Registration & Requirements
For both undergraduate and graduate students, advisors listed on Student Link is the primary resource for information about degree requirements. Learn more about academic advising.
Data & Enrollment Management/Registrar
The Data & Enrollment Management Office at BU Wheelock oversees records of current graduate and undergraduate students at BU Wheelock. This office works closely with the Office of the University Registrar to assist students with registration and scheduling, ensure student records are accurate and up to date, and oversees graduation.
Graduation Events & Eligibility
For information about graduation, visit Graduation Events & Eligibility.
Boston University Student Link is an online portal students access via BU login name password. This portal is useful for incoming students and current students such as academics, financial aid, personal information, and more. Find Student Link.
Below is a series of how-to videos on some of the most frequently used functions in Student Link.
Boston University uses Blackboard for its course sites. Ask your instructor if you do not have access to your Blackboard course. Learn more about Blackboard.
Online students will not see their course in Blackboard until two weeks before the first day of class.
Contact IS&T (email@example.com) if you have difficulty logging in or experience other errors.
To assist BU Wheelock in maintaining its high academic standards in teaching, learning, and research, all students are asked to participate in the course evaluation process. Learn more about course evaluations.
Libraries & Technology
Instructional Materials Center
The Instructional Materials Center (IMC) is dedicated to supporting teaching and learning with technology. It is open to students as well as faculty, staff, and alumni. The IMC works to inform and expand education and training by applying technology to personal productivity, instructional support, communication, and research. Housing computer labs, classrooms, and other specialized work areas, the IMC is the main computing facility and media center for BU Wheelock. The IMC makes available a variety of computing, multimedia, audiovisual, and human resources for creating, presenting, and evaluating instructional resources. It is located at 2 Silber Way, 4 1/2 Floor.
BU libraries, including the main Mugar Memorial Library, house more than 2.4 million physical volumes, over 45,000 current unique serials, and 77,000 media titles. They provide research tools and services that include library tutorials, library instruction from research basics to graduate-level classes, reference services in all our major libraries, access to digital resources, specialist consultations, and librarian-created guides with curated resources. Learn more about the BU Libraries
BU Wheelock is home to the Pickering Educational Resources Library, which holds books on educational practices at all levels, books for children and young adults, and pre-K–12 educational kits. It is located at 2 Silber Way.
The Kevin Ryan Library for Ethics & Education serves as a place of inquiry, study, and dialogue among teachers, parents, and scholars. The library houses a reserve collection of scholarship, research, and curricular resources in ethics and character education. It is located at 621 Commonwealth Ave., Room 417.
Learning Support & Tutoring
Educational Resource Center
The Educational Resource Center offers subject-matter tutoring and resources for academic strategies for students looking to improve their study skills, time management skills, and helpful tips for remote learning.