Office of Student Involvement Programs and Services
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is a student-led programming board that coordinates campus-wide events. These events include concerts, the homecoming dance, trivia nights, pub series and off campus trips to Boston and beyond.
By participating in a Student Organization you will meet students with similar interests, develop your leadership potential, and have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the BC community.
The Emerging Leader Program (ELP) is a one-year leadership development program for a select group of 50 first-year students. ELP enhances leadership skills and potential; fosters interpersonal, social, ethical, and moral development; and instills an attitude of social awareness and responsibility.
Each year the Office of Student Involvement presents awards to outstanding undergraduate student leaders at Boston College. The awards recognize the contributions of students to the co-curricular life of the University, students' growth in leadership roles, and students' creative involvement in campus life.
Sub Turri is the yearbook of Boston College and is created and organized solely by students.
O'Connell House offers space for meetings and programs led by Boston College groups, and O'Connell House staff also provide programming and entertainment. O'Connell House is a home away from home where students can feel comfortable to study, socialize, and spend recreational time on Upper Campus.
The Undergraduate Government of Boston College (UGBC) is the official representative voice for students. UGBC also sponsors educational, social, and cultural programs, such as lectures, town meetings, service programs, and concerts.
MyBC is the online portal where students can join and or search for organizations, see what’s happening on campus, track involvement, and more. Looking for a complete list of student organizations and descriptions at Boston College? Log onto MyBC or search to see a list of all student organizations.
The Student Involvement Fair is your personal welcome to Boston College and the new year. Held each fall at the beginning of the Academic year, over 200 organizations, programs, and offices participate.
The Elections Committee is an unbiased group comprised of undergraduate students. The roles and responsibilities of the Elections Committee are to organize informational meetings for potential candidates, enforce the Election Code, manage presidential and vice-presidential debates, approve campaign materials, and answer any questions and/or concerns of the individuals involved in all elections.
Senior Week is a week of programming that place during the week leading up to Commencement. Senior Week consists of various on and off campus events including: Alumni Toast, Last Call for Office Hours, Dance Through the Decades, and Commencement Ball.
The Welcome Program is a series of events where first-year students have the opportunity to meet one another in a fun setting and learn about their new environment.