Led by ROTC students, band members, and cheerleaders, over 2,000 first-year Boston College students paraded down Linden Lane with several hoisting banners plastered with their dorm names for the first time in two years on Thursday.
Service and study abroad: two things BC students love. The McGillycuddy-Logue Program encourages students to do both during their time as undergraduates.
Nearly a third of Boston College graduates entering volunteer positions choose to do so with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.
Mentorship Through the Arts, a volunteer program founded by junior Meredith Smith, helps local public schools provide an arts education by putting BC students in art workshops for K-4 students, a valuable service for schools that have seen arts funding cut.
BC Social Justice Coalition provides advocacy resources for students and faculty interested in a variety of issues.