The following student checklists have been compiled for the convenience of new and returning students. Students should review the items relevant to their cohort before the start of each semester.

First-year undergraduate students and transfer undergraduate students, in particular, should access the linked resources below before arriving on campus. For additional information about orientation or advising, contact the Office of First Year Experience or the Academic Advising Center, respectively.

The Office of Student Services would like to extend a warm welcome to you and your family!

There are a number of things you need to do now that you have matriculated. Begin by logging intoto complete the services listed below. Note:These services are only available to deposited first-year students unless otherwise noted.

Pre-August Checklist

  1. Upload your photograph for your
  2. Update your addresses, phone numbers, and emergency contacts
  3. Set your Privacy Preferences
  4. View or update your race/ethnicity information
  5. Sign up for a payment plan (if applicable)
  6. Authorize your Third-Party Payer(s) through My Bill
    Note: You will need to log intobc.edu/myservicesand select My Bill for this service
  7. Waive the mandatory Medical Insurance, if applicable.Visitbc.edu/myservices,and select "Medical InsuranceWaiver" under the "Account and Personal Info" section.The waiver will be available by mid-June.
  8. Check the status of your financial aid application
  9. Complete the mandatory Health History and Immunization Forms
  10. Review/Add Optional Eagle One accounts
  11. Review theTitle IV Federal Financial Aid Funds requirementsand submit your
  12. Please be sure to review the Ծٲ䲹ٲDz for important information regarding the University's Policies andProcedures.
  13. Enroll in direct deposit for student account refunds (if applicable). We recommend that all students use direct deposit when requesting refunds. Refunds processed via direct deposit are faster and do not require pickup. Visit theBillingpage for instructions and more information.

If you have questions that cannot wait until Orientation, feel free to call the Office of Student Services at 617-552-3300 or 800-294-0294, or send us an email tostudentservices@bc.edu.

The Office of Student Services would like to extend a warm welcome back!

Note: You will need to log intoto complete these services.Please complete the following items before classes begin.

  1. If your ID is lost or stolen, deactivate it and request a replacement ID
  2. View and update your address, phone number, and emergency contact
  3. Check your class schedule and classroom assignment
  4. Review and pay any balances remaining on your My Bill account
    Note: You will need to log into bc.edu/myservicesand select My Bill for this service
  5. Review theTitle IV Federal Financial Aid Funds requirementsand submit your
  6. Sign up for direct deposit of your student account refund, if you have not done so previously
  7. Waive the mandatory Medical Insurance, if applicable.Visitbc.edu/myservices,and select "Medical InsuranceWaiver" under the "Account and Personal Info" section.The waiver will be available by mid-June.
  8. Check the status of your financial aid application
  9. Verify or update privacy preferences
  10. Verify or authorize your Third-Party Payer through My Bill
    Note:You will need to log intobc.edu/myservicesand select My Bill for this service
  11. Review/add optional Eagle One accounts
  12. Please be sure to review theԾٲ䲹ٲDzfor important information regarding the University'sPolicies andProcedures.
  13. Enroll in direct deposit for student account refunds (if applicable). We recommend that all students use direct deposit when requesting refunds. Refunds processed via direct deposit are faster and do not require pickup. Visit theBillingpage for instructions and more information.

The Office of Student Services would like to extend a warm welcome to you and your family!

There are a number of things you need to do now that you have matriculated. Begin by logging intoto complete the services listed below.Please complete the following items before classes begin.

  1. Set your Privacy Preferences
  2. Upload your photograph for your Eagle One Card. Visitbc.edu/myservicesand select "Eagle One Card Photo Upload"under the 'other services' area of the My Services page.Follow the links to upload your photo.
  3. View and update your address, phone number, and emergency contact
  4. Authorize your Third-Party Payer through My Bill
    Note:You will need to log intobc.edu/myservicesand select My Bill for this service
  5. Waive the mandatory Medical Insurance, if applicable.Visitbc.edu/myservices,and select "Medical InsuranceWaiver" under the "Account and Personal Info" section.The waiver will be available by mid-June.
  6. Check the status of your financial aid application
  7. Complete the mandatory Health History and Immunization Forms
  8. Review/Add Optional Eagle One accounts
  9. Review theTitle IV Federal Financial Aid Funds requirementsand submit your
  10. Bring youroriginal documents for Student Employmentwith you to school in the fall.
  11. Please be sure to review theԾٲ䲹ٲDzfor important information regarding the University'sPolicies andProcedures.
  12. Enroll in direct deposit for student account refunds (if applicable). We recommend that all students use direct deposit when requesting refunds. Refunds processed via direct deposit are faster and do not require pickup. Visit theBillingpage for instructions and more information.

If you have questions, please call the Office of Student Services at 617-552-3300 or 800-294-0294, or send us an email tostudentservices@bc.edu.

Welcome to Boston College!

There are a number of things you need to do now that you have matriculated. Note: You will need to log intoto complete the services listed below (unless otherwise noted).Please complete the following items before classes begin.

  1. Set Your Privacy Preferences
  2. Apply for an Eagle One (ID) Card
    All new students are required to have and will be charged for an ID card.
  3. Order a Parking Permit
    Read theStudent Parking Permit Instructionson the Transportation website. You may order your parking permit by logging intoAgora Portal and selecting "Parking Permits and Citations."
    Fall and academic year parking permits can be ordered starting in early August. Please make sure that you are ordering permits for the year 2023, not 2022.
  4. Purchase anMBTA pass
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  6. Review and pay any balances remaining on your My Bill account
    Note: You will need to log intobc.edu/myservicesand select My Bill for this service
  7. Make anInternational Wire Payment
  8. Enroll in the Boston College Payment Plan
  9. Authorize your Third-Party Payer through My Bill
    Note:You will need to log intobc.edu/myservicesand select My Bill for this service
  10. Review/Add Optional Eagle One accounts
    Visit the Dining website for more information about optional dining accounts
  11. Review theTitle IV Federal Financial Aid Funds requirementsand submit your(DZپDzԲ)
  12. Sign up for direct deposit of your student account refund
  13. Waive mandatorymedical insurance, if applicable. Waivers for the 2023–2024 academic year will be available in mid-June. You do not need to waive insurance for the summer semester. Visitbc.edu/myservicesandselect "Medical InsuranceWaiver" under the "Account and Personal Info" section.
  14. Check the status of your financial aid application
  15. Complete the mandatory Immunization Forms
  16. In compliance with Massachusetts law, all incoming graduate students are required to complete an online module on Title IX sexual misconduct. The instructions and deadline for completion of this modulewill be sent by the University to your ϱ email.
  17. Review information about off-campus housing
  18. Learn more about your ϱ Gmail account
  19. Update your addresses, phone numbers, and emergency contacts
  20. View or update your race/ethnicity information
  21. Note veteran status on the University Information System (optional/if applicable)
    Contact Linda Malenfant atmalenfan@bc.edu
  22. Register for classes
  23. Registerto vote
  24. Please be sure to review theԾٲ䲹ٲDzfor important information regarding the University'sPolicies andProcedures.
  25. Enroll in direct deposit for student account refunds (if applicable). We recommend that all students use direct deposit when requesting refunds. Refunds processed via direct deposit are faster and do not require pickup. Visit theBillingpage for instructions and more information.

Welcome to Boston College Law School!

There are a number of things you need to do now that you have matriculated.Note:You will need to log intoto complete the services listed below (unless otherwise noted). Please complete the following items before classes begin.

  1. Set Your Privacy Preferences
  2. Apply for anEagle One (ID) Card
    All new students are required to have and will be charged for an ID card.
  3. If you will be bringing a car to campus, you will need to order a parking permit.
    Read theStudent Parking Permit Instructionson theTransportationwebsite. You may order your parking permit by logging intoAgora Portal and selecting "Parking Permits and Citations."
    Fall and academic year parking permits can be ordered starting in early August. Please make sure that you are ordering permits for the year 2023, not 2022, as inSGS-2023.
  4. If you would like to order an MBTA pass, visit the MBTA web page.
  5. DzԲܱTuition and Fees
  6. Review and pay any balances remaining on your My Bill account.
    Note: You will need to log intobc.edu/myservicesand select My Bill for this service
  7. Make anInternational Wire Payment
  8. Enroll in theQuikPay Payment Plan
  9. Authorize your Third-Party Payer through My Bill
    Note:You will need to log intobc.edu/myservicesand select My Bill for this service
  10. Review/Add Optional Eagle One accounts
    Visit theDiningwebsite for more information about optional dining accounts
  11. Review theTitle IV Federal Financial Aid Funds requirementsand submit your(DZپDzԲ)
  12. Sign up for direct deposit of your student account refund/request a student account refund.
  13. Request enrollment certification letter
    If you need an enrollment certification for deferment of a student loan, mail the forms to the Office of Student Services, Lyons Hall, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 or stop by Lyons Hall. Your deferment form will be forwarded to the National Student Clearinghouse. If the enrollment certification does not require an official school seal or signature, you may process the certification through bc.edu/myservices.
  14. Final Transcripts
    If you have not already done so, have your under/graduate institution(s) send your final official transcript(s) to the Law School Admission Council ().
  15. Waive mandatorymedical insurance, if applicable.Visitbc.edu/myservicesandselect "Medical InsuranceWaiver" under the "Account and Personal Info" section. Information regarding the 2023–2024 plan summary, including costs, is available on theMedical Insurance web page.
  16. Complete the mandatory Immunization Forms
  17. In compliance with Massachusetts law, all incoming graduate students are required to complete an online module on Title IX sexual misconduct. The instructions and deadline for completion of this modulewill be sent by the University to your ϱ email.
  18. Review information aboutoff-campus housing
  19. Learn more about yourϱ Gmail account
  20. Update your addresses, phone numbers, and emergency contacts
  21. View or update your race/ethnicity information
  22. Note veteran status on the University Information System (optional/if applicable) by contactingLinda Malenfant atmalenfan@bc.edu. For more information about veterans' education benefits, visit the Veterans Education Benefits web page on the Financial Aid website.
  23. ճLaw School’s Office of Academic Serviceswill complete your registration for fall semester first-year courses
  24. Special Accommodations
    Students with disabilities may need special accommodations to assist them in succeeding in the study of law. Our goal is to identify these students early on, document the disability, determine what accommodations are necessary, and provide those accommodations in a timely manner. View theSpecial Accommodations Letterfor more information.
  25. Technology, Study Aids, and Other Library Services at Boston College Law School
    Please view for more informationabout the services offered at the Law Library.
  26. AccessLex MAX 1L Course Financial Foundations(DZپDzԲ)
    ϱ Law has partnered with AccessLex Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to legal education, to bring you MAX by AccessLex®, the free personal finance program designed exclusively for law students. Learn personal finance lessons, resources, and tools that fit your busy schedule. You may also schedule free one-on-one financial coaching with Accredited Financial Counselors (AFC®) and enter the annual MAX scholarship drawings of more than $300,000 by completing courses and attending live events. To register, go to.
  27. Incoming Students Community Directory
    Each year, the Office of Marketing & Communicationsproduces a small print booklet affectionatelyknown as the "facebook" or Community Directory. It includes the names and photos of the faculty and administration, as well as incoming student names, photos, home states and undergraduate institutions. The book is distributed to faculty, staff, and incoming students only, and is used as a tool for people to get to know each other. All incoming students are asked to submit a "head and shoulders" shot in JPG format (300 dpi or large resolution). Email your photo tolawevent@bc.eduand type "Incoming Student Photo" in the subject line. Please note: this photo is a separate request from the ϱ Eagle One ID card and is not shared with the University for ID purposes. You must submit a separate photo for your ϱ Eagle One ID card.
  28. Please complete thewhich will provide us with important information about your background and interests and enable our offices across ϱ Law to understand your individual talents.
  29. Register to vote
  30. Please be sure to review theԾٲ䲹ٲDzfor important information regarding the University'sPolicies andProcedures.
  31. Enroll in direct deposit for student account refunds (if applicable). We recommend that all students use direct deposit when requesting refunds. Refunds processed via direct deposit are faster and do not require pickup. Visit theBillingpage for instructions and more information.