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International Engagement

Global Engagement at Campus Recreation

In 2018, Boston College had more than 1,700 enrolled international students and approximately 278 international faculty and research scholars working on campus. At Campus Recreation, we aim to provide a foundational home for relationships and community through student employment opportunities; membershipsforeign language led Outdoor Adventure trips and group fitness classes; Intramurals; and open recreation hours for futsal, table tennis, and other international sports.

Memberships: All full-time BC undergraduate students are automatically members of Campus Recreation. All other Boston College students (Graduate/Evening College/Exchange/Part-time/College of Advancing Studies) currently enrolled in a degree-granting program and currently registered for classes, and spouses thereof, may purchase a membership by presenting a valid Boston College Eagle-One ID card (obtainable in Lyons Hall). Faculty and staff must also purchase a membership.

Foreign Language Led Trips/Classes: When Outdoor Adventures runs foreign lanauge led trips, it will be indicated on the list of trips. These trips are offered at different rates. Group fitness classes are free for all members. When a class will be led in a foreign language, it will be indicated on the schedule.

Intramurals: BC intramurals are open to all students, faculty, and staff (with a Campus Rec membership) at Boston College and, with a few exceptions, these activities are free of charge. List of upcoming phases and sports offered can be found on the Intramurals page.

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Campus Recreation is always looking for new ways to engage all members of the Boston College community. We would love to hear your ideas on how to improve or expand our offerings of programs, classes, and sports to be more welcoming and inclusive.