Campus Ministry

Connect with others and grow in faith in our interfaith ministry, men’s and women’s spirituality groups, and a variety of retreats! Learn how to get involved in liturgical ministry as a lector, communion minister, altar server, hospitality minister or by joining the Chapel Choir! We also offer Sacramental Preparation for anyone interested in receiving first Eucharist or Confirmation.

Clubs & Organizations

If you’re looking for a new way to explore your passions, student clubs on campus are the best place to start. Whether you’re interested in painting or politics, singing or social activism, you can be sure there will be plenty of opportunities to get involved when you arrive on campus this fall.

Intercultural Affairs

Intercultural Affairs hosts a variety of diversity and inclusion events such as heritage month celebrations, training and workshops, and the DiverCity Festival – a large cultural show. They also support many student leadership and engagement opportunities such as Advocates for a Brighter Stonehill (ABS), the Intercultural Experience Program (IXP), and identity-based dialogue groups. Incoming first-year students have an opportunity to be matched with a mentor through engagement in the IXP Program and/or the BACES Mentoring Program (Black, Indigenous, People of Color Achieving Connection & Empowerment at Stonehill).

Intercultural Experience Program (IXP)

The Intercultural Experience Program (IXP) is an opportunity for first-year students to begin to build their community and explore identity and inclusion through a mix of social activities and discussion groups. Each participant will be matched with a "Big Sibling," a trained upper-class student leader, who will serve as a mentor and guide for them as they begin their journey at Stonehill. IXP will be held from August 23-25, 2024. For more information, please email diversity@stonehill.edu or visit us in Duffy 149. To register for this program, please complete the form below.

Service & Community Engagement

Our students live Stonehill’s commitment to social justice and belief in the inherent dignity of each person through a wide array of programs. Each year, Stonehill students engage in community service opportunities within Campus Ministry in our H.O.P.E. Service Immersion Program and our L.I.G.H.T. Community Engagement Program. Come learn more about our partners and ways to serve!

Cheerleading Team Tryouts

Tryouts for the Cheerleading Team will be held on Tuesday, June 27, and Friday, June 30, from 4–5:30 p.m. in the Sally Blair Ames Sports Complex.

Please email Ariana Gulbis, head coach, at agulbis@stonehill.edu with any questions.

Dance Team Tryouts

Please email Head Coach Michelle Montinieri at mmontinieri1@stonehill.edu with questions about Dance Team tryouts.

Screeching Skyhawk Athletic Band

The new Screeching Skyhawk Athletic Band will help lead our new NCAA Division I teams to victory. This band will rev up the crowd with the sounds of classic rock, funk, R&B, and stadium anthems. The band currently plays at all home volleyball and basketball games, with the intent to support all teams in the future.

If you are interested in joining, email Matthew Visconti at mvisconti@stonehill.edu and plan to register for the corresponding course, VPM 134B Athletic Band.

Stonehill Concert Ensemble

The Stonehill Concert Ensemble is a traditional-style concert ensemble for experienced wind, percussion and string musicians. The ensemble performs a variety of musical styles each semester.

If you are interested in joining, email Matthew Visconti at mvisconti@stonehill.edu and plan to register for the corresponding course, VPM 134A Concert Ensemble.

Contact us with questions about Orientation.

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The Office of Student Engagement provides opportunities that will empower students to create a fun and positive campus community. The office enjoys a strong working and advising relationship with the Student Government Association, class committees and many of the student clubs and organizations.