Boston College promotes a holistic undergraduate education that fosters academic success, cultivates intellectual inquiry, and nurtures students in fully realizing a liberal education in the Jesuit Catholic tradition. Working in collaboration with faculty and departments across the university, all of our student academic success offices help students realize their personal, academic, and professional goals.
In your first year, you'll be paired with a pre-major advisor based on your interests. Your advisor will help you think strategically about your long-term academic plans and encourage you to explore the many options at Boston College—from study abroad to research grants, internships, and more.
Once you declare a major in your sophomore year, you'll receive a major advisor. This advisor will serve as your primary resource throughout your time at Boston College, helping you meet graduation requirements and guiding you through selecting classes in your major and in our Core Curriculum.
Navigate, Boston College’s new Student Success Platform will launch in Fall 2020 across campus with services that include early alert and progress reporting, academic reporting for student-athletes, and scheduling appointments and tutoring for select offices.
For students, the Navigate platform is used for making appointments with advisors and communicating with student success staff for other support services.
To make an advising appointment with any of these Centers or Schools, visit:bc.edu/navigate
We build relationships between faculty and students of the Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences to provide early and consistent guidance to maximize your experience at Boston College.
The questions and concerns you have as a freshman are very different than the ones you'll have during senior year.
Advising at the Carroll School is done through a team model that changes each year as your needs change.
We guide you through your full educational experience at the School of Social Work. Our team will help as you enter our program through graduation, and on to launching a career in social work.
Academic advising should be more than just meeting with a faculty member to select classes. At Boston College, we take a different approach to ensure that our students have an opportunity to develop relationships with faculty mentors.