Residence Hall Association
office of residential life
The Boston College Residence Hall Association recognizes living on campus to be an essential part of the collegiate experience. Our student run organization works to create a positive living environment through providing students with programming opportunities, advocacy outlets, and community service events. RHA functions to promote leadership development, personal growth, and works to create a BC community that feels like home.
Hall Councils are residence hall community governments in the first year halls. Each council is student run, and works to provide programming and advocacy efforts within each specific hall. Elections are run during the start of the Fall semester and provide first year students with opportunities for leadership development, programming experience, and community engagement.
While RHA holds countless community service and advocacy opportunities throughout the year, some of our marquee programming events include:
- BC Street
- Neon Night
- BC Boardwalk
- BC's Got Talent
Be on the lookout for flyers throughout the semester with more information!
Interested in getting involved with RHA? Come join us for our bi-weekly General Body Meetings on Monday nights at 7:30 in McGuinn 121. For more information please contact the RHA President at email@example.com. Hope to see you soon!
Share your love and support all year long with the Boston College care package program. A care package is the best way to remind your student that you are thinking of them on a birthday, a holiday, and during final exams. A care package says it all.
Each of our care packages are loaded with all of your student's favorite snacks, including fresh baked cakes or cookies, fresh fruit, candy bars, and more! The best part is that you can include your own personal note to your student in every package. Don't just show them how much you care, tell them!
Packages are order through Our Campus Market. The image above will link you to their webpage (http://www.ocm.com/ZBC/carepackages). You can also reach them by phone at: 1-877-942-7887.
Spring 2019 Semester meeting times:
- General Body Meetings: Every other Monday from 8-9 PM in Devlin 008
- E-Board Meetings: Mondays 7-8 PM in Gabelli 511
- Community Engagement Council Meetings: Sundays 8-9 PM in Gabelli 511
- Fellowship Council Meetings: Sundays 7-8 PM in Gabelli 511
- Marketing Council Meetings: Wednesdays 6-7 PM in Gabelli 511
- Sophomore Leadership Council Meetings: Mondays 9-10 PM in Gabelli 511
- Student Programming Council Meetings: Mondays 9-10 PM in Gabelli 511