Life Skills Offerings
The BU Hub aims to develop personal qualities such as self-reliance, resilience, self-discipline, reflectiveness, and self-awareness in all students. To support students in developing these attributes, the BU Hub makes available a variety of Life Skills offerings that foster these qualities while preparing students for college and post-college life.
Many students will have initial opportunities to begin developing Life Skills as part of their orientation to the University and to their respective schools and colleges. After these introductory experiences, students will choose those Life Skills courses, workshops, and activities that will best support their personal growth during their time at BU. While not required of students, these Life Skills offerings can play a crucial role in orienting you to the University, nurturing your sense of well being, and readying you for the future.
Note: The roster of Life Skills offerings below is updated regularly as new courses, workshops, and activities are developed for the Life Skills area.
Life Skills offerings for entering first-year students are designed to support students in the transition to academic and social life at BU.
Senior-oriented Life Skills offerings are designed to support students in the transition to post-college professional and personal life.
Life Skills offerings related to career development are meant to support you in reflecting on your goals and values and in developing your career and career plan.
Life Skills offerings related to health and wellness are meant to support you in making decisions that contribute to your physical, mental, and emotional health and well-being.
These Life Skills offerings are meant to support you in developing the academic skills and reflective habits of mind you need to thrive at BU.