Pre-Health students at Boston College have a number of individuals from whom they can seek advice. The Director and Assistant Directors of the program as well as members of our Pre-Health Committee, which is composed of fauculty members from various academic departments are all available to meet with students on an individual basis.
Group meetings are also held for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, seniors and alumni. During these meetings, students are updated regarding current admissions trends and appropriate advising packets (e.g. Freshman Packet, Sophomore Packet, etc.).
Should a student/alumni/ae have questions about the Pre-health Program at Boston College he/she is more than welcome to stop by our office Stokes Hall S132 or make an appointment by calling 617-552-4663.
Additional Advising Resources @ BC
- Academic Advising Center: supports students in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences as they make decisions about their academic careers, explore the resources available to them, and maximize their experience at Boston College
- AHANA: Support for the academic, cultural, social, and spiritual development of undergraduate AHANA (African-American, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American) students.
- Career Center: Choosing a major, exploring a career, learning about graduate studies, and developing strategies for the job search.
- Connors Family Learning Center: Free tutoring for all students, support services for students with learning disabilities, and instructional support for graduate students and faculty.
- First Year Experience (FYE): Helps students transition into the intellectual, social, and cultural community of Boston College.
- International Programs, Office of: Study-abroad opportunities and more.
- International Students and Scholars, Office of: provides advice, programs, and services to international students (undergraduate, graduate, and exchange), faculty and research scholars from over 90 countries.
- Learning Resources for Student Athletes: Academic and personal support services for student-athletes at Boston College.
- Learning to Learn: seeks to support low-income, underrepresented, first gereration college students, and students with disabilities to excel academically and to provide a nurturing environment where our target population can achieve their full potential.