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Friday Night Heights (Fridays)


September 8th - 3:00-4:15

September 22nd - 3:00-4:15

October 20th - 3:00-4:15

October 27th - 3:00-4:15 

November 10th - 3:00-4:15

November 17th - 3:00-4:15 

December 8th - 3:00-4:15


January 26th - 3:00-4:15

February 9th - 3:00-4:15

February 23rd - 3:00-4:15

March 23rd - 3:00-4:15

April 6th - 3:00-4:15

April 27th - 3:00-4:15

Location for all dates - Maloney 426

Students who are found responsible for off-campus infractions are often unaware of the impact of their behavior on their neighbors. The Friday Night Heights workshop promotes citizenship, civility, and responsibility by educating them on their civic responsibilities and helping them to devise strategies for preventing problematic behaviors off-campus.  It also fosters students’ identity of themselves as good neighbors, instead of temporary visitors in the community. Students are also given the opportunity to reflect on how their actions reflect on both the BC and off campus, local communities.

Friday Night Heights (FNH) is a collaborative effort between the Boston College Office of the Dean of Students, the Boston Police Department, and the Allston Brighton Substance Abuse Task Force.  

For more information, contact Office of the Dean of Students Graduate Assistant for Off-Campus Student Life and Community Engagement, Mary Maroney at

Think Ahead (Fridays)


September 22nd- 4:30-5:45

October 27th - 4:30-5:45

November 17th - 4:30-5:45

December 8th - 4:30-5:45


January 26th - 4:30-5:45

February 9th - 4:30-5:45

February 23rd - 4:30-5:45

March 23rd - 4:30-5:45

April 6th - 4:30-5:45

April 27th - 4:30-5:45

Location for all dates - Maloney 426

Staying on Track (Tuesdays)


October 10th - 4:00-6:00

October 24th - 4:00-6:00

November 7th - 4:00-6:00

December 5th - 4:00-6:00


January 30th - 4:00-6:00

February 6th - 4:00-6:00

February 20th - 4:00-6:00

March 20th - 4:00-6:00

April 10th - 4:00-6:00

April 24th - 4:00-6:00

May 8th - 4:00-6:00

A student's college years are crucial in their development and transition from adolescence into adulthood.  Wth the understanding that a student's conduct may hinder their future success, Staying on Track helps students reflect upon their behavior and consider the consequences of their future decisions, ensuring that these actions align with achieving their hopes and goals. Students who have been held responsible for multiple infractions in violation of the Boston College Code of Conduct will participate in this reflective program. 

Location for all dates - Maloney 426