The Office of Academic Integrity works with faculty, staff, and students to provide proactive education on academic integrity and oversees the academic integrity process to ensure its conformity with the letter and spirit of Bentley's Academic Integrity System.
Supports faculty, staff and students by interpreting and implementing college academic curriculum, policies and procedures. Home to Disability Services, Academic Support, Academic Advising, and New Student Academic programs.
Furthers Bentley’s strategic focus on the integration of business and technology by providing faculty access to state-of-the-art academic, information and communication resources, databases and software.
Our Accounting programs combine a core of accounting principles and practices with technology, ethical decision-making and cutting-edge research — all to help you develop a portfolio of skills that prepares you for the challenges of a rapidly changing field.
Six core partners collaborating on the challenges facing today’s business leaders in the realm of ethics, civic engagement, diversity, social responsibility and sustainability.
The Badavas Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning helps position Bentley University for a promising future by investing in innovative ideas from across the institution.
Promotes strategic thinking, data-driven decision making and policy formulation through the systematic collection, objective analysis and regular dissemination of reliable information.
Organizes social events that provide Bentley's faculty and staff a chance to meet new colleagues, and to take advantage of some of Boston's many cultural offerings.
Career Services at Bentley is a comprehensive and centralized service that works with undergraduate students (from first-years to seniors), graduate students and alumni.
Brings together the perspectives of natural science, business, analytics and policy to understand and advance the models that create value from the fruits of scientific discovery
The Center for International Students and Scholars (CISS) offers resources for international students and promotes interactions between domestic and international students.
Student Center 310
Equipped with high-tech conferencing capabilities, multimedia libraries and international satellite broadcasts to give students authentic exposure to other languages, countries and cultures.
An environment for experimentation and trying new things, stocked with technology and software for you to test drive and collaborate with peers.
The Computer Information Systems Department focuses on essential information technologies, providing specific expertise to analyze, design and develop information systems ranging through all business processes and across every industry.
A distinctive and professional setting for meetings, retreats, conferences, summer camps and more.
Preventing phishing scams, identity theft and other cybersecurity threats. Your resource for help with passwords, security updates and more.
Maintains, enhances and upgrades the administrative technology and information systems designed to service our recruits, applicants, students, alumni, faculty, staff and facilities.
The Office of Disability Services provides equal educational opportunities for all full and part-time students with diagnosed disabilities and impairments through an accessible, equitable and inclusive learning environment.
Stephanie S. Brodeur
Fosters an inclusive campus by educating the entire community and working to increase diversity at all levels of the university. Coordinates university-wide, diversity-related programs and initiatives, including Bentley Brave, Discover Bentley and the MLK Luncheon.
Our Economics faculty are dedicated scholars with diverse research and teaching interests. We are committed to scholarship that advances economics literature, and to creating learning environments that foster a rigorous set of analytical tools and help students wrestle with real-world economic issues.
Language is at the heart of our mission as a department. We aim to foster creativity and critical analysis of cultural texts, including visual media and literary works.
Provides tutoring services and free language support to undergraduate and graduate students whose first language is not English.
Library Room 026
Provides the practical knowledge needed to increase value in your organization. Programs range from open enrollment courses addressing specific professional development needs to custom programs tailored to your specific challenges.
Lindsay Hall 21H
Creates and supports a well-maintained campus infrastructure. Handles all work-order requests, function planning, moving services, signage, office supplies and fire and safety training.
Dove Cote 111
Our Finance programs give you the skills to excel in the marketplace. Faculty members include internationally recognized scholars and researchers with extensive practical professional experience.
Helps you and your family make your Bentley education an affordable investment. Available to review all financial aid options available, including scholarships, grants, loans and campus work programs.
Oversees campus budget and financial planning, risk management, student financial services, accounts payable and payroll.
Empowers students to pursue dynamic careers domestically and internationally. Courses and degrees draw on Bentley’s business strengths while providing multidisciplinary perspectives on the social, political, geographic, and cultural factors shaping our world.
Dedicated to advancing women and workplace diversity, from the classroom to the boardroom. Provides thought leadership on critical diversity issues, and offers tools and training to foster inclusive organizations.
Assists faculty who are seeking grants, including grant funding identification; development, preparation and submission of proposals; project management, and grant award reconciliation.
Pursues original and leading-edge research on important topics in corporate governance through lecture series, informal colloquia and workshops.
The Health TLN is a collaborative network of 50+ faculty and staff across 24 departments bridging traditional boundaries in healthcare to foster new partnerships and advance health research that matters.
Home to active scholars in the fields of U.S. labor and business, U.S. foreign policy, American religion, modern Europe, modern India, modern East Asia, Russia and the Soviet Union, and women's history.
Many of Bentley's top economics, accounting and finance majors work in the LEAF, providing individual tutoring services to assist students through the sometimes challenging areas of economics, accounting and finance.
State-of-the-art investment research center, featuring 60 workstations, each equipped with real-time data and leading financial technologies, and 24 Bloomberg terminals.
Provides services and programs that attract, develop and retain a highly qualified and diverse workforce, including recruitment and selection, compensation and benefits, and performance management, as well as compliance with state and federal employment laws and regulations.
Through courses and hands-on training in applied business-IT systems, we help you develop the ability to see, understand, and manage information and processes across the length and breadth of the organization.
Business is communication, and communication is creative. We help students become expert communicators in the disciplines of public relations, information and web design, and user experience.
The central provider of technology infrastructure, services and applications for students, faculty and staff.
Coordinates undergraduate and graduate study abroad and international education programs.
The International Summer Institute offers business students two innovative and exciting programs designed to meet their needs for study abroad in the United States.
Dedicated to integrating the arts and sciences into Bentley’s educational, scholarly and cultural life. Hosts a variety of campus-wide programs, and offers fellowships, seminars and research opportunities.
Provides the required law coursework for undergraduate business majors and MBA students, as well as a variety of undergraduate and graduate electives and a Law minor and pre-law advising. Offers professional preparation in Taxation and Financial Planning through master’s degrees, MBA concentrations and graduate certificates.
Mail services for students, faculty and staff.
Collins Hall, First Floor
Canon Business Process Services, Inc.
Explores, from many different perspectives, how to make organizations run more effectively.
Covers the full range of marketing activities, including advertising and promotion, analytics, market research, social media, product development and more.
Discover how mathematics theory and practice apply to business operations. Curriculum joins study of statistics, analytics and management science with hands-on technical skills, giving you a powerful combination of business know-how and insight.
Offers drop-in tutoring services to students enrolled in undergraduate mathematics courses. Supports all first-year mathematics courses, as well as mathematics electives during select hours.
A state-of-the-art facility in support of arts and sciences majors and liberal studies concentrations, professionally equipped with media production tools for video, audio, digital photography and design projects.
Provides a wide range of undergraduate courses in Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese and Spanish that develop cultural, literary and business acumen for successful professionals in the global community.
Blends theory with practice, research, courses, and programs, allowing students to focus on two broad domains: sustainability and environmental sciences and health and human sciences.
Works with the Bentley community on matters associated with the university’s three accreditation bodies, including the preparation of all reports, background materials and documents, and accreditation team visits.
Bettina Stevens, M.Litt is Executive Director for the Office of Finance and Administration, Academic Affairs.
Rick Oches, PhD is the Dean of Arts and Sciences overseeing academic arts and sciences departments and affiliated programs and centers.
Wiley Davi, PhD is the Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences and Susan Capolino-Cocuzzo is the Executive Academic Events Coordinator in this office.
William Read, PhD is the Dean of Business and the McCallum School of Business overseeing academic business departments, the graduate school of business and the Ghana Project.
Otgontsetseg Erhemjamts, PhD is the Associate Dean of Business and Nancy Maillet is the Executive Academic Coordinator in this office.
Donna Maria Blancero, PhD Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost.
The Provost's Office oversees all academic affairs, accreditation services, sponsored programs, diversity and inclusion and finance and administration for academic affairs.
A safe, confidential, informal and impartial place for faculty, staff and students to discuss concerns and actual or potential conflicts and to address them in a positive and constructive way.
Ensures that all faculty, staff and students are paid accurately and timely. Also handles travel administration.
We read, think and write about the big questions: What is the right thing to do? What exists? What can we know? The department offers a Philosophy major and minor, and hosts the Liberal Studies major concentration in Ethics and Social Responsibility.
In charge of strategic sourcing and procurement, the Corporate Card program, real estate and asset management, and the management of all outsourced campus service contracts.
Harrington House, 311 Beaver Street
Maria Monks Serrao
Performs a wide variety of services, including course registration, academic catalogue, calendar and curriculum management, transcript requests, enrollment verification, and grading.
Manages general liability, property insurance, worker's compensation, travel assistance, and workplace health and safety programs.
Engages more than 1,000 students each year in intensive service opportunities at 60 community partner sites. Offers a variety of co-curricular civic engagement initiatives, and strategic consultancy to local nonprofits.
Examines how changes in technology, work and social life change our relationships with each other and the world. We offer students opportunities to explore these through courses, research and academic programs focused on the real-world and everyday application of sociology.
Provides support to members of the Bentley research community engaged in the development and submission of proposals for grants and contracts to governmental agencies. Proposals may support research, curriculum development, instruction, service and other projects and programs.
Administers all on-campus work programs, including Federal Work Study and Bentley Work Program, and assists with off-campus job placement.
Responsible for billing and collecting fees for tuition, housing, meal plans, health insurance, computers, parking violations and any other applicable fees.
Helps students integrate sustainability into their Bentley experience — in the classroom, in sustainability-focused student organizations, andthrough internships and service-learning.
Provides systems, network and telecommunication information to students, faculty and staff, and supports students so they better understand the technology used at Bentley.
Provides a wide range of user research services aimed at understanding user/customer needs, motivations, and the broader context of use, giving you the data and insights to design a great user experience.
Smith Academic Technology Center
A nonprofit educational, research and consulting organization whose vision is a world in which all businesses contribute positively to society through their ethically sound and responsible operations.
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