Take advantage of the numerous student resources on campus to further enhance your academic and personal experience at Babson.
Horn Library is a hub of campus activity that offers you access to hundreds of research databases and thousands of print and e-books, as well as group study rooms and the state-of-the-art facilities at the Stephen D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance.
One of the most valuable academic resources for students, the MRC is staffed by highly qualified students and faculty who assist students who feel challenged by their math material. The center offers frequently used walk-in hours that you may take advantage of for homework or exam preparation.
The Babson College Speech Center provides communication skills training for the Babson community, helping undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty and staff develop effective communication skills. The Speech Center's professional speech consultants work one-on-one for 45 minute sessions and work with teams for 90 minute sessions, to help with harnessing nervous energy, developing confidence, and becoming skilled persuasive speakers. The Speech Center can work with class presentations (FME, BCAP, MCFE), CLTP, TedTalks, and business pitches. Schedule an appointment to get started. The Speech Center is located in the Horn Computer Center, 168. For questions or more information, contact, Sharon Sinnott in Horn 171.
Staffed by experienced faculty and highly trained peer consultants, the Writing Center assists you in becoming a better, more confident writer, helping you find ways to improve everything from business plans and essays to graduate school applications and your résumé.
Working within the Glavin Office of International Education, the International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) team is the central resource for international students. We offer a variety of advising and support services to enhance your Babson experience, and we’re eager to answer your questions about enrollment requirements, travel and visa issues, employment authorization, cultural adjustments, and more.