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Academic Achievement Center
781-239-2632

  • Provides individual and group assistance with learning specialists and peer tutors in a wide range of subjects including math, biology, chemistry, computers, and English
  • Supports all aspects of placement testing
  • Helps set academic goals to facilitate student success
  • Administers make-up exams
  • Offers conversation groups for English Learners
Academic Advising
781-239-2775

  • Guides course selection, academic planning, and the selection of a major
  • Grants transfer credit and facilitates taking courses at other institutions
  • Offers Transfer Fairs and Workshops
  • Refers students to on-campus resources
Admissions Office
781-239-2500

  • Administers applications to the College
  • Recruits new students
  • Hosts information sessions and open houses
Athletics and the Recreation & Wellness Center
781-239-2664
  • Offers a variety of fitness classes, weight room, and open gym
  • Provides the opportunity to participate in competitive team sports
Bookstore
781-239-2650

  • Offers MassBay apparel, school supplies, and snacks.
  • Sells a variety of textbook formats
  • Purchases selected textbooks through a buy-back program at the end of each semester
Career Services & Veteran Affairs
781-239-3142
  • Helps explore careers, set goals and choose an academic major
  • Teaches resume & cover letter writing
  • Develops job search strategies
  • Connects students with potential employers
  • Identifies internships
  • Helps maximize unemployment benefits
  • Processes and explains GI Bill Education Benefits
Counseling Services
781-239-3142

  • Provides short-term personal/mental health counseling
  • Coordinates a student support network in mental health awareness, suicide prevention, and skills training
Disability Resources
781-239-2234 or 781-239-2626

  • Assists students in obtaining necessary accommodations
  • Provides disability specialists, peer tutors, mentors, and classroom note takers
  • Offers sign language interpreters and adaptive computer equipment
  • Provides reading, writing, math, and science lab support
  • Arranges advocacy and study groups
  • Provides alternative learning and testing conditions
  • Assists with accessible parking, elevators and building access
Facilities Administration
781-239-2571

  • Assigns lockers
  • Oversees campus shuttle service
Financial Aid
781-239-2600

  • Reviews and awards financial aid
  • Monitors awards for satisfactory academic progress
  • Awards and processes federal work-study program
International Education & Study Abroad Programs
781-239-2642

  • Provides international education advising
  • Offers a wide range of travel/study abroad opportunities to China, Taiwan, Costa Rica, Haiti, Colombia, and more
  • Coordinates on-campus cultural programming
Library Services
781-239-2610

  • Offers reference services and library instruction
  • Houses books and journals to support research
  • Maintains access to electronic resources including online databases and e-books
  • Obtains articles and books from other libraries
  • Provides Wi-Fi equipped study space 
ONE Card (Student and Employee IDs)
781-239-2518

  • Administers the campus identification program
Public Safety
Non-emergency | 781-239-2699
Emergency | 781-239-2222

  • Responds to campus emergencies
  • Provides campus escorts
  • Coordinates parking permits
  • Oversees Lost & Found
  • Administers the campus wide Emergency Notification System
Registrar’s Office
781-239-2550

  • Coordinates class registration
  • Processes course add/drop and withdrawals
  • Provides official transcripts
  • Facilitates information system changes such as name, address, program and major
  • Provides assistance with graduation including degree application and confirmation, diploma processing, mailing, and replacement
Student Accounts Office
781-239-2540

  • Collects charges, applies financial aid awards and issues refunds
  • Coordinates payment plan information
  • Helps students obtain textbooks prior to receipt of financial aid
  • Provides 1098T tax forms
  • Maintains and processes online waivers for health insurance, MassPirg, and the Textbook Endowment Fund
Student Activities & Orientation
781-239-3053

  • Oversees student organizations and orientation
  • Advises the Student Government Association
  • Coordinates campus-wide events
  • Develops monthly activities calendar
  • Offers discounted sporting, cultural and event tickets
Student Development
781-239-3142

  • Administers the Code of Conduct and the College Appeals Board
  • Coordinates the childcare reimbursement program
  • Maintains immunization records
  • Process medical leave and withdrawal
  • Coordinates Summer Scholars and Transitional Scholars programs
  • Offers gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender support services