The Montserrat program is sustained by the combined efforts of administrators, students, faculty, and departments throughout the Boston College community. Coalition Members are faculty and administrators who are committed to working with Montserrat students in their own programs and departments. 

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Montserrat Coalition Members

This is not an exhaustive list but highlights some offices outside of Montserrat on the Boston College campus that continue to provide our students with invaluable support.

Academic Advising Center

The Academic Advising Center provides academic resources and support for undergraduates in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences.

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Boston College Athletics provides the University's student-athletes with an exceptional experience fostering values, personal growth, and athletics excellence.

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The Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center supports the undergraduate community—with a particular focus on AHANA, multicultural, multiracial, and OTE students—in navigating college life.

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Campus Ministry

Campus Ministry—shaped by the University's Jesuit, Catholic tradition—works to foster lives of faith and justice among the students, faculty, and staff of Boston College.

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Career Center

The Career Center's development model—Explore, Prepare, Act—empowers Boston College students to pursue meaningful lives and careers.

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Connell School of Nursing

Boston College's Connell School of Nursing prepares students to thrive as compassionate nurse leaders in the classroom, in communities, in practice, and through research.

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Connors Family Learning Center

The CFLC offers instructional support for faculty and graduate students, special services to students with learning disabilities, and tutoring and skills workshops to all.

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Counseling Services

University Counseling Services aims to create a safe and supportive environment for all University members to express and process their thoughts, feelings, and reactions.

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First Year Experience

FYE helps incoming freshmen and transfer students transition into the intellectual, social, and cultural community of Boston College.

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Learning to Learn

Learning to Learn supports first generation, low income, and underrepresented students as they navigate the academic and social landscape of college life.

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International Programs

The Office of International Programs prepares students for an increasingly culturally diverse world and promotes the internationalization of the University.

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Residential Life

ResLife works to create safe and inclusive living communities by engaging students in topics related to diversity and inclusion, faith and spirituality, responsible social activities, and academics.

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