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New to Brooklyn College?

Welcome to Brooklyn College!

Getting Connected

It’s easy to stay connected with the college no matter where you are. If you have any questions review and search BC Knowledge for Students (this website) to find answers.

Getting Around

Getting Help

Brooklyn College offers a wide array professional advisers, counselors and peer support options to assist you:

New Student Advisement
Download the Navigate Student mobile app to schedule appointments with academic and financial aid advisors.
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First College Year
All first year student inquiries, academic support, and general education requirements.
3208 Boylan Hall
Center for Academic Advisement and Student Success  – CAASS
Assistance with course selection, educational planning, petitions, waivers, academic advisement.
207 Boylan Hall
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Learning Center
Free peer tutoring in courses across the curriculum in a comfortable, supportive environment well-stocked with computers and reference materials for student use
1300 Boylan Hall
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Enrollment Services Center
Central location for registration, financial aid, tuition payments, ID cards, and other enrollment questions.
West Quad Center
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Personal Counseling
Individual and group counseling, drug and alcohol counseling, housing referral.
0203 James Hall
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Magner Career Center
Career counseling, resume review, internships, alumni mentoring, finding the right major.
1303 James Hall
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