The Graduate Student Association is proud to present Grad Ball, a favorite annual tradition of our students. This is a night for students of all of BC's graduate schools to don cocktail attire and experience an evening of luxury at an iconic Boston venue, enjoying dancing, food, drink, and the company of friends. Grad Ball is sure to be an experience you will not forget.
Grad Ball 2014 took place on Saturday, April 26th at the Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common. Thanks to all graduate students and guests who attended this sold-out event!
Please read this important event information before purchasing a ticket:
- No graduate student may purchase more than 2 tickets.
- Refunds will not be issued for ticket purchases. If you purchase a ticket and can no longer attend, contact email@example.com in order to be put in contact with someone on the ticket waiting list. The GSA is not responsible for any transactions between students, but if you sell your ticket to someone else you MUST give the GSA the name of the new ticketholder.
- Check-in at the event will take place between 8pm and 9:30pm. You must arrive before 9:30pm in order to obtain your drink tickets.
- All attendees must bring an official form of ID, such as license or passport. Attendees must be 21 years of age, and bartenders reserve the right to check anyone's ID.
We look forward to welcoming you to our 2014 event to end the semester with a bang! Please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if you have any questions.
Resources for Attendees:
Frequently Asked Questions about Grad Ball.
List of options for transportation and parking.
List of options for dinner before the event.
What to wear, what to wear...
Check out these photos from Grad Ball 2013 at the Top of the Hub in the Prudential Center!
Thank you to the members of the 2014 Grad Ball Board for their work to provide this event to our community:
- Elizabeth Parolski, LSOE
- Vesi Hristova, GSSW
- Annie Kelly, LSOE
- Emily Pakstis, GSSW
- Kimberly Fralic, LSOE
- Emily Halstead, LSOE