Living away from home and adjusting to your new independence takes some time, but once you’re settled into your residence hall, you’ll find ample opportunities to learn and have fun on a campus that promotes diversity and student engagement in government, athletics, the arts, and the community.
The mission of Residence Education is to develop safe and inclusive residential campus communities.
There are many ways to get involved on campus, no matter what class year you are!
Residence Hall Council is a popular way to get involved in the first-year residence hall community. If you love meeting other people and planning events to bring together the first-year class, this is an opportunity you don’t want to miss. Keep an eye out during the first few weeks of the fall semester to learn how to run for a position or just attend a program.
After living on campus for a year, you are eligible to become a Resident Assistant (RA). The RA position is one of the top leadership opportunities on campus. RAs oversee a group of residents on a floor or in a tower, assisting with their college experience and creating opportunities for them to engage and learn from one another.
Bias Incident Response Policy
At Babson College, we believe that the diversity of our academic community makes for a richer educational experience and provides the necessary context to prepare our students to respectfully engage as leaders in business and in life.
As an inclusive global institution, we welcome and value Diversity of All Kinds and believe that all members of our community deserve to feel safe, supported, and respected on our campus.
Accordingly, Babson College will not tolerate acts of bias and/or hate that violate our core values and cause harm to our collective sense of community. Learn more about the Bias Incident Response Policy and Bias Incident Report Form.