Advising and Support
From class suggestions to life-changing decisions, your team is ready to help.
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 to well beyond graduation, you’re backed with the ultimate resource: Babson’s tight-knit community network.
Undergraduate students have a dedicated class dean, available to help with:
Career and concentration advice
If you would like to meet with your class dean, please contact the Undergraduate Office of Academic Services at 781-239-4075 or email@example.com.
Graduate students are supported by the assistant and associate directors for the Graduate Programs, who serve as the academic advisers for students in those programs. These directors and other members of the Graduate Programs staff can help 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
If you would like to schedule a one-on-one academic advising meeting, please contact the Graduate Programs office at 781-239-4474 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All undergraduate and full-time graduate students have access to free counseling. Talk off the record with the professionals at Human Relations Service. Learn more »