Below is a sampling of clubs and activities available to you.
|The School of Hospitality Administration Student Government (SHAgov) coordinates many events within the School and represents SHA as part of the larger Boston University Student Government body. SHAgov coordinates several activities throughout the year, including social events and community service projects.
Alec Dalton, President
Maura Feltault, Vice President
Advisor: Brian Shockley
American Hotels & Lodging Association
|A student run division of the American Hotels and Lodging Association (AH&LA) at the School of Hospitality Administration. Primarily focused on hotel operations and providing our members with networking opportunities and first hand experience in the industry to jump-start their future careers.
Roshni Patel, President
Jackie Lowell, Vice President
Advisor: Prof. Mike Oshins
National Society of Minorities in Hospitality
Club Managers Association of America
|The Club Managers Association of America Student Chapter is focused on students and their career opportunities in club management. Students are involved in setting up field trips to various types of clubs as well as educational seminars for students interested in the various facets of club management. Students are invited to monthly senior chapter meetings and the yearly National Conference/Convention/Trade Show.
Owen Huzar, President
Maura Feltault, Vice President
Hospitality Finance and Technology Professionals
|HFTP is a professional group at SHA, formed to gain a better understanding of the professional and practical requirements of accounting and financial management, technology management, and hospitality information processing. Through meetings, speakers, and tours, we strive to stimulate discussions, forge connections, and provide educational programs.
Advisor: Prof. Michael Kwag
Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International
|HSMAI, a professional organization affiliated with the local Boston chapter, is committed to growing business for hotels and their partners by fueling sales, inspiring marketing, and optimizing revenue. Our members take part in a variety of activities, including guest speakers, sales blitzes, and professional chapter events. We also offer opportunities for scholarships, internships, and mentoring programs with industry professionals.
Advisor: Prof. Nicholas Washienko
International Students Hospitality Association
National Association of Catering and Events
|NACE seeks to assist caterers in achieving career success by raising the level of education and professionalism of the catering industry. Get involved in the catering world and network with catering professionals of all backgrounds, including catering managers, event planners, florists, DJs, etc. Beyond networking, NACE offers students educational opportunities, internship and mentorship programs, and scholarships. NACE is a fun and educational way for students interested in event planning to get involved with the professional community.
Advisor: Prof. Peter Szende
Eta Sigma Delta
|Eta Sigma Delta is SHA’s international honor society for hospitality management students, established to encourage and reward outstanding academic achievement. Membership is limited to juniors and seniors who rank in the top twenty percent of their graduating class with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Qualified candidates will be notified each semester. Activities include an annual induction ceremony and community service events.|
|Erin George, President
Allegra Thaler, Vice President
Advisor: Prof. Courtney Raeisinafchi
|The Peer Advising Program was established to provide a personal network between current and new students. Peer advisors serve as orientation guides to freshmen and transfer students. They provide information about academic offerings, class registration, student organizations, and industry events.
Advisor: Abby Raspallo
|SHA’s Hospitality House offers specialty housing for students sharing a commitment to service within the hospitality industry. This elegant brownstone also serves as an extension of SHA, providing a location for activities that enrich students’ hospitality experience. Residents serve as a resource for their peers and plan monthly activities ranging from holiday dinners to community service projects.|