Utilizing the services and resources available to you at Brooklyn College is an important part of your personal and academic success. Whenever visiting a campus office let them know that you are an international student and need assistance. The following are campus offices that are here to support you:
- Academic Advising, 3207 Boylan Hall. If you need assistance with planning your class schedule, this office of dedicated student-centered professionals is committed to student success and will help. All incoming first-year students must meet with an academic adviser.
- Learning Center, 1300 Boylan Hall. Students should seek tutoring early in classes if they need help. For international students who are not native English speakers, meeting with a writing tutor is an important step in your academic journey. There are a lot of good links on their website.
- Career Advising, Magner Center for Career Development and Internships, 1303 James Hall. Students should visit the Magner Center early on in their academic career to learn about résumé writing, internships, networking and job opportunities.
- Counseling, 0203 James Hall. The Counseling Office offers workshops on managing stress, how to take tests, how to study, etc. There are also free online screening programs available. This is an excellent resource for international students. Visit their site or the office today.
- Health Clinic, 114 Roosevelt Hall. This is a very important office to know about on campus. Call 718.951.5580 to make an appointment or stop by the office.
- Housing, 219 Student Center. If you need help with a place to live, contact them today. You can also visit the Residence Hall.
- Public Safety, 0202 Ingersoll Hall and throughout campus. Please remember to always carry and present your student identification.
- Scholarships, second floor, West Quad Center. Each year more than $1 million is given to qualified students to support their education. There is an online application that you can complete.
- Student Advocacy and Referral (SAR), 2113 Boylan Hall. SAR is an excellent resource for students needing assistance or encountering difficulties. SAR also provides opportunities for emergency grants/funds.
- Library. Visit our extraordinary library in the heart of the campus early and often.
- Enrollment Advocacy, third floor, West Quad Center.