Advising and Support
ADVISING AND SUPPORT
At Babson, you can count on our experienced, dedicated staff to provide you with everything from class suggestions to counseling services.
The amount of support and mentoring you’ll receive as a student is one of the true hallmarks of the Babson experience. Starting with your first day on campus and continuing well beyond graduation, you’re backed by the ultimate resource: Babson’s tight-knit community network.
Undergraduate students have a dedicated class dean to help you with:
- Curriculum questions
- College-life adjustment
- Career and concentration advice
- Personal development
Whether you’re in the MBA, MSA, or MSEL program, you’ll receive guidance and support from the assistant and associate directors for the graduate programs. These directors and other members of the graduate programs staff, serving as your academic advisors, can help you with:
- Program requirements and core curriculum
- Making connections with partner offices and campus resources
- Facilitating changes to your academic status
- All academic advising, including information on concentrations and alternative elective formats
College can be a stressful time in your life. With that in mind, we offer all undergraduate and full-time graduate students access to a variety of free counseling services that allow you to talk confidentially with the clinical psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, and clinical nurse practitioners at Human Relations Service.