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Welcome to the Boston College Republicans

As representatives of the Republican Party on campus, we stand for limited government and free markets. We believe that the American ideals of freedom and liberty, enshrined in our founding documents, are what make our nation the greatest in the history of the world.

While our events will reflect these beliefs, we welcome people of all political persuasions to our events and meetings. 

In addition to events such as guest speakers and club meetings, we also work to provide opportunities volunteering on Republican campaigns in Massachusetts and other internship/career opportunities in the political sphere.

If you'd like to be added to our mailing list or have any questions about the club, feel free to email us at bostoncollege.republicans@gmail.com

Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you at our events this year!

- The Boston College Republicans Executive Board

 

 

Portal Information

Description

We represent the Republican Party to the student body of Boston College and promote the interest of the Republican Party on campus.

Category

Political

Primary Contact Name

The primary contact should be the organization leader (president, director, chair, ect.)

Michael Crupi

Primary Contact Title (e.g. President)

President

Additional Contact Name

Mariella Rutigliano

Faculty/Staff Advisor Name

Your faculty/staff advisor is NOT your Office of Student Involvement contact.

Marc Landy

Faculty/Staff Advisor School/Department

Political Science

Organization Mission Statement

We are a collective group of students that believe in many of the Republican Party's values, which include small government, individual liberty, a strong military, and a strong economy. We work to promote these values on campus through events such as speakers, debates, and general meetings.

We provide members with the opportunity to volunteer and intern with local and national politicians, with the goal of not only helping to elect conservatives, but also to offer valuable experience for students looking to enter the world of politics after graduation.

We strive to inform club members of important issues, and welcome open political debate.

We also believe in the social aspect of a college organization, and work to create a community of conservatives on campus.