Academic Resources

Boston University Libraries
Includes links to all of the library resources within Boston University.

Educational Resource Center
The Educational Resource Center is a highly accessible academic support center that provides students with the services and resources for developing the personal and academic skills they need to be successful at Boston University and beyond!

Geddes Language Center
The Geddes Language Center is dedicated to providing an extensive humanities resource for the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) and the Boston University community.

International Programs
International Programs is the study abroad division of Boston University. With language, liberal arts, fine arts, science, business, and internship programs in seventeen cities in fourteen countries on six continents, they offer an unmatched variety of study abroad opportunities for students from all majors and interests.

Center for English Language and Orientation Programs (CELOP)
The Center for English Language and Orientation Programs (CELOP) is an integral part of Boston University. The Center offers specially designed intensive English language programs for international students who wish to improve their English proficiency. The majority of these students are preparing for study in an American university; others are pursuing business or other activities. CELOP language instruction is enriched by academic, social, and cultural orientation to life in the United States.

The Source Guide
The Source Guide is Boston University’s unofficial guide to courses and instructors, as evaluated by students. It has been published annually serving the Boston University undergraduate community for more than three decades. All users must have a BU e-mail identification & Kerberos password to access the site.

Summer Term
Summer Term at Boston University.

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP)
The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) is a University-wide academic program which promotes Boston University undergraduates’ participation in faculty-mentored research projects across all disciplines throughout the calendar year.