Welcome to the Office of AHANA Student Programs. We are located at 72 College Road, Thea Bowman Center. Our office is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. Our office is here to service the needs of all students, with a particular focus on AHANA, Multicultural and Multi-ethnic students. Whether it is meeting with a college counselor regarding your academic success or getting involved in leadership activities on campus, we are here to help you excel! To contact our office, click here.
The OASP Mini feed is a web page that is updated regulary and contains information regarding upcoming events on campus, job opportunities, scholarships, and fellowships. Please click here for more information.
Upcoming OASP Events and Co-Sponsorships
What is race?
Why do we “do” race?
What does this have to do with me?
The Racial Identity Development Experience (R.I.D.E.) is an overnight retreat to explore who you are, the impact of race on your personal identity, and how it all relates to your time at BC and beyond. Get away from campus and join other BC students to slow down and reflect on your life, engage in great conversation, and have some fun!
YOU CAN STILL REGISTER FOR THE RIDE RETREAT!
MLK Scholarship Award Winner: Patience Marks, CSON 2015
Dr. Brown Award Winner: Cristian Lopez, A&S 2014
Karen Campbell Severin Book Award Winners
Yanyi Weng (LSOE 2015) --- Yanyi is majoring in Psychology and Human Development/Minor Philosophy and Special Education, she was a Chinatown representative on the Mayor’s Youth Council. She communicated and connected with other communities for a better teen network. Yanyi was also a part of the Freshmen Leadership project here at Boston College; she served food to the homeless, Aids patients, and packed clothes at Cradles for Crayons. Last but not least, she participated in the Prisoner Arts Outreach Program, where she planned and facilitated workshops for female prisoners.
Ricardo Alberto (A&S 2016) --- Ricardo is majoring in International Studies, Political Science Concentration/Pre Law, he was a Corps member of Jumpstart, implemented a nationally standardized lesson plan for Castle Square Preschool in Boston. Ricardo also traveled to Kingston Jamaica for a Service Immersion trip, he taught students in an inner city school, assisted with children that had physical disabilities. Also visited a nursing home where he fed the elderly, read to them and shared stories. Lastly, he was a participant in the Freshman Leadership Project. Ricardo lived in a public hostel located downtown Boston and served the ones he lived amongst.