学术指导中心 (AAC) introduces Boston College students to the Jesuit formula of Ignatian discernment. It's our mission to direct students’ scholarly pursuits to lead meaningful and purposeful lives. 根植于天主教知识分子传统, AAC是引导和发展大脑的重要资源, spiritual, 以及永利娱官网入口社会的民事责任.
欣赏并尊重永利娱官网入口的多样性, we equip students to be academically prepared while attentive to the universal call of responsible care for creation and solidarity with those on the margins. 专注于耶稣会理想中的完美论, we work to enhance the University’s care and cultivation of the whole person: encouraging the development of articulate, critical, 和社会意识的人.
The AAC (along with over 150 faculty advisors) coordinates several critical programs and initiatives for the Dean of the College. From summer orientation to commencement, we guide the academic pursuits of our students. The Pre-Health程序 is a crucial part of the AAC as well as the Class Deans of 莫大学. We are the academic matchmakers facilitating our students’ scholarly way of proceeding.
EagleApps将取代ui. 学生只会使用EagleApps注册2021年秋季课程. 的更多信息, including answers to frequently asked questions about how to register for courses, 请访问学生服务办公室的课程注册网站:www.iniciocorreo.com/registration.
If you are registering for courses outside of the BC network (off-campus), 您将需要同时使用这两种方法 Eagle VPN and 公元前两步认证方式.
If you plan to take summer courses for enrichment or to make up for a past failure, withdrawal, or underload, 请重新审核永利娱官网入口的暑期课程政策. If you plan to take summer courses at an accredited four-year college or university outside of Boston College, 您必须提交一份课程预批准表格以申请批准.
Students who take summer courses offered by the 莫大学 do not need to complete a 课程预先批准的形式 or need departmental approval as long as they meet any prerequisite requirements for the course.
*注:仅适用于2021年夏季, online courses taken outside of Boston College will be accepted with Dean's approval.
Students with qualifying scores on AP, IB, or other accepted exams will be granted advanced placement. In most cases, you will not earn actual credit—rather, these exams will fulfill corresponding requirements in the University Core Curriculum or your major or minor. Consult the list of accepted exams and scores.
Beginning with the Class of 2024, students who earned a total of 30 Advanced Placement units may be eligible for Advanced Standing and have the option to complete their undergraduate studies in three years. Students interested in this option should make an appointment with their Associate Dean after completing their first semester; no decisions on Advanced Standing will be made prior to that time. A decision to activate Advanced Standing should be made no later than the spring of Sophomore year.
Students seeking Advanced Standing should be prepared to show their Associate Dean a detailed plan to complete all degree requirements by the proposed graduation date. Approval for Advanced Standing by their Associate Dean must be granted before the start of their third year of undergraduate study.
All first-year students are assigned a pre-major advisor and will remain with their pre-major advisor throughout their freshman year regardless of major declaration. Students enrolled in Courage to Know and Freshman Topic Seminars in the fall semester will have their course instructor as their pre-major advisor.
There are some Perspectives and First-Year Writing Seminar courses that are designated as advising sections. 学生只能选择一个建议部分. Students who are not enrolled in an advising section will be assigned a pre-major advisor by the Academic Advising Center.
All sophomores, 在宣布专业后, 会从他们的专业部门指派一名指导教师吗. 指导教师是根据你的主要专业分配的. Students who have a second major or minor should visit the department or contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies for advising. Students who have interdisciplinary minors should contact the director of their minor.
Log into the Agora Portal. Under Accounts and Personal Info, click on Academic Advisor to find the name of your current advisor. Freshmen and undeclared sophomores with questions should contact the Academic Advising Center. 所有其他学生都应该联系他们所在的系.
After being in residence for at least three semesters and no later than the end of the drop/add period in the seventh semester, full-time undergraduate students may apply to their Associate Dean to accelerate their degree program by one semester. The following conditions apply:
Summer courses intended for acceleration must be taken at Boston College.
Any credits over 15 in a semester used for acceleration are charged the per credit rate for the semester they are taken. 经济援助将不包括这些额外的费用.
Students transferring into Boston College with first-semester sophomore status or above are not eligible to accelerate their program of study.
Students who have elected to take Advanced Standing are not eligible to accelerate their graduation further.
You may add classes from the time you register until the published add/drop deadline each semester. You may add and drop classes on your own; you don't need approval to add an open, unrestricted course.
If you have received approval from an instructor or department to be added to a restricted or closed course, submit an Approval/Override form.
First-year students are not permitted to overload during their first semester at Boston College. Second-semester freshmen who wish to overload with a sixth course of three or more credits must have completed 15 credits and received a 3.第一学期GPA为0.
You are eligible to overload if you have earned at least a 3.总累积绩点为0或3.0 GPA in the semester immediately prior to the one for which you seek an overload. If you are eligible, you may register online for the sixth course of three or more credits and a maximum of 24 credits, including labs and other one- and two-credit courses. You can add a sixth course only during the add/drop period each semester (from the first day of classes until the published add/drop deadline each semester).
Students with an overall cumulative GPA between 2.0 and 3.0 may, under exceptional circumstances, be allowed by their class dean to enroll in a sixth course. Students should visit the MCAS Associate Deans’ office in Stokes S132 to complete and submit a Course Overload Approval Form for review by their class dean.
First-year students can't enroll in WCAS courses.
For sophomores, juniors, and seniors:
Undergraduate students may not audit a course in any semester of study.
Complete a 课程预先批准的形式. You must choose courses from an accredited college or university. (We do not accept community college courses.)
In order to request that a course be evaluated to count for major or Core credit, you will need to attach a course description or syllabus with your completed form. Once you submit the form online, the relevant department will review your request before the form is sent to your Associate Dean for approval.
Courses taken at outside institutions will be counted for credit only if you are making up a credit deficiency. You can't make up more than 24 credits at outside institutions.
First-year students can email email@example.com to declare a major or minor during their freshman year—with the exception of majors and minors that require an application.
Sophomores, juniors, and seniors should visit individual departments to declare a major or minor.
For majors and minors that require applications, visit individual department websites for more information.
For information about minors in the Carroll School of Management Minors, visit the CSOM website. For information about minors in the Lynch School of Education and Human Development, visit the LSEHD website.
Students can drop a course from the time they register until the published extended drop deadline each semester. After the extended drop period, undergraduates may withdraw from a course by the published deadline each semester. See the 校历 for extended drop and course withdrawal deadlines.
Students should complete a Course Withdrawal Form to be reviewed and approved by their Associate Dean. Students will not be permitted to drop or withdraw from courses after the published deadline. Students who are still registered at this point will receive a final grade for the semester.
Prior to withdrawing from a course, students are advised to consult with their Financial Aid advisor to discuss how a withdrawal might impact their financial aid package.
A course drop permanently removes a registered course from your student record. A course withdrawal eliminates the option to receive credit or final grade for a registered course. The grading mode is listed as “W,” indicating that you were registered for the course and withdrew after the add/drop deadline.
You must acquire a Dean’s note, 这是一封请求老师原谅你缺席的信吗, from our office. 你必须能够核实导致这个借口的情况.
Generally accepted reasons for excused absence include:
The Dean’s office will not intervene to excuse absences for the following reasons:
Boston College has course offerings for Arabic, Bulgarian, Chinese, French, German, Greek (Classical or Modern), Hebrew, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Persian (Farsi), Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.
You can satisfy the language requirement in three ways.
Course work: Successful completion of the second semester of an intermediate-level modern or classical language course or the successful completion of one modern or classical language course beyond the intermediate level
Testing: The achievement of a qualifying score on one of a number of exams, including Advanced Placement, SAT II Subject Tests, and International Baccalaureate exams. Consult the full list of qualifying exams and scores.
Native Proficiency: Students seeking to satisfy the language requirement by documentation of native proficiency should do so before the end of their first year of study. Postponement can result in a delayed graduation. Documentation of native proficiency ordinarily assumes evidence of post-elementary school education in the native language. Contact your academic dean’s office for more information.
Placement tests are conducted, in the appropriate foreign language departments, for a number of foreign languages, including, Arabic, Bulgarian, Mandarin Chinese, French, Greek (Classical or Modern), Irish, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Persian (Farsi), Russian, Spanish, and Turkish. For specific information consult the Academic Planning Workbook or contact the appropriate departments of foreign languages.
Students on leaves of absence may not take courses to advance their status at Boston College without obtaining prior approval from the appropriate academic dean’s office. Students may not participate in extracurricular activities while on a leave of absence. If you take a leave of absence, you will have your graduation term adjusted to reflect your new anticipated graduation date.
You must submit a readmission form no less than four weeks prior to the start of the semester in which you wish to return. Personal leaves of absence will be extended for no more than one year, although you may petition for renewal.
If you take a medical leave of absence, you will be provided with specific conditions for readmission. You must submit a readmission form no less than four weeks prior to the start of the semester in which you wish to return. University Health Services will review relevant documentation before making a recommendation for readmission to the Associate Dean. You will be provided with all required forms at the time your leave is granted.
An overload is defined as enrolling in a sixth course of three or more credits in any given semester. Students can only add a sixth course only during the add/drop period each semester (from the first day of classes until the published add/drop deadline).
Freshmen are not permitted to overload during their first semester at Boston College. Second-semester freshmen who wish to overload with a sixth course of three or more credits must have completed 15 credits and received a 3.第一学期GPA为0. 他们可以在及格/不及格的基础上学习第六门课程, 在这种情况下，该课程可能不能用于完成专业, minor, 核心需求, or corequisites.
Students are eligible to overload if they have earned at least a 3.总累积绩点为0或3.0 GPA in the semester immediately prior to the one for which they seek an overload. 如果他们符合条件, they may register online for the sixth course of three or more credits and a maximum of 24 credits, 包括实验室和其他一、两个学分的课程.
Students with an overall cumulative GPA between 2.0 and 3.0 may, under exceptional circumstances, be allowed by their class dean to enroll in a sixth course. Students should visit the MCAS Associate Deans’ Office in Stokes S132 to complete and submit a Course Overload Approval Form for review by their Associate Dean.
The Pre-Health程序 is part of the 莫大学’s Academic Advising Center located in Stokes South, Room 132. Stop by, email us, or call to schedule an appointment with an advisor.