Who We Are

Full-Time Staff

John Battaglino, Assistant Dean and Director

Abby Myette, Associate Director

Bryan AdamsAssistant Director

Taylor SevignyAssistant Director

Crystal Eusebio, Assistant Director

Graduate Assistants

Hannah Mancer, Programming Team

Madison Cannon, Student Organizations

Terrence Britt, Marketing Team

Activities Consultants

Activities consultants (ACs) are some of the first faces you’ll see when you visit us at Student Activities. They’re student leaders, supported by our team of pros, who guide other students through the process of planning engaging events. You can sit down with them for a one-on-one—no appointment necessary—to get planning support for your organization’s event. Just drop by our office at 1 University Road or call 617-353-3635.

MKTG

Our MKTG team provides promotional support to student organizations through social media, video production, graphic design, and web promotions. They’re interested in communicating engaging stories about campus activities. Get in touch with them about your next event.

Programming Team

The Programming Team—BU’s student-run programming board—is one of the most active student groups on campus, planning many concerts, comedy shows, leadership summits and other large scale events. They also provide students with the opportunity to attend open-mic nights, movie screenings, celebrity meet and greets, and more. They seek to not only provide quality entertainment to the students of Boston University, but also to create a sense of community among our large and diverse student body. New faces and fresh ideas are always welcome. Get in touch with them.

Allocations Board

Made up entirely of undergrads, the Allocations Board (AB) is an organization tasked with distributing a portion of the Undergraduate Student Fee to on- and off-campus events hosted by undergraduate student organizations. Members attend meetings every Monday night and staff the office, volunteering their time to subsidize and encourage great events. Visit the AB site or drop them a line.