BSB Peer Mentors
Information about where to study and get support
Four study rooms (CC234, CC235, CC239, CC245) that accommodate up to six students, and are ideal for working on group projects. Available to all business students. Please check with the business office for access (CC255).
The Thomas M. '68 and Joan M. Feeley Accounting Lab, CC115, features 12 Dell computers with networked printing. We have Quickbooks and SpSS installed for your classwork.
Business and accounting lab schedule:
8 am-8 pm Monday through Thursday, and 8 am-4 pm Friday
Accounting and finance tutors are available to students during those hours.
Summer Hours: Monday-Thursday 3-6 pm.
ODS tutor lab schedule:
Wednesday 11 am-8 pm Friday 11 am- 4 pm.
A general computing lab, CC154, equipped with Dell computers with networked laser printing.
Ten smart classrooms offer a differing range of capabilities. Among the technologies featured are SmartBoards, Plasma TVs, projector screens, Sympodium touch screen monitors, and document cameras. Some rooms accommodate multi-point conferencing. Featured are the Walter A. and Sally A. Cuffe and the Nicholas and Alice Xanthaky classrooms.
Did you know that academic advising is available in the evening for part-time students in the Bertolon School of Business? Your advisor is there to help you meet your academic and career goals. Take advantage of this great advising opportunity tonight! On Monday and Tuesday from 4-7:15 pm in room CC107, professor David Goodof will be available for advising. Appointments can also be made by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 978.542.6752.
We encourage students to utilize career services to find an internship that will allow them to gain practical experience related to their studies or career interests. An internship can be done for credit or non-credit during fall, spring or summer and is a semester long. To learn more please visit Career Services.
Delta Mu Delta
Delta Mu Delta is an international honor society for business administration majors. The society's goals are to promote higher scholarship in education for business and to recognize and reward scholastic attainment in business subjects.
Membership is by invitation, and is open to all junior, senior and graduate business students in the top twenty percent (based on cumulative GPA) of their respective classes, who have completed a specific number of credits at the university with a minimum GPA of 3.40 for undergraduates and 3.9 for graduate students.
The accounting association encourages professional interest among students preparing for careers in business administration and offers programs geared toward accounting.
We are proud to house the Cabot Wealth Management Lab in our Bertolon School of Business, thanks to the generosity of Rob and Rachel ’98 Lutts of Cabot Wealth Management. Equipped with 12 Bloomberg terminals, the lab was established in 2019 and brings industry to the classroom and allows students to access tools used by leading decision-makers within the fields of business, finance and government. Cabot Lab is also made possible by support of The Charles Schwab Foundation, St. Jean’s Credit Union Charitable Foundation, Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation, North Shore Bank and Salem Five Bank Charitable Foundation.
Launched in 2019 with the Individual Projects in Business Administration course and funded by donors Rob and Rachel ’98 Lutts, the Student Investment Fund provides finance students with experiential learning opportunities in portfolio management and the investment management process. Students take on the roles of portfolio manager, chief analyst, student trustee and analysts, analyzing and investing designated funds into a variety of securities. The goal is for students to create returns on the fund, growing the assets available to invest and ultimately creating scholarships for future students, philanthropy coming full circle. Make a contribution to the Student Investment Fund.