A great way to kick off the new academic year, Splash follows the President's Convocation Ceremony. Splash offers new students a unique opportunity to interact with representatives from registered student organizations. Students can also enjoy music, games, food, and giveaways.
The Students Activities Office welcomes students to campus with a series of dynamic events. Past Fall Welcome programs include an outdoor, "drive-in" movie, comedians in the residence halls, and Frank Santos Jr., the R-rated hypnotist.
With 400 student organizations, how can students learn about all that these groups have to offer? Join us at the Activities Expos, held in September and in January, to meet members of student groups, learn about groups' activities, and find out how to get involved.
Recruitment is the process by which fraternities and sororities recruit new members. Formal recruitment for sororities is held in January, and formal recruitment for fraternities is held in the fall.
Held in the George Sherman Union Metcalf Hall and projected onto a 20-foot screen, this "super" game attracts fans from both the AFC and NFC as they battle for the Lombardi trophy. Students can watch the game while enjoying free food and beverages and a healthy competitive spirit.
This annual hockey tournament between BU, BC, Harvard, and Northeastern brings out true rivalries. The games are projected onto a 20-foot screen in the George Sherman Union Metcalf Hall for all to watch while enjoying free food, beverages, and giveaways.
The Programming Council's signature event, the Back Bay Ball is a formal evening of elegance generally held at the Westin Copley in mid-February.
Has your student organization had an amazing year and planned a top-notch program? The Student Activities Office recognizes outstanding student leaders and student organizations at this annual spring event.
Senior Week is a week of programming dedicated to honoring and celebrating the senior class. Events include the Champagne Reception, Harbor Cruise, and a trip to Foxwoods.