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Commencement Information

Metropolitan College Commencement Ceremony

Arts Administration Commencement Forms (Please send directly to Program Assistant Jeannie Motherwell jmoth@bu.edu)

2013 Arts Administration Award for Excellence in Graduate Study:

Due to her outstanding contributions in the classroom, to the program, and to the arts administration field, Megan McCarney has been selected to receive the Arts Administration program’s 2013 Award for Excellence in Graduate Study.

Ms. McCarney exhibited true leadership in the classroom through her frequent contributions, positive engagement with group work, and her thoughtful, respectful presence. She achieved a 3.95 GPA -- the highest GPA of any graduate this year.

Ms. McCarney was elected by her peers to serve as President of the Arts Administration Student Association (AASA). She did a supurb job in this capacity, supporting and guiding the other officers while initiating several new successful events and programs.

In her second year in the program, Ms. McCarney leveraged her classical music background and newly acquired arts administration skills to secure employment at the Rivers Conservatory in Weston. As the Administrative Assistant, she serves as office manager, coordinates weekly recitals and newsletters, and assists with ticketing, special events, and the annual fund.

Previously, Ms. McCarney earned a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance degree (cum laude) from Boston University in May 2011.

Registration

All students must comply with the following rules before enrolling in classes. Students who do not comply with these requirements will not be permitted to register for the current semester.

Are You Safe, Settled and Healthy?

As a result of new requirements and stricter enforcement of the state immunization requirements, Boston University is asking all students, "Are you Safe, Settled and Healthy?" to be sure that everyone is in compliance with state and University rules. What does Safe, Settled and Healthy mean?

Safe = Have you entered an emergency contact phone number in the Student Link?
This number will be used by the Send Word Now system to alert you in emergency situations. You can provide the number by clicking on "Update Campus Emergency Phone" in the Student Link.
Settled = Have you settled your Student Account? Did you pay your tuition and fees? You can check your account information by clicking on the "Money Matters" tab in the Student Link.
Healthy = Have you met Massachusetts state immunization requirements?
You must prove that you have received all vaccinations required by state law. Click here to review the requirements outlined on the Students Health Services website

Students who do not comply with these requirements will not be permitted to register for the current semester.

A special page has been added to the Student Link so you can check to see if you are in compliance with the Safe, Settled and Healthy requirements.  Go to Student Link, click on the "Personal" tab, and then select "Compliance Status" from the list.

Incoming Students: Helpful information for getting started at B.U.

A Step-By-Step Applicant Guide to Registering for Courses and Paying Your Bill

For Important Dates please visit the Registrar's Website.

  1. Choose your Classes
    • Visit the Student Link to see which courses are available for the current or upcoming semester.
  2. Register for Your Classes
    • New students must mail, fax, or walk-in a registration form.
    • After your first semester of study you may register by using the Student Link.
  3. Confirm Your Class Schedule
    • Access your course schedule online using the Student Link. You will need your BU login name and Kerberos password.
  4. Settle Your Account
    • For information about billing and payment options, please contact the Student Accounting Services at 617-353-2264
    • You can also view your student account on the Student Link.
    • To be officially registered and to avoid late fees, a student must settle his or her account.
    Payment is due without regard to receipt of an invoice.
  5. Buy Your Books
    at Barnes & Noble bookstore at Boston University.

In general, tuition is set according to the number of credits being taken, plus any other additional fees or course costs.
Courses taken in schools other than Metropolitan College may be subject to additional fees.

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

2013 Arts Administration Award for Excellence in Graduate Study:

Due to her outstanding contributions in the classroom, to the program, and to the arts administration field, Megan McCarney has been selected to receive the Arts Administration program’s 2013 Award for Excellence in Graduate Study.

Megan McCarney

 

 

 

 

 

Bingru Wang was invited to the set of NBC Nightly News as follow-up to her interview with Brian Williams at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boston University Arts Administration Student Jennifer Markham was recently featured in an article for the Salem News on Boston Ballet's North Shore School: www.salemnews.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student MentorsBU Arts Admin Student Mentors

Each semester student mentors meet with the incoming class.

International Students

International Students and Scholar's Office (ISSO)
Information for international students when applying for study at Boston University

International Students Employment Information

 


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