In addition to the advising system offered in the Carroll School, Boston College offers many resources to assist you in your academic pursuits during your undergraduate experience.
Boston College Library System
The libraries here at Boston College are among the most outstanding University libraries in the region. Visit the University Libraries website and learn more about the resources available to students.
Students in the Carroll School have access to university librarian Sonia Ensins who is available to assist students with research for their management courses. Visit the Business and Management resource page for helpful research guides and details on how to get in touch with Sonia.
Also located in O'Neill Library, the Media Center has a non-print collection with facilities for viewing and listening.
The Connors Family Learning Center provides free tutoring to all students in over 60 courses of study. All tutoring is provided on-site in a very comfortable learning center housed in O'Neill Library, right on Boston College's main Chestnut Hill campus.
Writing assistance is also available in the Connors Family Learning Center for students. The Online Writing Lab (OWL) allows students to submit drafts of writing assignments for constructive feedback.
Learning Disabilities Services and Support
The Connors Family Learning Center also offers support services to students with learning disabilities, such as screenings and consultations about accommodations.
The Accessibility at Boston College website gathers resources from across campus such as maps with accessible paths, resources for students who need accommodations, and information on technology accessibility.