specific disciplines, many administrative providers "post" information on the positions they have available here.
The following links contain a number of resources for BC graduate students seeking financial and vocational support.
Check out BC's Career Center Resources for Graduate Students.
The Office of Student Services processes and awards BC need-based financial aid in the form of federal loans and work-study for students.
Each year, the Graduate Student Association funds two different programs which provide money for graduate and professional student activities. Find out about their funding process here.
The goal of the $uccessful Start program is to ensure that Boston College's students are financially literate for their lifetime by offering a series of workshops and seminars, led by Boston College employees and expert guest speakers, related to all aspects of personal financial management.