The Office of the Dean of Students (ODOS) provides programs and services to students, their families, faculty, and staff to enhance students’ academic and personal success. The ODOS is the office responsible for student advocacy, hosting the Office of Student Conduct, and coordinating the university’s Behavioral Intervention Team for students in distress. The ODOS also oversees Beacon Beginnings, where freshmen and transfer students participate in orientation, advising, and registration.
The Office of Student Activities and Leadership (OSAL) offers a range of activities, events, and special interest clubs through which students can establish friendships and other social networks, gain new knowledge, strengthen and develop skills, and learn to lead and collaborate.
The Office of Student Leadership and Community Engagement (OSLCE) provides students with service learning, volunteer, and leadership development opportunities within the local community, across Massachusetts, and in other states and countries.
Student Housing assists students in finding off-campus accommodations near the campus or within reasonable commuting distance.
The Office of Urban and Off-Campus Support Services, otherwise known as the U-ACCESS Program, is committed to supporting and empowering students who are experiencing complex personal and social issues that may derail their academic success with complex personal and social issues such as homelessness, domestic violence, poverty, and emancipation from foster care.
University Health Services provides primary health care services with regular clinic hours for students. Its programs include counseling, general medicine, and health education and wellness.
The Department of Public Safety is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for the university and subscribes to a community policing philosophy.
Through the Interfaith Campus Ministry (ICM), students receive spiritual guidance and opportunities to celebrate their diverse religious traditions.