First and foremost, on behalf of colleagues and staff, I would like to welcome you to the undergraduate program at the Lynch School of Education and Human Development at Boston College! You are joining an elite community of intelligent, committed, and caring professionals whose mission is to prepare you to enhance the life chances of all children and adults through academics, research, and service.
At the Lynch School of Education and Human Development we strive to help each student meet his or her full potential while advancing the school’s mission of enhancing the human condition, expanding the human imagination, and making the world more just through education and applied psychology.
For more information about resources for graduate students, please contact the Office of Graduate Admission, Financial Aid, and Student Services at 617-552-4214 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Graduate Admission, Financial Aid, and Student Services is located in Campion 135. We serve as the support center for the educational, social, cultural, and community life of Lynch School of Education and Human Development graduate students.
Our staff provides a seamless experience from admissions through graduation and assists students in every aspect of their graduate school experience while studying at Boston College.
We provide services for students including:
The Graduate Office is also home to Graduate Education Association (GEA) and works with the GEA Council to offer a variety of supportive services and activities to enhance graduate life for students in the Lynch School.
It is our hope that we can help you access and understand pertinent academic and administrative information, policies and procedures, and are here as the first and last stop for all graduate students during their studies at the Lynch School.