Welcome from the Dean of Students
Welcome to North Shore Community College! What an exciting time in your life to be standing on the verge of realizing your hopes and dreams. Along with the excitement, you might be experiencing some anxiety and fear, especially if it is your first time attending College. As you go through your time at NSCC, we hope you make many connections and learn a lot. We want you to be in an environment that feels respectful and where you feel you are included and that you belong. We also want you to learn and grow, both as a student and as a person. We hope to help you realize that taking care of yourself also means taking care of your society and giving back when you can. Most importantly, we want you to leave NSCC having successfully completed your program of study (or courses), having a strong sense of purpose, and with the tools you need to lead a meaningful life.
Philosophy of the Dean of Students Office
The Philosophy of the DOS Office is to serve students by supporting them to realize their full potential. We support them through obstacles they may encounter on their educational journey and we push them towards realizing their full potential by offering challenging opportunities that they can participate in.
About the Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students Office consists of the Dean of Students, Dr. Bagchi Williamson,
Assistant Code of Conduct Adminstrator, Mr. Andrew Dore, her Administrative Assistant,
Ms. Iyanoska Liria, and other areas in the DOS portfolio. The DOS Office oversees
Commencement, the Office of Student Engagement, and Accessibility Services. The DOS
is also responsible for maintaining Community Standards and serves both as the Chief
Conduct Officer and the Chief Student Grievance officer. She also chairs the Student
at Risk (SAR) Team, which is a cross-College team that works at identifying students
in crisis or at risk and then providing the needed support and follow up.
Bonie Bagchi Williamson, Ph.D.
Dean of Students
Assistant Code of Conduct Adminstrator
Phone: 978-762-4000 ext.2164