Undergraduate Academic Advisor (Last Name A-K)
Brendan graduated from MassBay Community College in 2012 with an Associates in Liberal Arts, concentrating in Communication. He then transferred to Framingham State University where he graduated with his Bachelors in English in 2016. He then moved on and graduated with his Masters in Education: Higher Education and Student Affairs at Salem State University in 2018. Brendan’s main advising philosophy is centered around Baxter Magolda’s theory of Self-Authorship and believes in a balance between supporting and challenging students to be the most successful they can be to be prepared for life after college.
Brendan’s main function as an Undergraduate Academic Advisor in the Departments of Political Science and History is to advise students on course selection, registration, navigating Boston University’s challenging academics, and fostering community on campus.
Outside of Boston University, Brendan enjoys going to the movies, listening to 80s music and spending time with his friends and family. He is also the President Elect of the Alumni Association at MassBay Community College and spends time organizing fundraising events and planning networking and team-building opportunities.