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Campus Organizations, Resources & Programs

Campus Organizations

Multicultural Student Organizations on campus

Office of AHANA Student Programs
As one of the departments in the Division of Student Services, the Office of AHANA Student Programs works continuously to improve services for all students. The Office develops, implements, and coordinates a variety of programs that support and enhance the academic performance and student development of undergraduate students of AHANA (African-American, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American) background.

Voices of Imani
Voices of Imani is a campus vocal organization that specializes in performing works from the breadth of music expression in the black worship experience including spirituals, traditional gospel, and contemporary gospel, as well as music of the European tradition.

Institutional Resources

Black Faculty, Staff, and Administrators Association (BFSAA)
A resource for persons of African descent at all levels of the Boston College Community.

Office for Institutional Diversity
Facilitates efforts to advance and sustain an organizational culture and climte that welcomes diversity and inclusiveness for all members of the Boston College Community.

Office of International Programs
Works with students to prepare them for citizenship, service, and leadership in a global society by providing information and assistance on studying abroad.

Office of International Students and Scholars
Provides advice, programs, and services to international students, faculty, and research scholars from around the world.

Allied Academic Programs

Asian Studies and Asian American Studies
International Studies
Islamic Civilization and Societies
Latin American Studies