BC Portal – My Services (Agora) – Boston College
The information available in the Agora Portal is based on your role(s) (e.g., faculty, staff, or student) at Boston College. Your role(s) determines your access for reading, searching, updating, and personalizing the information and services in your portal. IMPORTANT UPDATE: Agora Portal is getting a new interface. Learn more about these updates.
AGORA.BC.EDU Has been retired – Boston College
The agora.bc.edu server is no longer in service. Most services previous provided by this server are now available on the Agora Portal – portal.bc.edu. If you have questions or need assistance, please call the Help Center at (617) 552-HELP (4357).
Agora Portal – Information Technology … – Boston College
Agora Portal is a central place to access a wide variety of BC information and services. You will need your BC username and password to access Agora Portal.
Boston College Agora Portal – 10/2020
The Portal is a central place where a wide variety of information and services from multiple sources are accessible. The information available in the Agora Portal is based on your role(s) (e.g., faculty, staff, or student) at Boston College.
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Access to the Boston College technological and information resources is a privilege available only to authorized individuals. This privilege requires that all users be responsible for the protection of University resources and that all use be in accordance with the Boston College Technology Use AgreementBoston College Technology Use Agreement
Agora Portal FAQ – Technology Help – Boston College
If a service is grayed out, it may mean that a service in not available 24/7 or there are a few services that are dependent on third party sites (including non-BC sites). Agora Portal checks all these sites every 3 minutes and if a site is slow or not responding, then the service is temporarily grayed out for 3 minutes or until the site is available again.
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Boston College is a coeducational university with an average student population of 8,700 undergraduates, 4,500 graduate students representing every state and 85 foreign countries. Founded in 1863, it is one of the oldest Jesuit, Catholic universities in the United States.