Office of Academic Services
About the Office of Academic Services
The Office of Academic Services is the center for the advising and support for Babson’s undergraduate students.
The Office of Academic Services empowers students to take responsibility for their educational experience. The office supports students through their decision making processes so they can become pro-active members of the Babson academic community.
The office provides students and faculty with the resources necessary to thrive in an integrated, competency-based curriculum. The Office of Academic Services assists students with academic and personal development through a variety of programs, including:
- Personal and Academic Advising and Support
- Support for the Integrated Curriculum
- Accessibility Resources
- Outreach Programming
- Class-based Programming
The College defines academic expectations within the 2019-2020 Undergraduate Student Handbook (pdf), which is built on the foundation of our core values of respect and integrity.
The Undergraduate Curriculum
We encourage all students to take charge of their academic experience at Babson. Students can do this through course planning with one of our staff members, and through individual planning using any of these documents.
- Curriculum Overview (pdf)
- Sample Course Guide & Course Planning Tool (pdf)
- Curriculum & Course Pre-Requisites (pdf)
- Babson Degree Worksheet - Class of 2021 and Beyond (pdf)
- Babson Degree Worksheet - Class of 2020 and Prior (pdf)
Students are fully supported from the first day they arrive on campus. All Babson College students are assigned to a class dean. Learn about the staff in Academic Services »
Academic Services is home to the Class Deans, a student’s primary academic advisor throughout their tenure at Babson. Students can see who their Class Dean on their profile on the Babson Hub.
- Brian Duggan
- Kristen Fischer
- Stephanie Kuchova
- Dan Kwash
- Heather Miller
- Samantha Stanley
- Michelle Thomas
Hours and Location
Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Hollister Hall, Second Floor