Counseling Services promotes student well-being, within a safe, confidential environment, through a full range of psychological support and consultation services.
Health Services serves the healthcare needs of our student community. We are here to promote the health and happiness of Bowdoin College students by providing primary health care and educational outreach.
To ensure that its programs, activities, and services are accessible to all matriculating students, Bowdoin is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities.
The Joseph McKeen Center for the Common Good provides opportunities for students to discover the ways in which their talents, passions, and academic pursuits can be used for the benefit of society through community engagement.
The Center for Religious and Spiritual life at Bowdoin provides support and guidance for students and groups involved in religious activities, all faith traditions, and personal spiritual growth.
The Dean of Students Office helps students and parents manage academic and non-academic situations as they arise, consulting extensively with faculty and staff across the College.
Helping you feel at home—away from home. We foster healthy and safe residence halls, College Houses, and apartments—all of which comprise our residential community.
The Student Activities Office is student-centered, and provides Bowdoin students with leadership development opportunities via more than 100 student-run organizations and various types of cocurricular programming.
Multicultural life at Bowdoin College is defined by the efforts of our student organizations. The groups not only provide support and understanding for their members, but also bring new cultural and religious perspectives to the entire Bowdoin campus.
SWAG cultivates a campus environment in which women and queer people feel safe, valued, and supported through academic, cocurricular, and personal development. The director and student directors collaborate with students, faculty, and staff from across campus to offer diverse, relevant programming for Bowdoin community members of all genders and orientations.
Title IX is an anti-discriminatory federal regulation that prohibits any type of gender-based discrimination in educational settings.
Bowdoin’s Baldwin Center for Learning and Teaching houses the Baldwin Mentors, the Quantitative Reasoning Program, The Writing Project, and English for Multilingual Speakers. These programs support learning and teaching across the curriculum through peer tutoring, writing assistance, study groups, and academic mentoring.