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AHANA Student Activities

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The AHANA student population is a growing community within the Boston College community. Celebrating the richness of myriad cultures and histories, AHANA student clubs/organizations coordinate numerous events/activities. For instance, there are the annual culture shows hosted by a number of clubs -- the Asian Caucus, South Asian Students Association. In addition to the programs and services our office serves, the Student Programs Office, in conjunction with Registered Student Organizations, showcase the following events for and/by AHANA students:

  • AHANA Leadership Council Retreat

  • Asian Pacific Islander Community Awareness Retreat (APICAR)

  • Black Family Weekend

  • Caribbean Culture Club Service Trip

  • Heritage Boat Cruise
  • Latino Family Weekend

  • Japanimation (Japanese Animation Nights)

  • Jazz Night (Japan Club of Boston College)

  • Latino Night

  • OLAA Volunteer Day

  • Performing Arts Night

  • Salsa Night

To see a list of AHANA student clubs/organizations, click here.

Academically, AHANA students can take advantage of the support services afforded to them through the Office of AHANA Student Programs, Learning to Learn, Learning Resources for Student Athletes, Career Center, The Connors Family Learning Center (formerly known as the Academic Development Center) and other offices. To further encourage students to succeed academically, the appropriate committees present a scholarship award to AHANA students who exemplify the criteria for the individual scholarships: Asian American Scholarship, Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship, Oscar Romero Scholarship.