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  • Exciting High School Summer Programs | Summer Preview Student Housing At BU Summer Term
    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 Summer Preview 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 will eat their meals at the Fresh Food Company at Warren Towers

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  • High School Summer Programs: Summer Preview FAQ For BU Summer Term
    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 Summer Preview Frequently Asked Questions What year do I need to be entering in fall 2016 to participate in the Summer Preview Program You need to be entering your freshman or sophomore year in fall 2016 Is Summer Preview a commuter or residential program Summer Preview is open to both commuter and residential students Students must be 14 years or older to live on campus Can I earn college credit by participating in Summer Preview No the Summer Preview Program is non credit At the end of the summer students will receive a certificate of completion and evaluation from their instructor What is the cost of Summer Preview Please see the Tuition Fees Aid page for a detailed description of the cost of attending the Summer Preview program How do I apply for the Summer Preview Program You can find application instructions on the How to Apply page What are the admissions criteria Admission decisions are based on a combination of middle high school grades and a 500 750 word personal statement See How to Apply Is there any financial aid There is no financial aid for the Summer Preview program How long should it take for me to receive a decision on my application We will email a response to you within three weeks of receipt of your completed application What seminars

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  • Program Policies | Boston University Summer Term
    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 Pre College Online Learning High School Honors Summer Challenge Summer Preview Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter High School Programs Program Policies Boston University Summer Term High School Programs have established rules and regulations that apply to pre college programs they are designed for your safety as well as to increase your enjoyment of campus life and Boston Our rules and regulations are strictly enforced Students found in violation of Program or Boston University rules and regulations will be immediately removed from the program regardless of when the infraction occurs Students removed due to a rules violation will have a maximum of 24 hours to vacate the dorm and to make travel arrangements to return home Tuition and fees will not be refunded if a student is sent home Please

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  • Student Conduct | High School Programs | Boston University Summer Term
    or if the student refuses to cooperate with efforts deemed necessary by the University to evaluate the student s conduct Residents are prohibited from engaging in conduct in or out of the residence facility which poses a threat to the health or safety of persons or property or interferes with the rights or well being of others In addition residents are prohibited from engaging in conduct in or out of the residence facility that violates 1 Program policies 2 any provision of the Code of Student Responsibilities 3 the Boston University Conditions of Use and Policy on Computing Ethics 4 the Residence License Agreement 5 any rule regulation of the University or 6 any other applicable law Tolerance of Others A fundamental goal of the Summer Term High School Programs is to foster a community environment based upon mutual respect and openness Therefore any form of discrimination including but not limited to discrimination based on race religion ethnicity national origin gender and or sexual orientation constitutes unacceptable behavior Respecting the rights of other students presupposes that in the close and diverse society of residence life student expression of opinion will be respectful of others and will be exercised in good taste and decency Bigotry hatred and intolerance have no place in the residential community In displaying or distributing expressions of opinion students are expected to show respect for the aesthetic social moral and religious feelings of others upon whom their views may be imposed Students living in the residences are entitled to expect that those with whom they live will demonstrate tolerance for diversity and respect for privacy Curfew All of our programs have a curfew All students must be on their dorm floor by 11 pm Sunday through Thursday and by midnight on Friday and Saturday for curfew check

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  • Planned Program Activities & Free Time | Boston University Summer Term
    Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter High School Programs Planned Program Activities Free Time Boston University Summer Term High School Programs offer a true pre college experience Along with rigorous academics our high school programs provide a well planned and exciting social experience at Boston University We want you to spend your time with us figuring out what it means to be a college student We want you to learn how to manage your time by balancing your academic work with fun events and free time In order to build a strong student community we plan a variety of mandatory activities These include group outings in Boston and engaging social events around the BU campus Activities occur during the afternoon evenings and on weekends depending on the program These events are an important part of each high school program and all students are required to attend Our staff is available every step of the way as you immerse yourself in your classes the dorm campus and the city of Boston to make sure you are fulfilling your potential and getting everything out of your summer experience academically socially and personally Free Time Guidelines Students are allowed to leave campus during their free time However students are not permitted to leave campus by themselves they must be accompanied by at least one other student in the program or by a Program Assistant Summer Preview students must be with a Program Assistant if travelling off campus Students may not leave the city of Boston without the permission of their parents and our program Our program reserves the right to restrict students access to any part of Boston for security or other concerns When students do leave campus they need to inform a Program Assistant of their destination and time

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  • Family & Friend Visits | High School Programs | Boston University Summer Term
    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 Pre College Online Learning High School Honors Summer Challenge Summer Preview Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter High School Programs Family Friend Visits Please view each individual program policy regarding

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  • Honors & RISE Family & Friend Visits | High School Programs | Boston University Summer Term
    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 Pre College Online Learning High School Honors Summer Challenge Summer Preview Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter High School Programs High School Honors and RISE Family Friend Visits 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 city limits it must be scheduled during the student s free time when there are no activities planned The student must return to the dorm by curfew In addition the student s parent or guardian must send written permission to the Summer Term High School Programs office at least 48 hours before the student is planning to leave campus The parent or guardian can email a letter of permission to summerhs bu edu The letter should include details about the visit such as the time that the student will leave and return to campus and the cell phone number of the relative or family friend the student will be with A student is authorized to leave once our office sends the student s parent or guardian a decision via email Overnight Absence from Campus Only for High School Honors and RISE students Overnight absences are not allowed for Summer Challenge Summer Preview or AIM students Due to the six week duration of the

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  • Summer Challenge Visitors | High School Programs | Boston University Summer Term
    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 Pre College Online Learning High School Honors Summer Challenge Summer Preview Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter High School Programs Summer Challenge Family Friend Visits 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 city limits it must be scheduled during the student s free time when there are no activities planned The student must return to the dorm by curfew In addition the student s parent or guardian must send written permission to the Summer Term High School Programs office at least 48 hours before the student is planning to leave campus The parent or guardian can email a letter of permission to summerhs bu edu The letter should include details about the visit such as the time that the student will leave and return to campus and the cell phone number of the relative or family friend the student will be with A student is authorized to leave once our office sends the student s parent or guardian a confirmation email If a student must miss a program activity because of a special circumstance e g a family reunion the student s parent must send a written request to the Summer Term Office at least two weeks before the program

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