A yearly tradition celebrating the hard work of our graduating seniors.
Senior Week 2014 will take place from May 12 – May 16, 2014. Undergraduate seniors who are graduating from Babson College are eligible to participate in the week of festivities. Senior Week Committee
members are busy mapping out the activities for the week. If you plan to participate in Senior Week, please check this site and your email including information about registration deadlines.
Ticket prices for this year's Senior Week will be $330 ($295 for the first 75 to sign up), and seniors will be able to purchase tickets beginning April 4, 2014 at the Senior Transitions Fair.
Senior Week Policies and Procedures
- Graduating seniors are eligible to register for Senior Week. Registered seniors will be given a wristband that in combination with government issued identification (passport, driver’s license or state identification card) will grant them access to all Senior Week events. Registration can be done online or in person at the designated times.
- Students who miss the published registration deadline may request to be placed on a waitlist. Waitlisted students will be notified if and when spaces are available but are not guaranteed access to Senior Week events. In case of extenuating circumstances that hinder a student’s ability to register for Senior Week by the published deadline, the student must contact the Senior Week Committee Advisor via email prior to the registration deadline.
- Individuals without Senior Week wristbands and government issued identification will not be admitted to events.
- Buying, selling, duplicating or transferring Senior Week wristbands is strictly prohibited.
- Fees for Senior Week are non-refundable after registration has closed and is a complete package, meaning no tickets will be sold for individual events. Students will not be refunded any money if they cancel past the deadline or if their participation is restricted by Babson College due to community standards violations. In the event that an activity is canceled or changed due to weather or unforeseen circumstances, every effort will be made to provide refunds if and only if refunds are provided to Babson by third party vendors.
- All bags and/or carry-on items brought to Senior Week events are subject to search.
- Consuming alcohol prior to events or ‘pre-gaming’ is highly discouraged. Students who are visibly intoxicated will not be admitted into events by Senior Week chaperones. Individuals found responsible for damages throughout the course of the week will be removed from events and charged a cleaning/repair fee.
- No tickets to individual events will be sold. However, registered Senior Week participants are allowed to purchase a ticket for one guest to attend the Senior Ball. A guest of a Senior Week participant at the Senior Ball is the responsibility of that Senior, who will be held accountable for the actions of their guest. Guests must have at least one form of government issued identification.
- Any student attending Senior Week must show respect to the Senior Week Staff (including but not limited to college staff, Senior Week committee members, faculty, volunteers and venue staff). Any harassment of, or altercation with the staff is grounds for immediate removal from the event and further disciplinary action. You are responsible for all of the information, policies and procedures about Senior Week on this website so please read through this site and registration forms referenced forms carefully.
Frequently Asked Questions
When does registration open for Senior Week?
April 4th at the Senior Transitions Fair
What is the registration deadline?
Where can I register for Senior Week?
A registration form will be available on Life@Babson on April 4th. Complete instructions on how to register and where to submit payment will be outlined on that form.
What does my registration get me?
Registered Senior Week participants receive a wristband that in conjunction with government issued identification provides you with access to ALL Senior Week festivities with expenses paid. Please note that all cash bars and personal purchases throughout the week at various events are not covered by the Senior Week registration fee.
What happens if I forgot to register for Senior Week?
If you forgot to register for Senior Week by the advertised deadline, email the Senior Week Committee at email@example.com to request to be placed on a waitlist. If and when spaces become available for Senior Week events, individuals will come off of the waitlist on a first come, first serve basis.
Once I have registered for Senior Week am I all set?
Once you have registered for Senior Week, please read through all information, policies and procedures on the Senior Week webpage. All participants must sign and return the Senior Week liability form prior to the first Senior Week event. If you are bringing a guest to the Senior Ball you must submit their name and a guest waiver form prior to the Ball. The Senior Week Advisor and Committee will work with all students to make sure follow up forms are completed and submitted prior to the events. It is your responsibility to read any emails and website updates prior to the Senior Week events.
Can I register someone else for Senior Week?
You cannot register for Senior Week on behalf of someone else. However, you can purchase a guest ticket to the Senior Ball.
What happens if I don’t pick up my registration materials and wristband?
Please plan to pick up your wristband on the day and time of Senior Week check-in. In the event that an extenuating circumstance prevents you from picking up your wristband, please contact the Senior Week Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org to make alternate arrangements. Wristbands must be picked up prior to arrival at a Senior Week event.
What if I cannot pay for Senior Week by the registration deadline?
If there are extenuating circumstances that make you unable to pay for Senior Week by the registration deadline, it is your responsibility to contact the Senior Week Committee Advisor at email@example.com PRIOR to the registration deadline to make alternate arrangements.
I lost my driver’s license; can I still attend events that serve alcohol?
To consume alcohol at any Senior Week event, you will need government issued identification (passport or state issued identification card) if you do not have a license.
Can I participate in Senior Week if I am not 21 years of age?
If you are not 21 years of age, please contact the Senior Week Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the registration deadline to better understand what events you would be able to participate in.
How do I cancel my reservation?
If you are unable to participate in Senior Week after registering for the week, please contact the Senior Week Committee at email@example.com as soon as possible. Refunds will not be given to any students after the registration deadline.
Can non-Babson students attend Senior Week?
Non-Babson students are eligible to attend the Senior Ball if a guest ticket is purchased for them by a Babson student host.
I lost an item during one of the Senior Week events, how can find it?
Please email the Senior Week Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What if I lose my wristband?
If you lose your Senior Week wristband, please contact the Senior Week Advisor AS SOON AS POSSIBLE at email@example.com.
Other Questions? Contact the Senior Week Committee.