Inspired by cura personalis, Student Affairs' programs and services seek to care for the entire person as they promote learning, health and wellness, leadership development, and community engagement for all students. 

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Alcohol & Drug Education
<p>Alcohol and Drug Education through the Office of Health Promotion helps students examine their use of alcohol and other drugs, make informed choices, and change behaviors if necessary.</p>
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<p>The Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center (BAIC) develops, implements, and coordinates programs designed to support the undergraduate community, with a particular focus on AHANA (people of African, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American descent) students.</p>
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Bias-Motivated Reporting Protocol
<p>Students are encouraged to report any suspected violations of the University's &quot;bias-motivated conduct&quot; policy by calling the Office of Student Conduct 617-552-3470,&nbsp;by emailing <a adhocenable="false" href=""></a> or by filling a&nbsp;<a href=";layout_id=1">report</a>.</p> <p>For additional information on the Hate Crimes and Bias Related Incidents Protocol visit the Office of Institutional Diversity&nbsp;<a adhocenable="false" href="">website</a>.&nbsp;</p> <p><a adhocenable="false" href=""><span class="btn btn-default btn-maroon">Office of Institutional Diversity Hate Crimes and Bias-Related Incidents Protocol</span></a></p> <p><a adhocenable="false" href=";layout_id=1"><span class="btn btn-default btn-maroon">Boston College Bias-Related Incident Report Form</span></a></p> <p><a adhocenable="false" href="/content/dam/bc1/offices/StudentAffairs/main/pdfs/process-chart.pdf"><span class="btn btn-default btn-maroon">Infographic of Hate Crimes and Bias-Related Reporting Process</span></a></p>
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Boston College Bands
<p>Student musicians can contribute their talents to a variety of ensembles run by Boston College Bands, including the 'Screaming Eagles' Marching Band, the BC bOp! Jazz Ensemble, and the University Wind Ensemble.</p>
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Bystander Intervention
<p>Bystander Intervention is a sexual assault prevention program that seeks to empower Boston College students to stand up and speak out to prevent instances of rape and sexual assault from occurring.</p>
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Campus Activities Board
<p>The Office of Student Involvement, Campus Activities Board is a student-led programming board that coordinates campus-wide events including concerts, the homecoming dance, trivia nights, off-campus trips to Boston, and more.&nbsp;</p>
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Career Services
<p>The Boston College Career Center offers a range of customized services designed to assist students during each stage of their career journey from individualized career coaching, to programming, to digital tools.</p>
Coping During COVID-19
<p>The following Coronavirus Anxiety workbook offers resources and guidance on ways to manage stress, anxiety, and build resilience during this time of uncertainty.</p>
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Counseling Services
<p>University Counseling Services provides students with professional and confidential mental health services, helping them overcome challenges and become more competent and confident in both their work and their relationships with others.</p>
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Cross Currents
<p>Cross Currents Seminars are one-credit courses that give upper-level undergraduate students the opportunity to delve more deeply into a topic they've encountered in another course and wish to explore further.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>
Disability Services
<p>The Disability Services Office empowers and assists students with disabilities in achieving their educational, career, and personal goals through the full range of institutional and community resources.</p>
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Diversity Edu
<p>Boston College has partnered with Diversity Edu, an online course that seeks to promote diversity and inclusion by teaching students skills in addressing unconscious biases and stereotypical thinking. The module takes approximately one hour to complete.&nbsp;</p>
Find A Space
<p>Whether it’s for studying, rehearsing, meeting, or socializing, discover spaces on campus that are available to you as well as details about amenities like food and drink offerings and printing stations.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
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Health Services
<p>University Health Services helps diagnose and treat any physical, emotional, or transitional issues students might have. Appointments are available Monday through Friday in the Outpatient Unit and after hours (during the academic year) in the Inpatient Unit.&nbsp;</p>
LGBTQ Resources
<p>The Office of the Dean of Students offers a variety of resources, including allies, for students who have questions regarding their sexual or gender identify or are looking for support in their journey towards becoming their most authentic selves. </p>
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Leadership Development
<p>The Leadership Development area in the Office of Student Involvement offers students opportunities to develop leadership skills and abilities through transformative, experiential programs.</p>
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Living and Learning Communities
<p>The Office of Residential Life offers eight Living and Learning Programs that provide students with unique residential opportunities based around a particular theme such as healthy living or sustainability.&nbsp;</p>
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Meet with the Student Affairs Leadership Team
<p>Do you have a question or concern and not sure where to go? The Student Affairs Leadership Team will be offering drop-in virtual office hours for the next few weeks. No appointment is necessary, feel free to just click on the link and you will be connected with one of the members of the&nbsp;Student Affairs&nbsp;Leadership Team.&nbsp;</p> <p>Mondays&nbsp;@ 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m.</p> <p>Thursdays&nbsp;@ 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m.</p> <p>Fridays&nbsp;@ 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.</p> <p><a href="">ZOOM LINK</a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
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Mission & Ministry
<p>The offices within the Division of Mission and Ministry work together to help foster a culture of formation among the faculty, administration, staff, and students. The University supports a robust liberal arts formative education.</p>
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Nutrition Counseling
<p>Through the Office of Health Promotion, a nutritionist is available to meet with individual students to educate and counsel them about healthy eating, food allergies, physical activity, weight management, and body image.</p>
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Off-Campus Housing
<p>The Office of Residential Life, Off Campus Living office provides information and resources to help students navigate and secure a rental property, find roommates, and stay connected to the Boston College community.</p>
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Options Through Education
<p>Options Through Education Transitional Summer Program is designed to ease the transition to Boston College for a select group of diverse students who have demonstrated potential and leadership in spite of challenging educational, personal, and financial circumstances.&nbsp;</p>
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Residential Life
<p>The Office of Residential Life strives to create a safe and welcoming environment for all students by engaging our residents on topics related to diversity and inclusion, faith and spirituality, responsible social activities, and academics.</p>
<p>Rise is a mentor program that matches small groups of women from the senior class with female faculty and staff members to challenge perceived cultural and social norms at BC that affect women's sense of self.</p>
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Robsham Theater
<p>The Robsham Theater Arts Center houses a variety of performing arts spaces used for dance, student-directed productions, theatre classes, lectures, and exhibits that engage the University community in meaningful discussion.&nbsp;</p>
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<p>The Boston College Sexual Assault Network (SANet) is a 24-hour hotline that connects those who have been directly or indirectly affected by sexual violence and/or intimate partner violence with advocates in the BC community.&nbsp;</p>
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Sexual Misconduct Policy and Resources
<p>The Office of Student Conduct offers resources and policies related to sexual assault as well as information on support services for victims, including the 24-hour hotline, SANet.&nbsp;</p>
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Student Conduct
<p>Members of the community can review the Student Code of Conduct, which outlines institutional rules and policies, and report a violation by visiting the Office of Student Conduct website.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>
Student Involvement
<p>The Office of Student Involvement provides co-curricular opportunities for students that foster leadership development, self-exploration, social interaction, and student formation. The office advises more than 150 student organizations.</p>
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Student Services
<p>The Office of Student Services consolidates the functions of the Registrar's, Financial Aid, Student Employment, Student Accounts, Student Loans, and Credit and Collections offices into one office in order to offer one-stop service for our students.</p>
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Wellness Coaching
<p>The Office of Health Promotion's Wellness Coach Institute trains student health coaches to engage with peers by conducting individual and group sessions to help manage stress, eat healthier, make low-risk choices around alcohol, and develop healthy sleep habits.</p>
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Women's Center
<p>The Women's Center&nbsp;is open to all students, faculty, and staff, and offers a comfortable atmosphere to seek information, find peer support, participate in programming, and meet new friends.</p>
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