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  • Exciting High School Summer Programs | Academic Immersion Student Housing At BU Summer Term
    Policies Student Conduct Planned Program Activities Free Time Family Friend Visits Honors RISE Summer Challenge Summer Preview Academic Immersion For Parents Guardians Admitted Students Student Services Academic Health Wellness Travel to Campus Check in Departure Information Honors RISE Summer Challenge Summer Preview Academic Immersion What to Bring Where to Purchase Items About Boston Contact Us Request a Brochure Request a Brochure Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Academic Immersion Housing Dining Residential Students High school students live together as a community in Boston University s Warren Towers residence hall Located right in the heart of campus Warren Towers consists of three separate towers of dormitory rooms multiple study areas and a TV lounge Young men and women live in separate towers usually two students to a room Please note that some students may be in singles and some may be in triples You can see a 360 degree view of where high school students live by following the link to a Boston University Warren Towers dormitory room If you are attending one of our programs with a friend you may request to room together Each student must mutually indicate your request to Summer Term to be considered when assignments are made Requests must be made by the date indicated in your acceptance packet Please note that rooming requests are not guaranteed Warren Towers has 24 hour security and Boston University live in residential staff Carefully selected Program Assistants also live in the residences and provide students with guidance as they adapt to college life They coordinate social outings and ensure that students are back in the residence at curfew Warren Towers has air conditioning in some study areas and the television room but not in the dorm rooms or other areas of the building

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  • High School Summer Programs: Academic Immersion FAQ For BU Summer Term
    required to live in the dorms on campus What AIM programs are offered in 2016 During summer 2016 BU Summer Term High School Programs is offering AIM Introduction to Medicine in partnership with the Department of Medical Sciences Education at the Boston University School of Medicine For more information about this program visit the AIM Introduction to Medicine webpage What are the admissions criteria The most attention is given to your high school transcript We require a minimum high school GPA of 3 3 with proven success in science courses A positive recommendation involvement in extracurricular activities and a well written personal statement are also taken into account Can I earn college credit by participating in the AIM program No AIM is non credit At the end of the summer students will receive a certificate of completion What does the total charge include The total charge includes tuition housing meals scheduled activities and textbooks Can international students participate Yes international students are welcome to join the program Where can I get an application for the AIM program Applications are available on the How to Apply page How many students attend the AIM program The 2016 AIM Introduction to Medicine program is accepting approximately 40 students Do you have a specific format for the teacher recommendation letter Yes we do You can find the Teacher Recommendation Form on our website Is there any financial aid There is no financial aid for the Academic Immersion program Can I check and see if my application is complete We will send you a confirmation email once your application is complete However feel free to call our office at 617 353 1378 or email us at summerhs bu edu to check on your application status How long after I send in my application should I expect a response Decisions will be emailed to applicants within one month of the deadline March 16 Is there a curfew Yes The students must be in the dorm by 11 pm during the week Sunday through Thursday and midnight on weekends Friday and Saturday Students are then free to visit with friends in the common areas on the fourth floor until 1 am during the week Sunday through Thursday and 2 am on weekends Friday and Saturday Are students free to leave campus We arrange a planned activity once a weekend and a few additional activities throughout the program to help students get to know each other the campus and Boston All planned activities are mandatory However during free time students can leave campus as long as they have at least one other program participant with them and let a Program Assistant know they are leaving All students must be back in the dorm by curfew Can a parent visit a student during the program If a parent or guardian is in town and would like to spend time with his or her son or daughter or if the student would like to visit relatives or family friends within

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  • Choosing Summer College Courses | Summer College Programs | Boston University Summer Term
    if you have any questions about which summer college courses to choose or if you are not sure about what you are best prepared to take We have a lot of experience and we can recommend a combination that will be interesting fun and useful to you when you get to college Below is a list of tips we put together to help you select your summer college courses High School Honors residential students take two courses Commuter students can opt to enroll in either one or two courses for a minimum of 4 credits International students are required to enroll in two courses for 8 credits All of the courses listed on the High School Honors course selection page have been approved for high school students Some of these courses e g more advanced computer science courses also require departmental approval Please contact our office if you have any questions about your eligibility to take a course 100 200 level courses are your best option They are the most likely to help you complete your freshman year course requirements or get ahead on college major prerequisites Courses at the 300 level and higher are college junior level and up A few 300 level or higher courses may be appropriate for you If you want to take one of these courses please contact us and we can discuss your options Remember that summer courses are intensive as the session is only six weeks long We suggest planning a balanced schedule one academically challenging course and another course with which you may already have some experience We will review your courses when you register and contact you if we think you might be headed for an overly stressful summer All Summer Term courses are assigned a college and departmental code a three digit course number and a section identifier For example CAS EC101S B1 means that the course is offered in the College of Arts Sciences CAS by the Economics Department EC The course number 101 indicates it is an introductory course the S indicates it is a summer course and section B1 indicates it is offered in Summer 2 Please see Course Numbers for further information on the numbering system Discussion sections or labs can be numbered B2 or B3 Please note If a course has multiple sections such as a lecture and a lab you must list both sections on the registration form When a course has an IND descriptor after the section identifier this indicates that there are no additional course components Do not sign up for a course if it has prerequisites that you have not taken This is especially true for science courses for example Calculus II requires Calculus I If you think you meet the prerequisites for a course based on AP coursework please contact our office to confirm Do not sign up for a course that you will take in high school for AP credit since you will not be able to transfer credits

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  • Summer Programs For College Students | Summer Course Numbers For BU Summer Term
    School Honors Course Numbers and College Abbreviations Course Codes All Summer Term courses are assigned a college and departmental code a three digit course number and a section identifier For example CAS EC101S B1 means that the course is offered in the College of Arts Sciences CAS by the Economics Department EC The course number 101 indicates it is an introductory course the S indicates it is a summer course and section B1 indicates it is offered in Summer 2 Discussion and or lab sections may be indicated by a B2 or B3 section Please note If a course has multiple sections such as a lecture and a lab you must list both sections on the registration form When a course has an IND descriptor after the section identifier this indicates that there are no additional course components Course Number Level 000 099 Non degree credit 100 199 Introductory or general undergraduate 200 299 Intermediate undergraduate 300 499 Advanced undergraduate Boston University School and College Abbreviations Abbreviation Description Address AAS African American Studies 138 Mountfort Street ASC African Studies Center 264 270 Bay State Road 4th Floor BRB Biology Research Building 5 Cummington Street BSC Biological Science Center 2 Cummington Street BUT BU Huntington Theatre 260 266 Huntington Avenue CAD Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders 648 Beacon Street CAS College of Arts and Sciences 685 725 Commonwealth Avenue CFA College of Fine Arts 855 Commonwealth Avenue CGS College of General Studies 871 Commonwealth Avenue CNS Cognitive and Neural Systems 677 Beacon Street COM College of Communication 640 Commonwealth Avenue CRW Crew Boathouse 619 Memorial Drive CSE Case Physical Education Center 285 Babcock Street EGL English Faculty Offices 236 Bay State Road EIB Editorial Institute Building 143 Bay State Road EIL Eilberg Lounge Case Center 285 Babcock Street EMA Engineering Manufacturing Annex 730 Commonwealth Avenue EMB Engineering Manufacturing Building 15 St Mary s Street ENG College of Engineering 110 112 Cummington Street EOP Center for English Language 890 Commonwealth Avenue ERA Engineering Research Annex 48 Cummington Street ERB Engineering Research Building 44 Cummington Street FLR Fuller Building 808 Commonwealth Avenue FOB Faculty Office Building Alden Hall 704 Commonwealth Avenue FRC Fitness and Recreation Center 915 Commonwealth Avenue GCB General Classroom Building 750 Commonwealth Avenue GMS Graduate Medical Sciences 715 Albany Street GRS Graduate School of Arts and Sciences 705 Commonwealth Avenue GSU George Sherman Union 775 Commonwealth Avenue HIS History and American Studies Departments 226 Bay State Road IEC International Education Center 888 Commonwealth Avenue IRB International Relations Building 154 Bay State Road IRC International Relations Center 152 Bay State Road JSC CAS Judaic Studies Center 147 Bay State Road KCB Kenmore Classroom Building 565 Commonweatlh Avenue LAW Law School 765 Commonwealth Avenue LNG Modern Foreign Languages 718 Commonwealth Avenue LSE Life Science and Engineering Building 24 Cummington Street MAR Marsh Chapel 735 Commonwealth Avenue MCS Math Computer Science 111 Cummington Street MED School of Medicine 715 Albany Street MET Metropolitan College 755 Commonwealth Avenue MOR Morse Auditorium 602 Commonwealth

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  • Grades & Transcripts | High School Honors Summer Program | Boston University Summer Term
    Calendar Day in the Life Schedule of Social Events Tuition Fees Aid How to Apply How to Pay Information for International Students Housing Dining FAQ Summer Preview Seminars Calendar Day in the Life Residential Day in the Life Commuter Schedule of Social Events Tuition Fees Aid How to Apply How to Pay Information for International Students Housing Dining FAQ Program Policies Student Conduct Planned Program Activities Free Time Family Friend Visits Honors RISE Summer Challenge Summer Preview Academic Immersion For Parents Guardians Admitted Students Student Services Academic Health Wellness Travel to Campus Check in Departure Information Honors RISE Summer Challenge Summer Preview Academic Immersion What to Bring Where to Purchase Items About Boston Contact Us Request a Brochure Request a Brochure Apply Now Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter High School Honors Grades Transcripts To view your grades or have BU transcripts sent to your school or prospective colleges follow the instructions below Don t hesitate to contact us with any questions Viewing Your Grades Students may view and print their grade reports using the Student Link To access the Student Link you need your BU ID login name and Kerberos password If you are unable to access the Student Link contact our office High School Honors students will have access to the Student Link for a limited time after the program ends Requesting an Official Transcript Students may request an official transcript using the Student Link A transcript fee is charged for all official transcripts When you no longer have access to the Student Link please refer to the Registrar s office website for complete information on how to order an official transcript Official and unofficial transcripts can also be obtained in person at the Registrar s office during regular business hours A

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  • High School Honors Program Calendar For BU Summer Term
    the Life Residential Day in the Life Commuter Schedule of Social Events Tuition Fees Aid How to Apply How to Pay Housing Dining RISE Alumni FAQ Summer Challenge Seminars Calendar Day in the Life Schedule of Social Events Tuition Fees Aid How to Apply How to Pay Information for International Students Housing Dining FAQ Summer Preview Seminars Calendar Day in the Life Residential Day in the Life Commuter Schedule of Social Events Tuition Fees Aid How to Apply How to Pay Information for International Students Housing Dining FAQ Program Policies Student Conduct Planned Program Activities Free Time Family Friend Visits Honors RISE Summer Challenge Summer Preview Academic Immersion For Parents Guardians Admitted Students Student Services Academic Health Wellness Travel to Campus Check in Departure Information Honors RISE Summer Challenge Summer Preview Academic Immersion What to Bring Where to Purchase Items About Boston Contact Us Request a Brochure Request a Brochure Apply Now Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter High School Honors 2016 Academic Calendar When making travel arrangements please keep the following in mind Students check in at Warren Towers 700 Commonwealth Avenue between noon and 4 pm on Sunday July 3 2016 Student orientation begins promptly at 4 30 pm Commuter students are required to attend this meeting Final examinations are typically given on the last day of class so students should arrange to leave the last day of their classes Students are allowed to stay in their dorms until 10 am on Saturday August 13 2016 High School Honors Program Academic Calendar Program Starts Sunday July 3 2016 Classes Begin Tuesday July 5 2016 Substitute schedule of classes Monday schedule Friday July 8 2016 Last Day to Register Add Courses Friday July 8 2016 Last Day to Drop Without a W Grade

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  • A Day in the Life of a High School Honors Summer Program Residential Student At BU Summer Term
    Fees Aid How to Apply How to Pay Information for International Students Housing Dining FAQ Summer Preview Seminars Calendar Day in the Life Residential Day in the Life Commuter Schedule of Social Events Tuition Fees Aid How to Apply How to Pay Information for International Students Housing Dining FAQ Program Policies Student Conduct Planned Program Activities Free Time Family Friend Visits Honors RISE Summer Challenge Summer Preview Academic Immersion For Parents Guardians Admitted Students Student Services Academic Health Wellness Travel to Campus Check in Departure Information Honors RISE Summer Challenge Summer Preview Academic Immersion What to Bring Where to Purchase Items About Boston Contact Us Request a Brochure Request a Brochure Apply Now Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter High School Honors A Day in the Life of a Residential High School Honors Student What is your day like as a High School Honors student at Boston University That depends on your courses When choosing your courses take note of what days and times they meet That is your class schedule for the six weeks of the program Meals are offered in the Fresh Food Company at Warren Towers which offers a large assortment of cuisines for all tastes including vegetarian and vegan options The dining staff can also help if you have food allergies or other dietary restrictions While at Boston University you share dorm life and social activities with students from the Research in Science Engineering RISE program To help you get to know everyone the BU campus and Boston we plan a variety of fun group events during the first week After that each weekend has a planned activity that everyone participates in along with some optional activities during the week Your weeknights are free for homework impromptu activities and time

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  • A Day in the Life of a High School Honors Summer Program Commuting Student At BU Summer Term
    Conduct Planned Program Activities Free Time Family Friend Visits Honors RISE Summer Challenge Summer Preview Academic Immersion For Parents Guardians Admitted Students Student Services Academic Health Wellness Travel to Campus Check in Departure Information Honors RISE Summer Challenge Summer Preview Academic Immersion What to Bring Where to Purchase Items About Boston Contact Us Request a Brochure Request a Brochure Apply Now Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter High School Honors A Day in the Life of a Commuting High School Honors Student What can you expect as a High School Honors commuter student at Boston University That depends on your course s Commuter students can opt to take either one or two courses for a minimum of 4 credits When choosing your courses take note of which days and times they meet That is your class schedule for the 6 weeks of the program Commuter students are not on a meal plan but they are able to dine with friends by purchasing meals at the food court in the George Sherman Union hours vary by individual restaurant or at Warren Towers which offers a wide variety of cuisines for all tastes including vegetarian and vegan options The dining staff can also help if you have food allergies or other dietary restrictions While studying at Boston University as a commuter you will attend social activities with your High School Honors peers and Research in Science Engineering RISE program students Commuter students are expected to check in on Sunday July 3rd where you will obtain your BU Photo Terrier ID card and BU login account and to attend orientation which begins at 4 30 pm You will also meet your assigned Program Assistant To help you get to know everyone the BU campus and Boston we

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