Review the information on this page to learn more about the services available to you at BC.

In addition to the information below, please review this important checklist for incoming law students from the University's Student Services Office.

Our Incoming Student Guide, compiled by the Law Student Association in partnership with the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid, is another comprehensive resource.

Eagle Bucks can be used for purchases everywhere the Eagle-One Card is accepted, including on-campus restaurants, many vending and snack machines, contracted food delivery services, Boston College bookstores, residence hall laundry facilities, and off-campus vendors like City Convenience. To add Eagle Bucks, log on to the Agora Portal. Your credit card (Visa or MasterCard only) will be charged for the amount you wish to add. 

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BC Law School's Financial Aid Office can certify your loan status for the purposes of deferment. If your lender requires an official seal or signature, you must visit Stuart M302 to have your deferment form processed and forwarded to the National Student Clearinghouse. If a seal or signature are not required, you may use the Agora Portal to process your certification.

Visit the voter resources page at the BC libraries website for information about the Boston College Civic Engagement Initiative, our partnership with TurboVote, requesting a mail-in voter registration form, voting instructions, and links to the Massachusetts Division of Elections and the Massachusetts and National League of Women Voters.

It’s never too early to begin thinking about the bar exam. Begin to consider which bar exam(s) you will take upon graduation. In some jurisdictions, a financial advantage will result from registering early in your law school career. Financial penalties may exist for late registration.  Requirements regarding registration, application deadlines and costs vary greatly by state. During your 1L year, we encourage you to research the requirements of the two or three jurisdictions in which you are most likely to seek employment upon graduation. Read our Bar Admission Memo to learn more.