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  • Summer Preview Family & Friend Visits | 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 Preview 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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  • Summer Intensives Family & Friend Visits | High School Programs | Boston University Summer Term
    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 Academic Immersion 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 begins

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  • High School Summer Program Information For Parents & Guardians | Boston University Summer Term
    RISE and Academic Immersion AIM students also do not receive academic credit and instead receive certificates of completion in August and September Planned Activities All program activities are mandatory unless otherwise stated This is to ensure that we develop a supportive and inclusive student community within the programs and expose students to all that Boston has to offer In the past activities have included group trips to Faneuil Hall Harvard Square Hampton Beach and the theater A schedule of activities is emailed to students and parents approximately one week before the start of the program 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 of return Students must return before any scheduled activity and no later than curfew Failure to follow these guidelines may result in discipline and possible removal from the program If a student must miss a Program activity because of a special circumstance e g a family wedding the student s parent must send a written request to the Summer Term Office at least two weeks before the program begins Requests should be sent via email to the Summer Term High School Programs office and should include a description of the special circumstance the date and time the student will be away from the planned activity and signatures from both the parent and student Requests made once the program begins will not be considered A decision will be made and a student is only authorized to leave once the Summer Term Office sends the student s parent or guardian a confirmation email REMEMBER Students are not allowed to miss any class time and there are no overnight absences for Summer Challenge Summer Preview Academic Immersion students If the Summer Term Office authorizes a student to miss a planned activity the student must return by curfew Family Visits If a parent or guardian is in town and would like to spend time with their 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

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  • Exciting High School Summer Programs | Student Housing At BU Summer Term
    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 Admitted Students Congratulations on your admission to Boston University Summer Term High School Programs We hope that you will decide to join us for an incredible summer experience at BU We have provided a

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  • Summer Programs For High School Students | Student Services | Boston University Summer Term
    School Honors Summer Challenge Summer Preview Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter High School Programs Student Services Boston University offers a variety of convenient services designed to make the duration of your study as comfortable as possible We provide amenities such as wireless internet access hundreds of work stations a well stocked library an email account mail service Student Health Services laundry facilities Disability Services and tutoring In Case of Emergency Please use the applicable phone numbers in the event of an emergency Summer Term High School Program office 617 353 1378 weekdays 9 am 5 pm Program Assistant on call cell phone Available 24 hours a day during the program The number will be emailed to you one week before your program begins Warren Towers Residence Life 617 353 3932 available daily 9 am 5 pm and 7 pm midnight Boston University Police Department 617 353 2121 available 24 hours a day The George Sherman Student Union The George Sherman Union GSU located at 775 Commonwealth Avenue is a central hub for student life Along with hosting frequent lectures and events the GSU is home to 11 different types of dining options a City Convenience store a student organization exhibition area known as the link as well as study lounges and work spaces The GSU also houses the Dean of Students office Howard Thurman Center Center for Gender Sexuality and Activism Catering Dining Services and the Community Service Center University sponsored groups and organizations are able to reserve conference rooms for meetings and seminars For more information visit Activities Information 2nd floor GSU or call 617 353 5498 Keep up with GSU and Student Activities Office updates on Facebook com BUStudentActivities or use the Student Activities Office calenda r Mail You can receive mail at the dorm and will receive your mail box number this will be different from your room number upon arrival Only after check in will the mailroom be able to collect your mail please wait until your arrival to give out your mailing address Mailboxes are located on the fourth floor of Warren Towers across from the Residence Life office Personal mail for students should NOT be sent to the Summer Term office Mailing Address Name Box S xxxx on room key envelope received at check in Warren Towers 700 Commonwealth Avenue Boston MA 02215 Laundry The fourth floor common area of Warren Towers offers washers and dryers for your convenience Washers cost 1 50 per load and the dryers cost about 1 50 per load depending on the length of time needed Bring an ample supply of quarters if you intend to do laundry You can either bring detergent with you or buy it at nearby stores Wiring Money If a student needs spending money wiring services are available We recommend using MoneyGram or Western Union The nearest MoneyGram service location is on campus CVS 480 730 Commonwealth Avenue Boston MA 02215 617 731 4556 The nearest Western

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  • Academic Student Services | High School Programs | Boston University Summer Term
    wide variety of computers for communication coursework and research at the BU Common Mugar located at the Mugar Memorial Library 771 Commonwealth Avenue The BU Common Mugar has nearly 200 work stations on the first three floors of Mugar Memorial Library spacious comfortable accommodations and support services If you bring your laptop to campus with you wireless internet access is available in Warren Towers and across the entire campus Login Account A few days before their respective programs begin Summer Challenge Summer Preview and Academic Immersion residential students receive an email with details on how to set up their login accounts and wireless internet access before arriving on campus High School Honors and Research in Science Engineering RISE students set up their login accounts when they arrive Setting up a login account is required to access the wireless internet on campus Library Services There are 23 libraries on campus holding 2 4 million physical volumes and more than 45 000 current unique serial titles and 77 000 media titles Mugar Memorial Library is the primary library for study teaching and research in the humanities and social sciences at Boston University Mugar Memorial Library 771 Commonwealth Avenue 617 353 2700 bu edu library mugar Summer Term Hours Sunday 10 am 11 pm Monday Thursday 8 am 11 pm Friday and Saturday 8 am 5 pm Science and Engineering Library 38 Cummington Street 617 353 3733 bu edu library sel Summer Term Hours Sunday 12 pm 10 pm Monday Thursday 8 am 10 pm Friday 8 am 5 pm Saturday 11 am 5 pm For details on the other branch libraries and holdings on campus visit bu edu library Barnes and Noble Bookstore at Boston University Books notebooks and other supplies are available at the Barnes and Noble bookstore located at 660 Beacon Street in Kenmore Square Summer Hours Monday Friday 9 am 9 pm Saturday 10 am 6 pm Sunday 12 pm 6 pm For more information visit bu bncollege com call 617 267 8484 or email bksbu bncollege com Educational Resource Center ERC For High School Honors students only The ERC helps BU students develop the range and depth of academic skills required by the University s rigorous programs The free services and programs are designed to help students discover successful strategies not only for what to learn but how to learn Services are run by a team of seasoned professionals graduate students and student peers The ERC is located on the 5th and 6th floors of the Yawkey Center for Student Services at 100 Bay State Road For more information about the ERC s programs and services and to search for peer tutoring and writing assistance appointments please visit the ERC website The ERC can also be reached at 617 353 7077 or erc bu edu CAS Center for Writing For High School Honors students only The CAS Center for Writing at 100 Bay State Road on the third floor offers one on one tutorials free of charge to

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  • Health & Wellness Services | High School Programs | Boston University Summer Term
    space FitRec offers an 18 000 square foot weight and cardio room two separate swimming pools two multi use gymnasiums with seven courts an elevated 1 7 mile jogging track overlooking several activity areas racquetball and squash courts and a 30 climbing walll Students in our High School Programs must be at least 15 years of age to purchase a membership for use of the FitRec Center while they are on campus Eligible students need to have their parent s or guardian s fill out an Informed Consent and Waiver of Liability form enclosed in the High School Program acceptance packet The form should be returned to the Summer Term High School Programs office with other forms prior to arrival For Summer Challenge students we recommend that this form be filled out even if you do not intend to purchase a membership since some of our planned afternoon activities occur in the FitRec Center and the form is needed for these activities Medical Student Services Student Health Services Boston University Student Health Services at 881 Commonwealth Avenue West is open to all students Students must be accompanied by a Program Assistant when accessing services There is a co pay fee of 25 for each visit payable by cash check credit card or charged to the student s account In the case of an emergency or the need for medical care on weekends or weekdays after closing hours students will be taken to a local hospital emergency room accompanied by a Program Assistant Students who are not feeling well should inform the on call Program Assistant immediately To receive emergency hospital care you must have completed the Immunization and Physical Form and Health History Form provided in your acceptance packet These forms must be signed by your parent or guardian and

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  • Summer Programs for High School Students | Travelling To BU Campus
    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 Travel to Campus Transportation Boston University is easily accessible by taxi from Logan airport A taxi ride from Logan Airport to Boston University is approximately twenty minutes with a fare of about 40 50 For students arriving by train or bus South Station is about the same distance and taxi fare Boston University is also convenient to public transportation For MBTA subway or bus maps and schedules visit the MBTA website Warren Towers is directly across the street from the Green Line B branch BU East stop Hotels Below are the names of several hotels within a five minute drive of campus Buckminster Hotel Kenmore Square 617 236 7050 Double Tree Guest Suites Boston 617 783 0090 Holiday Inn Brookline 617 277 1200

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