Learning to Learn Office
Learning to Learn seeks to support low-income, under represented, first generation college students, and students with disabilities to excel academically and to provide a nurturing environment where our target population can achieve their full potential. In the Jesuit spirit, we foster the intellectual and personal formation of students in a holistic manner and guide students as they learn to navigate college life.
We provide students with financial, academic and personal advising; teach students the skill they need to succeed and to graduate from the University; and prepare students for post-graduate work. Critical thinking skills, financial literacy, as well as an array of skills to deal with the rigors and challenges of university life, including academic, social, and economic, are an essential part of our focus. We strive to assist students to see their potential, set manageable goals, learn the necessary skills, and attain their goals at Boston College and then leave the University having reached their fullest potential. For more information, visit Programs & Services.
- Applications of Learning Theory (UNAS1005)
- College Transition Program (CTP)
- Dedicated Intellectuals of the People & Sisters, Let's Talk
- Gateway Scholars
- Graduate Mentor Program
- Graduate School Application Support
- Laptop Loan Program
- Learning to Learn Advisory Board
- McNair Exploratory Program
- McNair Scholars Program