CAS Advising (100 Bay State Road, 4th)
Phone: 617-353-2400 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The college’s advising and mentoring services are designed to support you as you plan, build and complete an undergraduate degree that reflects your interests and aspirations.
Educational Resource Center (ERC)
Phone: 617-353-7077 Email: email@example.com
The ERC offers Peer Tutoring, Writing Assistance, Language Link conversation groups, and Workshops. The ERC professional staff is also available to meet with students individually to develop a personalized plan for academic success and/or to assist them in developing specific skills. These services are free and can benefit all students who are interested in improving their academic performance.
Center for Career Development
Phone: 617-353-3590 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The CCD is your one-stop shop for career and professional development resources, available to you from your first year at BU. Available resources include tools for improving your resumes and cover letters, skill-building for interviews and networking, information for applying to grad school, and more. Take charge of your career journey by visiting the CCD website, logging into the career management platform Handshake, or visiting the CCD blog, BU + Beyond.
Dean of Students
Phone: 617-353-4126 Email: email@example.com
The mission of the Dean of Students and the Division of Student Affairs is to enhance the quality, character, and perspectives of our students. Through its many orientation, mentoring, and counseling programs, the Division promotes an environment that encourages intellectual exchange and individual expression. The role of the Dean of Students is to interact with students and student associations to represent student concerns and to provide programs and services that facilitate both personal and academic growth.
University Service Center
Phone: 617-353-1818 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The University Service Center is the place to call when you have questions or problems that don’t seem to be a good fit with any of the more specialized offices at the University.
Student Health Services
Student Health Services is a center designed to help meet your health care needs while at Boston University. Our departments currently include a Primary Care, Sports Medicine, Behavioral Medicine service by appointment or on an emergency basis, and a crisis intervention counselor.
Student Activities Office
Phone: 617-353-3635 Email: email@example.com
The Student Activities Office (SAO) helps students do what they love, whether planning events, finding fresh interests, or creating a new group.
Community Service Center
Phone: 617-353-4710 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Community Service Center (CSC) offers many opportunities to Boston University students and affiliates to make a difference in Greater Boston, including our 13 service programs and numerous one-time events.
International Programs (Study Abroad)
Phone: 617-353-9888 Email: email@example.com
We offer an unmatched variety of academic and internship programs in more than 30 cities on six continents. Every year, students from Boston University and over 150 other colleges and universities nationwide enjoy the opportunity to study language, liberal arts, fine arts, science, business, engineering, or pursue an internship. Our job is to help students realize their dreams to study and intern abroad.
Fitness & Recreation Center
The Department of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance at Boston University offers a multitude of diverse, student-oriented programs. There are over 100 physical education classes, intramural sports, and thirty-two club sports. In addition to offering a wide variety of instructional programs and courses, the Department of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance provides numerous facilities for Open Recreation.
Phone: 617-353-3560 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The envisioned mission of Marsh Chapel is to be a heart for the heart of the city and a service in the service of the city. Marsh Chapel harbors a non-fundamentalist expression of faith.
For Your Safety
Escort Security Service
Walking escorts are available to all students, faculty, staff, and University guests from one on-campus location to another. In addition to escorting students home, they can also inform you about events on campus and other important campus information. The Escort Security Service is also responsible for helping to evaluate some campus safety equipment.
Crisis Intervention Counselor: 617-353-3569