Bates is committed to the success of every student. The Bates academic program is challenging, and the College has many resources designed to support student learning. The links below provide information on valuable academic support resources.
Bates AREAS is a convenient hub for accessing Bates College specific information and tools for academic research and scholarship.
We are a resource for students with disabilities and work together with students, faculty, and staff to ensure that our campus, academics, and co-curricular programs are accessible.
The comprehensive description of the Bates curriculum, including courses, majors, minors, and academic regulations.
CRC provides the faculty and students at Bates with academic technology support that promotes the adoption of appropriate technologies across the spectrum of teaching, learning, and research.
The Bates College Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Dean of the Faculty advances learning in the liberal arts tradition.
Provide leadership, guidance, and support to the Bates community in the planning, creation, storage, access, promotion, evaluation, and preservation of digital materials that document the history or support the broad educational mission of the college.
Faculty Development Programming from the Faculty Commons for Learning and Teaching.
Prestigious fellowships for graduate study and funding for unique projects are available for ambitious Bates students and alums.
Help Desk Services offers problem solving for general computing issues, hardware, software, and network support for Bates students, faculty, and staff.
Search or browse through a complete list of the college’s faculty by name, field, or expertise. Our professors can provide expert opinion, comment, and analysis on a broad range of subjects.
The purpose of the Honors Program is to promote, develop, and recognize work of higher quality than ordinarily required for the baccalaureate degree.
The Imaging and Computing Center supports students, faculty and staff as they investigate, visualize, create, and communicate knowledge.
The hub for scholarship on campus: books, journals, service for thesis writers, expert information professionals, and the Help Desk. Also workstations, study spaces, and comfortable chairs for reading.
Bates Course Management System
Do the math: The Math Workshop runs calculus study sessions and provides group reviews and individual tutoring for all courses requiring quantitative reasoning.
The Mount David Summit is Bates’ annual campus-wide celebration of student academic achievement, highlighting undergraduate research.
Through temporary exhibitions, the permanent collection, programming and education programs the MoA is an integral part of the intellectual and cultural life of the College and region.
Peer Assisted Learning in the Sciences (PALS) provides regularly scheduled, out-of-class, peer-facilitated group sessions to help students master the material in traditionally difficult science courses.
The Registrar’s Office maintains the permanent academic record of all Bates students.
The Bates Science Fellows are a select group of students who meet once every week during their first year at Bates to explore science and math in a shared-learning environment.
Technical Writing Assistants (TWAs) in Biology and Geology are experienced student scientific writers trained to mentor others who are learning the conventions of scientific prose.
Writing well is a cornerstone of a Bates education. The Writing Program can help you perfect your writing throughout your Bates career.