Resources for the Mind, Body, Spirit
learning opportunities on and off campus
We have compiled a list of scheduled workshops, information on role-specific functions and processes, and credit and non-credit courses, as well as off-campus training opportunities.
Information Technology Services Training for core business and office software applications used at the University for both Windows and Mac users. For current course materials choose the 'resources' link. See also Microsoft E-learning at Boston College.
Instructional Design and eTeaching Services Helps instructors integrate technology into their teaching through individual consultations, workshops and educational programs.
Woods College of Advancing Studies offers free classes in the evening for full-time employees. CAS also offers a Master’s degree in Administrative Studies.
The Graduate School of Arts & Sciences offers the following programs of study: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Master of Arts (MA), and Master of Sciences (MS). The School also admits as Special Students, those not seeking a degree who are interested in taking courses for personal enrichment.
The Carroll School of Management offers an Evening MBA program.
The Lynch School of Education offers Master's and Doctoral programs in university administration and student development.
The School of Theology and Ministry offers Master's and Doctoral degrees, civil and ecclesiastical degrees, New Testament Abstracts, and a wide variety of continuing education offerings.
The Office of Environmental Health & Safety provides health and safety training, information, and compliance assistance.
The BC Police Department conducts seminars and other community service activities to keep employees aware of safety issues.
PeopleSoft Financials For information, assistance, news and training.
Controller’s Office Policies and procedures for those who have budget, procurement, grant and HR duties. See also Independent Contractor Policy, Procedure and Questionnaire.
Procurement Services Policies and information on bidding, travel, purchasing cards, vendor categories and information.
Department of Event Management For event planning and room reservation
Media Technology Services Provides a wide range of technology support and media production services
Internal Audit Educational information and guidance on internal control and business ethics
Eagle Print The copy and print center service on campus for Boston College staff. Visit their Web site for more information and registration procedures.
Center for Ignatian Spirituality Offers faculty and staff retreats, one on one conversations and spiritual direction, workshops, lectures and discussion groups.
Church in the 21st Century Center For spiritual enrichment and faith formation. Includes issues and resources; publications; C21 Webcasts on demand; online courses (free for Boston College employees)
Healthy You: Working Together for Your Wellness Healthy You A series of health management programs designed to help faculty and staff understand, improve, and maintain their health.
Campus Recreation Programs Include aquatics, fitness, group fitness, and personal training. Also from Campus Recreation is monthly wellness information sessions to help you achieve a healthier life. Information will be updated as it becomes available.
As a member of the Boston Consortium for Higher Education, Boston College can offer its employees additional learning opportunities and resources at a reasonable cost. If you are interested visit online or call (339) 225-3820.
Adult learning centers, as well as some colleges and universities, offer short-term non-credit skills courses and certificate programs. Check with your city's school department. The following are in the BC area:
These providers offer a wide range of business, professional, and computer skills: