Each year the COF Directors of Student Activities and members of the Student Advisory Board plan events for COF students. Events include:
COF Block Party
An annual event to kick off the year! Join hundreds of students from the COF in early September for food, giveaways, novelties, and vendors from around Boston, including Boston Sports Club, Smoothie King, Fire and Ice, and Zipcar.
COF’s Got Talent
In its second year, COF students showcase their talents, and provide a night of entertainment, while competing for top honors. If you love dancing, singing, beatboxing, or playing instruments, you will not want to miss this November tradition.
Staying in Boston for Thanksgiving? Sponsored by the Residential Life Committee, join COF students at MCPHS for the annual Thanksgiving Dinner.
Explore New England skiing and snowboarding with fellow COF students on this annual trip. This low cost getaway always fills up fast and features a different resort each year.
Each year the COF Student Advisory Board plans a series of April events to end the spring semester. Enjoy the warmer weather and make a trip around to the different campuses as they feature free novelties, a carnival, a band, or a comedian.
Other Signature Programs
Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast
Each year members of the COF Human Resources Committee, Student Affairs and Colleges of the Fenway staff host a staff and faculty breakfast to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. A keynote speaker, student essay and creative expression contest winner and performing artists delight the audience during this anticipated program.
Admissions officers from across the Colleges of the Fenway host a tour exclusively for private and public high school counselors each year. The Counselor Tour includes campus tours at all six institutions, a student panel, discussion, and lunch.
Experience one of Boston’s largest academic collaborations, the Colleges of the Fenway. The consortium provides students with unique opportunities to cross-register for courses,share educational resources, and attend various social activities at the participating colleges. Space is limited to two representatives per institution.
Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions that you may have about our upcoming program.
High School Visits
We are more than happy to accommodate requests for high schools who would like to visit the Colleges of the Fenway. Please note that we can accommodate a maximum of 50 people including counselors. A minimum of four weeks’ notice is needed to plan this tour.The two and a half hour tour provides a quick glimpse of the offerings of the Colleges of the Fenway campuses. Due to short time constraints, each campus will focus on one aspect of their campus life (ex. dining hall, dorm, library, sports, etc.)
To schedule a tour, please contact email@example.com with your request.