Over one hundred and fifty student clubs thrive at Boston College. From the Accounting Academy to the Vietnamese Student Association; from the Marketing Academy to the Karate Club, there are a myriad of opportunities for students to get involved at any level of desired participation.
The culturally-rich location of the campus allows an infusion of local influences into student clubs. Often club members interface with the larger Boston community and area schools resulting in highly collaborative and successful events. Whether it’s the College Democrats club hosting Howard Dean, the BC MBA 5K raising funds for autism research, or winning the international Dalhousie Business Ethics Case Competition, club members continually reach far outside campus boundaries and are vibrant contributors to the BC community.
In addition to the many business-orientated clubs on campus, the Carroll School supports the very active Graduate Management Student Association (GMA), an internal organization devoted to issues relevant to academic affairs, student funds, local charities, and social events geared for graduate students.