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  • High School Summer Programs: Online Learning Program Fees For BU Summer Term
    How to Pay FAQ RISE Internship Practicum Internship Track Practicum Track Calendar Day in 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 Pre College Online Learning Program Fees Application Fee non refundable 50 Total Charge 1 060 The total charge for Pre College Online Learning includes access to one online course The application fee is not included in the total charge Payment Deadline The payment deadline is indicated in the acceptance packet Payment not received by the deadline will result in the cancellation of the student s registration There is no financial aid available for Pre College Online Learning The last day for any program fee credit or refund for Pre College Online Learning is Tuesday July 12 2016 No refund or reduction in the total charge will be made after this date including for a student who starts the online course late doesn

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  • High School Summer Programs: How to Pay for Online Learning at BU Summer Term
    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 How to Pay Boston University offers a variety of payment options for those enrolled in the Pre College Online Learning 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 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 the check out to Boston University Please write the student s name BU ID number and Online in the memo line and mail to Boston University Summer Term Pre College Online Learning 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 wire In addition since the information collected from the student through these

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  • High School Summer Programs: Online Learning FAQ For BU Summer Term
    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 Frequently Asked Questions What year do I need to be entering in 2016 to participate in Pre College Online Learning You need to be entering your freshman sophomore junior or senior year in fall 2016 What Pre College Online courses are offered in 2016 During summer 2016 BU Summer Term High School Programs will be offering online learning in Writing the Memoir Super Heroes in Film and Sports Management For more information about these courses visit the Courses page Can I earn college credit by participating in Pre College Online Learning Pre College Online Learning is non credit Participants will receive a Certificate of completion and an Instructor evaluation What does the total charge include The total charge includes access to the online course Can international students participate Yes international students are welcome to join Where can I get an application for the Pre College Online courses Applications are available on the How to Apply page Is there any financial aid There is no financial aid for Pre College Online Learning Can I check and see if my application is complete We will send you a

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  • High School Summer Research in Science & Engineering | Boston University Summer Term
    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 Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Research in Science Engineering RISE Research Internship Pursue Research in Astronomy Biology Chemistry Biomedical Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering Mechanical Engineering Medical laboratory research Neuroscience Physics Psychology With hands on research opportunities in the fields of astronomy biology chemistry biomedical engineering electrical and computer engineering mechanical engineering medical laboratory research neuroscience physics and psychology the high school summer Research in Science Engineering RISE Internship track provides students an opportunity to explore in depth the many facets of university level research In this six week honors program academically motivated rising seniors conduct research for forty hours per week under the guidance of a faculty member postdoctoral fellow or graduate student mentor Research Internship students tackle an individual research project and acquire valuable technical and analytical skills culminating in data analysis and a RISE poster symposium In some cases research interns submit their work to national science fair contests such as the Siemens Competition and the Intel Science Talent Search Throughout the six weeks of

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  • Practicum for High School Summer Research in Science & Engineering | Boston University Summer Term
    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 Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Research in Science Engineering RISE Research Practicum Pursue Research in Molecular Biology The Research Practicum track combines lab work with faculty led lectures in order to provide students the opportunity to refine their laboratory techniques and conduct novel primary research Research Practicum students work together under the guidance of a faculty member who delivers morning research intensive lectures and oversees afternoon lab work The lab experiments are designed to demonstrate procedures that are representative of research level molecular work The methods used in the Research Practicum are many basic techniques that all molecular biologists need to master such as gel electrophoresis DNA preparation and computer based analysis of nucleic acid and protein sequences Once a week Research Practicum students meet with Research Internship students for workshops and additional activities such as campus tours and research talks While the Practicum has clearly outlined protocols and requires methodical and thorough collection measurement and synthesis of data the final outcome of the research is

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  • High School Summer Research in Science & Engineering Calendar For BU Summer Term
    to Pay FAQ RISE Internship Practicum Internship Track Practicum Track Calendar Day in 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 Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Research in Science Engineering Program 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 orientation meeting Research interns have a poster symposium the afternoon of Friday August 12 2016 from 1 3 pm so students should arrange to leave after 3 pm that day Students are allowed to stay in their dorms until 10 am on Saturday August 13 2016 Summer 2016 Program Start Sunday July 3 2016 Research Orientation and Mentor Luncheon Tuesday July 5 2016 Poster Symposium and End of Program Friday August 12 2016 Note Dates

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  • A Day in the Life of a Residential High School Summer Research in Science & Engineering
    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 Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Research in Science Engineering A Day in the Life of a Residential RISE Student Students in the RISE Internship track are fully immersed in laboratory activities and research from approximately 9 am to 5 pm each day of the week Students in the RISE Practicum track meet each morning with the research faculty and conduct laboratory activities each afternoon In addition students attend weekly workshops run by the RISE Program Manager to supplement their lab education and discuss their research 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 High School Honors 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

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  • A Day in the Life of a Commuting High School Summer Research in Science & Engineering
    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 Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Research in Science Engineering A Day in the Life of a Commuting RISE Student Students in the RISE Research Internship track are fully immersed in laboratory activities and research from approximately 9 am to 5 pm each day of the week Students in the RISE Research Practicum track meet each morning with their research faculty and conduct laboratory activities each afternoon In addition students attend weekly workshops run by the RISE Program Manager to supplement their lab education and discuss their research Commuting 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 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 studying at Boston University as a commuter you attend social activities with your RISE peers and High School Honors program students Commuter students are expected to attend orientation on Sunday July 3rd where you will get your BU Photo Terrier ID card and BU email account You will also meet your assigned Program Assistant To help you get to know everyone the BU campus and

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