The following message from Kelly Nee, Chief of Police for the Boston...
Are you interested in meeting with one of our Deans or office staff? Because of the high number of requests we receive from the entire University community, we have created an easy process to request a meeting. You may complete the form below to request a meeting. Alternatively, you may download... Read more
by Elizabeth Wong, CGS '18 Meet Haley Manin! Haley is a freshman dual majoring in CFA - Graphic Design and COM - Advertising. Her passion for art flourished in high school where she studied mainly 2D media including charcoal, oil painting, as well as sculpting, and more. Through advertising, she wants... Read more
Join us on Monday, January 21, 2019 at 1pm for Boston University's 47th Commemoration of alumnus Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Our keynote speaker is U.S. Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, serving the 7th District of Massachusetts. Learn more about this year's event on our MLK Commemoration page.
If you’ve been on the second floor of the GSU in the past month, you’ve probably noticed some construction taking place. The reason behind the tapes and drapes: two all-gender, single occupancy bathrooms, located in the Stone Lobby (second floor across from Metcalf Hall). These new additions, provide safe facilities for... Read more
The Boston Police would like all students to review the following message regarding staying safe on Halloween. Dear Students, The Boston Police Department would like to remind and encourage everyone to celebrate Halloween responsibly. To ensure your safety and the safety of others this Halloween, we kindly ask you to familiarize yourself... Read more
The following message from Kelly Nee, Chief of Police for the Boston University Police Department, and Kenneth Elmore, Associate Provost and Dean of Students, was sent to all students on Friday, October 26, 2018: Dear Friends, What a couple weeks in Boston! The wickedness of Halloween awaits us and the local baseball... Read more
This is a World Series that is right up BU's alley! We know we have a lot of students who root for the home team, the Boston Red Sox, but we also have a ton of students from Southern California who love the Los Angeles Dodgers. Where can you get together... Read more
Want to work for our office? We have positions available for the Spring 2019 semester! Join our team, which works both the Dean's office and the GSU Operations desk. You will get to learn so much about BU and meet great people who can help you with your personal and... Read more
The Boston University Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation is looking for BU undergraduates who are currently living with a mental health condition and are interested in receiving academic support. This is for a research study on building academic success for students living with mental health conditions. Study Description Purpose: to better understand how... Read more
As you may have seen, the George Sherman Union (GSU) Information Desk is currently under construction. No need to worry - your friends that always lend you chargers, and find your lost items, will still be around to help out. For the next few weeks, the operations desk will be in... Read more
A few books I’m reading that I think might be relevant to my future Orientation, transition, and cocurricular musings: Our Higher Calling: Rebuilding the Partnership between America and Its Colleges and Universities | Holden Thorp and Buck Goldstein Syllabus | Lynda Barry Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World | Anand... Read more
Need to talk? Want to meet a Dean? You're in luck: Dean Elmore and his staff will be hosting open office hours twice a week every week. Members of the Dean of Students' office staff (including Dean Elmore and several Assistant and Associate Deans) are available on Wednesdays from 1-4pm in the... Read more