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  • High School Honors Summer Program Schedule of Social Events | Boston University Summer Term
    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 Schedule of Social Events Outings to Faneuil Hall and Newbury Street movie and game nights in the dorm basketball at FitRec or ultimate frisbee on the Boston Common These are just a few of the activities that students might participate in as part of the High School Honors Program Program events help orient you to the city of Boston and help you get to know the other students in the program building a strong social community And they re fun Take a look at the schedule of events from last summer it will give you an idea of how you can spend your time when you are here Events listed are mandatory group activities unless otherwise noted High School Honors students join with RISE students for all activities Optional and impromptu events planned by the Program Assistants and staff also take place throughout the summer Sample High School Honors Program Schedule from 2015 Please note that this is a sample schedule from 2015 and activities may be different this summer Sunday June 28 Check in at Warren Towers Student Orientation Dinner in the Warren Towers Dining Room Public Safety Talk Floor meeting with Program and Resident Assistants Monday June 29 First Day of Class Good Luck Mandatory for International Students Only You must check in with the International Students and Scholars Office ISSO Please bring your BU Photo ID original passport and student visa Ice Night Ice Breakers and Ice Cream Wednesday July 1 Optional Activity Newbury Street Friday July 3 Optional Activity Faneuil Hall Saturday July 4 Enjoy a day off from class and lab Optional Activity

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  • High School Honors Summer Program Tuition, Aid, & Payment | Boston University Summer Term
    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 Tuition Fees Aid Tuition Fees Application Fee non refundable 50 Tuition for 8 credits 5 120 Service Fees 470 Student Health Services co pay fee for each visit 25 Room Board Options 14 Meals per Week 2 430 88 19 Meals per Week 2 641 88 Please note There may also be additional fees such as a 200 laboratory fee for science courses There is a co pay fee of 25 for each time a student visits Student Health Services Room Board fees are for the entire 6 week session Students interested in commuting should follow the commuting guidelines If you have any questions please contact the program staff at summerhs bu edu Note Application fees are non refundable No refund or reduction in Service Fees will be made for a student who arrives to the program late leaves the program early or is dismissed from the program due to a violation of the program guidelines The tuition refund deadline is July 11 Financial Aid Limited financial aid is available for the High School Honors Program Please note Awards cover partial tuition only and are based on both financial need and academic merit If you would like to be considered for financial aid please enclose the following with your application Pages 1 and 2 of

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  • Summer High School Honors Program | How to Pay | Boston University Summer Term
    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 How to Pay Boston University offers a variety of payment options for those attending the High School Honors program You will need your Boston University ID number to pay We will email you your BU ID number within two weeks of our receipt of your Letter of Intent and Registration Form Please note International students are also required to submit their Immunization Record before they can be registered for the program and receive a BU ID number Electronic Payment If paying by credit card please go to bu edu payment Payment by Check If you are not able to complete payment online or prefer to pay by check make out your check to Boston University Please write the student s name BU ID number and HSH in the memo line and mail to Boston University Summer Term High School Honors Program 755 Commonwealth Avenue Room B05 Boston MA 02215 Wire Transfers Boston University offers two options for international payments of a student account balance peerTransfer Flywire and Western Union Business Solutions These vendors both provide a tailored interface for international payments to BU Use of either of these services will generally result in a lower exchange rate and or total transaction cost for the student than payment by bank

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  • Summer High School Honors Program Information for International Students | Boston University Summer Term
    Foreign Language TOEFL of 84 on the Internet based TOEFL iBT 7 on the International English Language Testing System IELTS Visa Information The High School Honors Program is a full time academic summer program International students i e not a citizen or permanent resident of the United States who are coming to the United States for the purpose of participating in the High School Honors Program must have an F 1 student visa In order to receive a student visa you must apply for an I 20 from Boston University which requires international students to take eight credits two courses Please follow the instructions below in order to apply for your I 20 and F 1 student visa We encourage international High School Honors students to apply early to ensure timely processing of the VISA documents How to Apply for an I 20 Applying for your I 20 Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant F 1 Student Status Applying for the I 20 is the first step to receiving an F 1 student visa International students must be registered full time eight credits for summer study at Boston University in order to be issued an I 20 To apply for an I 20 international students must submit all of the following If you are not currently in the United States or are in the United States in another immigration status other than F 1 please submit the following documents International Student Data Form A bank statement or letter in English from your financial institution stating that you or your sponsor have sufficient funds to cover your summer expenses 9 456 for the High School Honors Program Financial Sponsorship Certification needs to accompany all other financial documents if you will be sponsored by a family member or other individual Copy of valid passport including copy of data page and passport expiration date Copy of the most recent U S Port of Entry stamp in your passport and any other relevant immigration documents only required if you are currently in the U S If you are currently on an F 1 visa from a U S High School please submit the following documents International Student Data Form Copy of valid passport including copy of data page and passport expiration date Copy of the most recent U S Port of Entry stamp in your passport and other relevant immigration documents only required if you are currently in the U S Copy of your F 1 student visa Copies of ALL of your I 20s Note All of the above documents need to be sent with your completed application For admitted international students an I 20 will be mailed to you via FedEx approximately three weeks from when you inform us that you will be attending the High School Honors program All international materials and forms must be submitted to our office for us to process an I 20 Once you have received the I 20 you will need to pay the SEVIS fee and

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  • Exciting High School Summer Programs | High School Honors Program Housing At BU Summer Term
    Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter High School Honors 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 Dorm rooms can get hot so we strongly recommend that students bring a fan with them or buy one when they arrive on campus High school students eat their meals at the Fresh Food Company at Warren Towers a dining hall located on the fourth floor of your residence The menu choices include restaurant style meals vegetarian and vegan options freshly made

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  • High School Honors Summer Program FAQ For BU Summer Term
    decisions within three weeks of receipt of your completed application Once I am accepted into the High School Honors Program am I required to go to the program Is acceptance binding Acceptance is not binding You can either accept or decline our offer of admission We ask that you inform us of your decision as soon as possible after you receive your acceptance packet What courses will be offered in the 2016 High School Honors Program Click here to view a full list of over 80 courses What is the schedule for classes in the High School Honors Program Your schedule depends on the courses you choose Please visit A Day in the Life Residential or A Day in the Life Commuter to get a feel for what your schedule will be like You can find the days and times of courses listed at the end of each course description How long is each class meeting in the High School Honors Program Class times vary in length depending on how many days per week they meet The hours each class meets are listed at the end of each course description How many courses do High School Honors students take 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 How many credits do High School Honors students earn High School Honors residential students can earn between 6 and 8 credits Commuter students can earn between 4 and 8 credits depending on the number and type of courses they take What is the cost of the High School Honors Program Please see the Tuition Fees Aid page for a detailed description of the cost of attending the High School Honors Program Is there financial aid available Yes limited financial aid is available Please note that awards cover partial tuition only and are based on a combination of need and academic merit Please click here to learn how to apply for financial aid Commuter students who enroll in one four credit course and international students are not eligible for financial aid How do I pay There are several methods of payment for the High School Honors Program Please see How to Pay for a detailed description of your options Do you offer any SAT preparation courses during the summer No we do not offer SAT preparation courses Will the credits I earn in the High School Honors Program be transferable Most colleges will accept Boston University credit You should speak directly with schools you may attend for confirmation Do you take students to visit other colleges No we do not travel as a group to visit area colleges but you may arrange your own visits within the Boston area during your free time We do offer a college workshop with our Office of Admissions Is there a curfew Yes Students must be in the

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  • Courses | Pre-College Online Learning at BU Summer Term
    memoir is a literary genre that aims to transform the writer s personal experiences into compelling prose to delight enthrall disturb and challenge its readers The most important goal of the class is to practice writing memoirs but along the way the class inspires you with diverse examples of memoir writing considers the ethical limits of memoir how much can you fill in the blanks before nonfiction becomes fiction and teaches you about the key building blocks that are important to all creative writing including plot character dialogue imagery and detail Assignments include short readings and videos online lectures from the professor about important creative writing topics and online discussions about the material Mostly however you write memoirs and give and receive thoughtful constructive feedback on them Mind bending writing challenges push you to think about your life in creative new ways reflect on universal human experiences and convey the rich reality of your life to others In addition to your classmates responses you receive detailed personal feedback on your writing from the professor This three week course provides a foundation in writing the memoir several drafts to polish or expand and plenty of inspiration to take away with you Super Heroes in Film As Ben Parker once said With great power comes great responsibility There is tremendous weight to these words and they resonate beyond the Spider Man comics TV shows and movies They invite us to reflect on what makes a hero or heroine what are the implications of heroism and what the ethical behavior or action of heroism looks like These questions animate Super Heroes in Film which offers students an introduction to film analysis via the super hero genre Focusing on films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe MCU the course consists of online lectures and discussions that provide a basis for analyzing the themes characters situations and styles of films such as Spider Man Fantastic Four Iron Man The Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy and selected other films Throughout the course students learn and utilize basic film studies terminology close up long take cross cutting etc in order to articulate their analyses of the films under review These analyses are performed regularly in online class discussions in which students talk about the significance of certain choices made by filmmakers in constructing their films Students have fun challenging themselves with rewriting selected scenes from the course films to address some of the primary questions posed by the films and provide brief write ups to explain the significance of their changes to the scenes as well as how these changes reflect some of the issues the class has been discussing In these activities and assignments students are exposed to a range of exciting cinematic interpretations and understandings made available by the rewarding practice of film analysis Whether one is a fan of the MCU or not this course provides students with the opportunity to become more familiar with one of the most influential forms of art and

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  • Pre-College Online Learning Calendar For BU Summer Term
    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 Pre College Online Learning Online Learning Calendar Summer 2016 Start of Courses Monday July 11 2016 End of Courses Friday July 29 2016 Schedule Each online course is flexible enough to fit within your personal schedule but you are expected to meet any deadlines established by the instructor This includes regular participation in discussions with your

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