Welcome to Boston College


We’re excited for you to join us!

We bet you’ve got loads of questions about what happens now, but don’t worry – we’ll be in touch over the next few months providing you with more details about your course and how to enrol so you're all set for when you start with us! 

In the meantime, if you have anything you would like to talk to us about, you can give us a call on 01205 365701 or us our 'Contact Us' form and we’ll do our best to help.

Frequently asked College questions...

Becoming a student at Boston College is a fun and exciting experience but we get that you may be feeling a bit out of your comfort zone so we asked some of our current students the big questions they had before starting college.

What if I don't get my grades?

Don't panic! The College is open on results day so if you haven't got the grades you expected then come and see us and we will look at your options with you.

Come and talk to us as soon as you can. We will do everything we can to make sure you are on a course that is right for you.

This is one of the biggest concerns that new students have - but after a few weeks, they have made groups of friends that they can't imagine being without! 

Before you even enrol on your course you might be invited to an induction day in June where you will meet the other students in your group. That's a good place to start as the people on your course will share your interest in the subject area, so you immediately have something in common. 

The College also has a busy Student Union who put on events throughout the year so you can meet students from other courses.

When your enrol you will be given a list of items you need to bring on your first day. This will vary from course to course but could be as little as a pen and notebook. 

You will receive all of this information when you enrol.

Yes! Your attendance will be closely monitored and we are there to help should you have any problems.

At the College's main Rochford campus, you are spoilt for choice with The Diner, and Deli, The Coffee Shop, The Food Court and Lime Restaurant.

Within our University Centre building you'll find the Boston University Centre Coffee Shop. The Peter Paine Performance Centre is home to The Hatch Café. 

For more information on the facilities at Boston College, visit the 'Campuses and Facilities' page. 

Boston College have an award winning, FREE Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) service who are able to help with a wide range of careers related questions. 

For more information on the College's Career Service, visit the 'Careers Advice and Guidance' page.

The College aims to provide you with the best advice and guidance on financial support whatever your situation, all designed to support you throughout your studies. 

You can find out more information on the different types of financial support available by visiting our 'Financial Assistance' page.

If you have any more question about starting College, you can contact us here!

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