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Student Affairs Resources

Find commonly referenced policies, processes and documents related to Student Affairs. 

Student Handbook

Access the Student Handbook. In addition to upholding the Bentley Beliefs, every student is expected to follow the policies outlines by the handbook. If you have any questions, contact Student Conduct: | 781-891-2161 | Student Center 320

Leave of Absence/Withdraw Procedures

If you wish to take time away from campus, you can apply for a leave of absence. A leave of absence must be for at least a semester, and may be granted for up to two years.

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Bias Incident Response Team

The Bias Incident Response Team (BIRT) ensures students affected by Bias or a Bias related incident have access to appropriate resources and assists the University in its response in situations that may impact the overall campus climate around diversity and inclusion. 

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Guidelines regarding privacy of students’ educational records are also governed by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a federal law established in 1974.

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Student Organization Support

There are more than 100 student organizations at Bentley, providing countless opportunities for students to lead, engage and develop critical skills. Learn how to start a group, how to select an adviser and more.

Fraternity & Sorority Life Support

Fraternity & Sorority Life unites creative, ethical and socially responsible leaders at Bentley. Access support and resources for Bentley's Fraternity and Sororities.

Falcon Society

We know juggling classwork with extracurricular activities and other responsibilities is no easy task. That’s why, in 1964, we founded the Falcon Society: to honor students who not only excel in their fields of study, but make significant contributions to improving the Bentley experience for their fellow students and the entire campus community alike.

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