Boston Campus

Read the details below to find out about the variety of student services and support offered for all students at Berklee’s Boston campus.

Services and Support

For a comprehensive list of services and resources at Berklee's Boston campus, we encourage you to explore the Services and Support tool. You can find information about how to access a wide variety of services, including:

  • academic support and tutoring;
  • ways to get involved in the community;
  • career resources, tools and resources to support your holistic wellbeing; 
  • and much more.

Explore Student Services and Support
 


Berklee Bookstore

Visit the Berklee Bookstore at 1090 Boylston Street, open Monday–Friday, 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

Technology Support

If you need technology support, please reach out to Training and Support at berklee.edu/22382238@berklee.edu, or 617-747-2238. Support staff is available to help you Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. ET.

Public Safety

Public Safety offers these services 24 hours a day:

  • Emergency response
  • Safety escorts
  • Berklee ID card access support

To contact Berklee Police dispatch:

  • Phone for non-emergency situations: 617-747-2682
  • Phone for emergency situations: 617-747-8888
  • Text: You can also text directly with the dispatcher by using the text-a-tip feature in the Rave Guardian app

Berklee ID Card/One Card Office

If you do not have a Berklee ID card, you can go to the One Card office for assistance. Note that students attending orientation will receive a Berklee ID card as part of orientation.

Hours and location:
Open Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Located at 155 Massachusetts Avenue, basement level

Dining

Dining Services

Berklee offers a variety of dining options, including: 

  • Archie’s
  • Berklee Dining Hall (“the Caf”) at 160 Massachusetts Avenue
  • Cafe 24
  • Cafe 939

For more information about dining services this semester, visit our Berklee Dining site.

Dining or Housing Accommodations

Students seeking dining or housing accommodations on the basis of a documented disability should follow the accessibility registration process. You may send additional questions to accessibilityresources@berklee.edu.

Printing

Find out where you can print on campus.