The BU & Wheelock Merger
We look forward to welcoming Wheelock College students into the Boston University community in June 2018. It’s a big occasion for both institutions, and we are confident that you and your classmates will greatly enrich the Terrier family.
At BU, you will meet classmates from around the world, form faculty connections (thanks to small class sizes), join an inclusive community, and most of all, study in world-renowned academic programs at a research university recognized by the Association of American Universities. There’s so much waiting for you here, and we look forward to introducing you to our academic community.
In preparation for this transition, we hope you’ll take the short walk over to our campus and see for yourself all the exciting things happening here. You also can take our virtual tour to hear more from current students about academics, learning opportunities outside the classroom, and what they love most about student life at BU.
If you have additional questions, please reach out to the transition team on the contact page.
Emails containing a link to the Enrollment Agreement have now been sent to students’ BU and Wheelock email addresses. Enrollment Agreement links are personalized to each student, so please check your BU or Wheelock email inbox
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