The Academic Services team partners with you to build a balanced schedule, access accommodations for documented disabilities, pursue special research opportunities and connect with peers for group study and advising. We are also available to brainstorm and provide feedback on your academic plans.
Academic Services is open Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. We are requiring masks and a passport check to access our lobby. Please read below to learn more about how to book an appointment. Reference our Upcoming Events page. We are here to support and connect with you!
Schedule an Appointment
- Call 781-736-3470 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- 30 Minute Appointments: Online (Academic Advising and Pre-Health Advising only). Advisor will initiate phone or Zoom call. Advisors schedules for these appointments will open up after September 13th.
20 Minute Appointments: Daily 20 minute appointments will be available for the Fall 2021 semester beginning on Thursday, August 26th. At this time all 20-minute appointments will take place via phone or Zoom. Students can select available appointments through the Academic Advising Drop-in Calendar. In the pop-up box, please fill in the following fields:
What [write your name]
Where [Zoom meeting (preferred) or phone call (list the best number to reach you)]
Description [what would you like to talk about?]
- Roosevelt Fellows: The Roosevelt Fellows are here for support as well. Check out their website for office hours, bios, and information on all the ways the 2021-22 Rosie's can help you on your academic journey.
Notes for Students on Appointments
Appointments are on a first come, first served basis.
Students are welcome to meet with any available advisor.
Appointments will be phone or Zoom as indicated by students.
- Please check the time zone settings on your google calendar. All meetings will take place in EST.
Students may book only one (1) drop in slot per day.
If you cannot make your appointment please call the office at 781-736-3470 so that the slot can be used for another student in need of one.