BU Offices Serving Undergraduates

Boston University offers a variety of services for students.

The Educational Resource Center
Center for Student Services, 100 Bay State Road, 3-7077

This center provides academic assistance to undergraduates as well as graduate students. Helpful resources include a Writing Center, where doctoral-level Writing Fellows help students though all phases of the writing process, Peer Tutoring in many undergraduate courses, and Workshops in topics such as time management, study skills, and test-taking.

Mental Health & Counseling Clinic of Student Health Services
881 Commonwealth Avenue, 3-3569

For problems with depression, anxiety or panic eating disorders, sexual assault, alcohol and drug problems, suicidal thoughts, attention deficit or hyperactivity, dysfunctional family problems, or sexually-related problems.

Student Health Services
881 Commonwealth Avenue, 3-3575

University Service Center
881 Commonwealth Avenue, 8-1818

Provides assistance to students who have issues that extend beyond more than one office, for example between Financial Assistance and the University Registrar.

Disability Services
19 Deerfield Street, 3-3658

Provides documentation and coordinates assistance for students needing learning accommodations. For students with disabilities including limited vision, limited hearing, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, and psychiatric disabilities. Students need to obtain a form from the office before receiving accommodations.

Student Advising Offices by College/School