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  • Experience College Summer Programs In Boston | Housing & Dining Info For BU Summer Term
    Summer 2016 housing details including application deadlines and rates are available on the BU Housing website You may also email sumhouse bu edu with any questions Types of Housing On campus accommodations are available in both air conditioned and non air conditioned dormitory style and apartment style residences Air conditioned dormitory style rooms are located in Kilachand Hall 91 Bay State Road All rooms are multiple occupancy suites Air conditioned apartments are located in Student Village II 33 Harry Agganis Way All apartments have four single occupancy bedrooms a kitchen a bathroom and a living room Rooms and apartments vary in size and design residence rates are assessed on a per person basis and vary according to the type of accommodation Students are not allowed to bring their own air conditioners into the residences Rooms in dormitory style and apartment style residences contain a dresser a desk a mattress a bed frame and a chair for each student Students must provide their own linens including extra long twin bed sheets beds are 80 inches long Apartment style residences are also furnished and equipped with kitchen and bathroom facilities apartment residents must provide their own kitchen utensils cleaning items and bathroom supplies Applying for On Campus Housing To reserve an on campus residence assignment you must submit an online Housing Application to BU Housing A 200 nonrefundable housing guarantee payment is required to be paid with your online application All residence assignments are made on a space available basis and according to the dates that online housing applications are submitted Further summer housing information can be found at bu edu housing summer Dining Plans The Fresh Food Company at Warren Towers located on the fourth floor of Warren Towers at 700 Commonwealth Avenue and other retail dining locations are open throughout

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  • Summer Programs For College Students In Boston | Campus Life At BU Summer Term
    Housing Dining Coming to BU Directions to Campus Arriving on Campus Campus Resources Getting Around Boston Boston in the Summer Health Wellness Academic Information Course Numbers Section Codes Grading and Attendance Withdrawal Deadlines Transcripts Disability Services Rights Privacy Contact Us Request a Catalog Register Now Request a Course Catalog Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Coming to BU If you are new to Boston University the information below is designed to help you when you arrive on campus this summer You ll find instructions for obtaining your student ID directions to the bookstore details on transportation and much more including ideas for fun ways to spend your free time in the city If you have any questions after exploring the links below please feel free to contact us we re glad to help Are you an International student If so please note that you are required to check in with the International Students and Scholars Office ISSO upon your arrival Please see Information for International Students for details on where to find the ISSO office and what to bring with you Directions to Campus Arriving on Campus Campus Resources Getting Around Boston Boston in the Summer Health Wellness

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  • Directions to Campus | Boston University Summer Term
    Catalog Register Now Request a Course Catalog Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Directions to Campus Arriving by plane The closest airport to Boston University is Logan International Airport BOS which is about eight miles from campus From the terminal follow the signs to Ground Transportation where you can take a taxi to campus or take the Silver Line bus to South Station Taxi The fare to Boston University s Charles River Campus from Logan Airport should be around 45 When traffic is light the taxi ride will take about 20 minutes During peak hours the ride could take 45 minutes or more Find more information about Boston s taxis on our Getting Around Boston page MBTA Shuttle Subway Boston has a comprehensive public transportation system known as the MBTA or the T with bus lines trolleys and subway trains running throughout the city There are several ways to get from the airport to campus and you can use the MBTA s Trip Planner or Google Maps transit directions to research the options The most direct way to campus via the T is to purchase a Charlie Card or Charlie Ticket then take the Silver Line SL1 bus from your terminal to South Station Upon arriving at South Station you should transfer to the Red Line inbound towards Alewife and take it to the Park Street Station stop From the Park Street Station take the Green Line Train B towards Boston College Boston University s Charles River Campus is large so your final destination will determine at which stop you exit the train The main BU stops are BU East BU Central and BU West The Summer Term office at 755 Commonwealth Avenue is closest to the BU Central stop You can see all of the Green Line

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  • University Summer Programs | Arriving On Campus At BU Summer Term
    external email account However you are eligible to request a BU Google Apps account which includes BU Google Mail if your course of study requires it If you have an active BU login name and Kerberos password you can enable your BU Google Apps account by following the steps at bu edu tech services comm email google mail welcome If you do not have an active BU login name and Kerberos password or if you would like to request a BU Google Apps account please visit one of the IT Help Center locations below When opening an account at the IT Help Center you will need to present your Terrier Card in order to prove your affiliation as a BU student IT Help Center 771 Commonwealth Avenue Mugar Memorial Library or 179 Amory Street BU West across from the College of Fine Arts Boston MA 02215 617 353 HELP 4357 Email ithelp bu edu Web bu edu tech 3 Pay Your Bill If you have not already paid your bill please visit Student Accounting Services in person or click here for more information on payment options Student Accounting Services 881 Commonwealth Avenue Lower Level Boston MA 02215 Phone 617 353 2264 Fax 617 353 3313 Email studenta bu edu bu edu studentaccountingservices Payment is due by May 23 for Summer 1 and by July 5 for Summer 2 Late fees are charged if you do not pay by these deadlines 4 Buy Your Books You can buy textbooks for your courses at the Barnes and Noble Boston University Bookstore located at 660 Beacon Street in Kenmore Square Summer hours are Monday Friday 9 am 9 pm Saturday 10 am 6 pm Sunday 12 pm 6 pm The main phone number is 617 267 8484 and the Textbook direct line is 617 236 7420 You may also email the bookstore at bksbu bncollege com 5 Check Your Schedule and Locate Your Classes You ll want to make sure you know where to go and when on the first day of class If you registered online you can check your course schedule and classroom location on the Student Link If you are new to BU this summer you will receive a copy of your course schedule and classroom location in the mail Here is an example of a possible course listed on your schedule CAS AH 112S B1 ART HISTORY 2 TR 0600P 0930P CAS203 CAS AH means the course is offered by the College of Arts and Science CAS History of Art and Architecture department AH The course number 112 indicates that Art History 2 is at an introductory level S stands for Summer Section B1 means it is a Summer 2 course Summer 1 courses have an A1 section code TR 0600P 0930P indicates the course meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 pm to 9 30 pm The last item in the course schedule is your room location which gives a building code and room number For example CAS

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  • Campus Facilities | Boston University Summer Term
    opening an account at the IT Help Center you will need to present your Terrier ID Card in order to prove your affiliation as a BU faculty staff or student Please remember that your Kerberos password provides access to important information such as your student record Giving your password to anyone or using anyone else s password is prohibited by Boston University s Conditions of Use and Policy on Computing Ethics IT Help Center 771 Commonwealth Avenue Boston MA 02215 inside the Mugar Memorial Library or 179 Amory Street Brookline MA 02446 across from the College of Fine Arts Phone 617 353 HELP 4357 Email ithelp bu edu Computing and Network Resources The University provides secure wireless network access which you will see as BU 802 1x Information about the wireless network is provided at bu edu tech wireless You must have a BU login name and Kerberos password to access the wireless network All Summer Term students have access to IS T s personal computing lab located on the first floor of Mugar Memorial Library Many schools and colleges at the University also have computer labs available to students enrolled in their courses The IT Help Center offers assistance in all areas of computing through the website at bu edu tech and its two locations at Mugar Memorial Library and at 179 Amory Street across from the College of Fine Arts Discounted software and sales of recommended systems are also available through the IT Help Center The Student Link The Student Link provides online access to your student records at Boston University You can use the Student Link to view and change personal information such as your address view your student account register for classes see your grades check your compliance status confirm classroom locations and more To use the Student Link you must have a BU login name and Kerberos password Course Sites Blackboard A course site is a web based system for managing course materials Your instructor can make announcements share course materials and enhance discussion all in one easily accessible location Blackboard is the most common course site used at Boston University You will need an active BU login name and Kerberos password to access Blackboard Blackboard Learn is available to anyone with a BU login name and Kerberos password at learn bu edu In addition you can access Blackboard Learn through your course listings on the Student Link Not every course at BU will have a Blackboard site so be sure to check with your instructor if you do not see your course site listed in the My Courses section of Blackboard Learn All students on the official roster will be automatically given access to their course site the day after they have registered If you are unable to access your course site please contact your instructor for access or information on availability Barnes Noble Boston University Bookstore Course materials general reading books and BU merchandise are all available at the Barnes Noble Bookstore located

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  • University Summer Programs For College Students | Getting Around Boston During BU Summer Term
    University Arrival in Boston Whether you arrive in Boston at Logan Airport or by train or bus at South Station it is easy to get to the Boston University campus by public transportation or taxi You can find directions to campus here Boston University Shuttle The BUS Traveling between the Boston University Charles River and Medical Campus is easy using the Boston University Shuttle BUS The BUS departs from 33 Harry Agganis Way on the Charles River Campus and ends at 710 Albany Street on the Medical Campus making several stops at key locations along the route This service is provided free of charge to members of the University community For a current schedule route map exact stop locations and to subscribe to our mailing list please visit the BUS website at bu edu thebus Public Transportation The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority more commonly known as the MBTA or the T maintains the public transportation system in Boston This system of underground trains the subway buses and trolleys allows you to travel easily all over the city of Boston as well as the suburbs Boston University is located on the T s Green Line B train The main BU stops are BU East BU Central and BU West The Green Line inbound can take you to shops on Newbury Street or you can transfer to the Red Line at Park Street and visit Harvard Square in Cambridge Visit the MBTA website for fares schedules and route maps Subway MBTA stations are marked by signs with a large letter T The five major subway lines are the Green Red Blue Orange and Silver To ride purchase a CharlieCard or CharlieTicket using cash or a credit debit card Automated fare vending machines are located in most MBTA stations or ask an MBTA

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  • Enjoying Boston In The Summer During BU Summer Term
    in Dry Dock Restoration as well as visit the USS Constitution Museum Museums Below is a listing of just some of the museums in Boston and Cambridge The Museums of Boston website offers additional links to museums of interest in the greater Boston area Click on the name of the museum for information about exhibits hours of operation and directions Boston Center for the Arts The Harvard University Art Museums including the Arthur M Sackler Museum the Busch Reisinger Museum and the Fogg Art Museum Harvard Museum of Natural History Institute of Contemporary Art Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum The MIT Museum Museum of African American History Museum of Fine Arts Museum of Science New England Aquarium The Nichols House Museum The Old South Meeting House The Sports Museum Peabody Museum Music Theater Movies Whether you love performing arts consider yourself a movie buff or enjoy listening to live music or readings Boston offers a wealth of entertainment For a full listing of performances and activities visit Boston com Another resource for complete listings is the glossy magazine The Improper Bostonian as well as the alternative paper DigBoston both free at news boxes throughout the city Bostix offers half price tickets on the day of performance for many performing arts events The Boston area has many movie theatres For mainstream fare nearby the Regal Fenway 13 is close to the BU campus at the Landmark Center 401 Park Drive The AMC Loews Boston Common 19 theatre is located downtown at 175 Tremont Street If you re more interested in restored classics art house features foreign films limited release movies documentaries or cult classics check out the Coolidge Corner Theatre Kendall Square Cinema Brattle Theatre Museum of Fine Arts and the Harvard Film Archive Outdoor Activities Boston Parks Greater Boston has an extraordinary wealth of green space Whether you want to visit one of Boston s city parks or explore further afoot here are a few options that are easily accessible Click on the name of the park for information about special events and directions The Arnold Arboretum The Blue Hills Reservation Boston Common the Public Garden Boston Harbor Islands The Charles River Reservation and Esplanade Dorchester Shores Reservation The Emerald Necklace Conservancy Franklin Park Franklin Park Zoo Jamaica Pond Middlesex Fells Reservation Mt Auburn Cemetery Rose Kennedy Greenway Outdoor Recreation There are plenty of fresh air activities to get involved in during the summer in Boston For those seeking a little adventure on the water or on two wheels or for those wishing to pursue a little outdoor recreation there are plenty of nearby options to consider Canoeing and Kayaking Community Boating Fourth of July Golf Courses in Boston Hubway Bike Sharing Segway Tours Shopping Click on the name of the shopping area below for more information MBTA directions are from any above ground stop on Commonwealth Avenue CambridgeSide Galleria Directions Take any Green Line inbound to Park Street Disembark and wait on the

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  • Health & Wellness | College Programs | Boston University Summer Term
    services are provided without cost to full time students Others have an associated fee Please stop by to learn more about BU Student Health Services Services at Student Health are for urgent care issues If you have an issue that requires regular care Student Health will work with you to provide a referral based on your insurance In the case of an emergency call 617 353 2121 on campus to reach the Boston University Police or 911 off campus If you need medical advice on weekdays after closing hours or weekends you can call 617 353 3575 to reach a nurse for advice or you may go to the closest emergency department Behavioral Medicine Mental Health Behavioral Medicine staff psychiatrists psychologists clinical nurse specialists licensed mental health clinicians and licensed clinical social workers are available to address the many psychological and adjustment issues that arise in a university community When longer term care is needed we will facilitate referral to expert clinicians in the local community Appointments are available by calling 617 353 3569 Regular hours are Monday Friday 9 am 4 30 pm Behavioral Medicine clinicians are also available 24 hours a day on call for mental health emergencies For more information about Behavioral Medicine services please view our website at bu edu shs behavioral Faculty and staff may contact Behavioral Medicine at 617 353 3569 if they are concerned about a student or visit Help Info for more information If there are concerns of immediate danger please contact BUPD directly Student Health Insurance Massachusetts law requires that all full time students and all international students have medical insurance Boston University offers a Student Health Insurance Plan Aetna Student Health that covers most typical health problems that students encounter while at college To sign up for the Boston University Student Health Insurance Plan contact Student Accounting Services at 617 353 2870 or email insmed bu edu Summer 2016 Student Health Insurance Rates Dates of Enrollment Student Student Plus Summer 1 Plan May 21 July 2 266 371 Summer 2 Plan July 3 August 22 304 424 12 Week Session Plan May 21 August 22 532 742 Disability Services Boston University is committed to supporting the academic social and cultural integration of individuals with disabilities Our mission is to foster academic excellence personal responsibility and leadership growth in students with disabilities Individuals are encouraged to contact Disability Services to discuss support services and accommodations they may need Services include auxiliary aids such as sign language interpreters exam accommodation note taking services text in alternative format and assistive technology Accommodations are provided on a case by case basis depending on the individual s diagnosis and documented needs Disability Services is also available to consult with individuals and groups regarding architectural programmatic digital or communication access The University s Compliance Officer for Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is the Director of Disability Services Lorraine E Wolf Ph D who can be reached at lwolf bu edu The Office of

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