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BU's Main Social Channels
These are the main social channels for Boston University. We are also on Snapchat (bostonu) and WeChat (bostonuniversity).
A state-of-the-art, multipurpose sports and entertainment center, and home to Terrier hockey and basketball.
A student-run organization that is charged with allocating (surprise, surprise) money to student organizations on campus.
Anthropology is the study of all aspects of human life—from our biological evolution to our modern societies, religions, and economies.
Bioinformatics Graduate Program
One of the first programs of its kind, the Graduate Program in Bioinformatics offers unique interdisciplinary training in the science, engineering, medicine, and ethics of twenty-first-century cell biology.
Boston Center for American Performance
The Professional Extension of the Boston University School of Theatre.
Boston University Academy Alumni Association
The Association seeks to provide opportunities for alums to remain connected to their days at One University Road.
BU Art Gallery
Dedicated to serving the public of New England as well as the University community, the Boston University Art Gallery (BUAG) is a non-profit art gallery geared toward an interdisciplinary interpretation of art and culture.
BU Arts Initiative
The mission of the BU Arts Initiative is to ensure the integral role of the arts in the educational experience of every BU student. They support faculty, student, and staff projects, making sure the arts are deeply embedded within the cultural and intellectual fabric of the University.
Athletic bands consisting of the Marching Band, Pep Band, Winter Percussion Ensemble, and the Scarlet Band.
BU Biology Department
The biology department within Boston University’s College of Arts & Sciences.
An academic superstore with textbooks, books, apparel, school goods, and a tasty cafe.
Boston University’s late-night entertainment venue, located right in the center of campus.
BU Marine Program (BUMP)
An interdisciplinary, hands-on, research-oriented curriculum in Marine Science with courses and faculty from Biology, Earth Sciences, and Geography & Environment.
BU Research, Operations, Systems & Analytics (ROSA)
ROSA provides operational and systems support to the Boston University research community.
Center for Career Development
Here at the Center for Career Development, (CCD) our mission is to support students through the choice of major and the career decision-making process.
Center for Energy & Environmental Studies
The center engages in education, research, and professional training in the fields of energy and environmental analysis.
Center for English Language & Orientation Programs (CELOP)
An intensive English language program that has been teaching English language and culture to international students for over 30 years.
Center for Gender, Sexuality & Activism
A safe space that promotes and supports women while providing a warm and welcoming environment to all who are interested in the advancement and well-being of women at BU.
Pursuing with distinction the discovery and transmission of knowledge and understanding related to the chemical sciences.
College of Arts & Sciences
The College of Arts & Sciences is BU’s largest academic division and the heart of the BU experience, with over 2,500 courses in the humanities, natural and social sciences, and mathematics and computer science, and programs with more than 70 majors and minors.
College of Communication
The College of Communication combines academic rigor and professional “hands-on” skills in all areas of communication, including television, film, radio, public relations, advertising, journalism and communication theory.
College of Engineering
The College of Engineering prepares you to be a leader in the creation of new technology that positively impacts our world, offering study abroad programs, vibrant student organizations and clubs, undergraduate research opportunities, and internship and work possibilities.
College of Engineering Alumni
A resource for Engineering alumni to stay updated and informed about upcoming alumni events and news.
College of Fine Arts
The College of Fine Arts is a vibrant community of artists that brings together the School of Music, the School of Theatre, and the School of Visual Arts, and offers professional training in the arts in conservatory-style environments.
College of General Studies
The College of General Studies offers a two-year, general education core curriculum taught in a team structure, an approach to academics that enhances the relationships among students and faculty.
COM Career Services
A resource to help COM students and alumni with career planning and job and internship searches.
COM Graduate Programs
Specialized programs in advertising, journalism, film production, and public relations highlight the variety and quality of COM’s graduate offerings.
The Boston University Commencement site contains all updated information on the ceremonies for Commencement Weekend.
Community Service Center
Home to 13 student-run service programs, projects, and events, with a base of over 3,000 volunteers and contributing over 90,000 hours of service to the Greater Boston area and around the US.
Computational Biomedicine Program
BU School of Medicine’s Section of Computational Biomedicine improves the understanding of complex human diseases by exploring large molecular datasets.
Continuing Medical Education
The hallmark of BUSM CME activities is translating the teaching and research expertise of medical school faculty into achievable goals at the clinical practice level.
Daily Free Press Alumni Network
Working to sustain and advance the high-quality, innovative, and independent student newspaper at Boston University.
Dean of Students
Enhancing the quality, character, and perspectives of our students through orientation, mentoring, and counseling programs geared to promote an environment that encourages intellectual exchange and individual expression.
The Department of Dermatology provides care to inpatients and outpatients in the Boston area.
Serving all of Boston University’s dining needs, with 3 residence dining rooms, 17 retail outlets, the Union Court, and much more.
Electrical & Computer Engineering
World-class, interdisciplinary research, one-on-one contact between students and faculty, ample research opportunities for all students and a sense of community and global responsibility.
Environmental Health & Safety
Environmental Health & Safety’s mission is to provide a safe environment for students, employees, faculty, staff, and patients.
Executive MBA Program
The program focuses on management as a system, a cross-functional understanding of the interdependencies among organizations’ components.
Feld Career Center
Our counselors provide training for lifelong career development.
Film & Television
Over the years, Film & Television graduates from BU have turned out to be some of America’s most successful directors, screenwriters, editors, producers, executives and academics.
Fitness & Recreation Center (FitRec)
The athletic facility at BU with an 18,000-square-foot weight and cardio room, an indoor jogging track, a climbing wall, swimming pools, various gyms, racquetball and squash courts, and a lazy river.
Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future
The Center conducts interdisciplinary and policy-relevant research on a wide range of issues that contribute to long-term improvements in the human condition.
Global Programs advances Boston University’s global strategy and serves as a champion for internationally oriented initiatives at home in Boston and abroad.
Harriet E. Richards House
Alternative housing for female undergraduate students dependent on financial aid.
Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine
The Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine offers a four-year Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) program and a two-year Advanced Standing program for internationally trained dentists. We also offer advanced certificates and degrees in all recognized specialties.
Hillel House (Jewish Ministry)
The center for Jewish life on the Boston University campus.
Boston University’s Office of Housing manages room assignments, residence calendars plus residence-related services.
Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center
A major resource for researchers, biographers, historians, producers, and students, with substantial holdings of contemporary and historical documents, and over 140,000 rare books.
Howard Thurman Center
The Howard Thurman Center provides an interactive space and innovative programs where students from diverse social networks can connect. Located on the lower level of BU’s student union, our work is based on the common ground philosophy of Dr. Thurman.
Initiative on Cities
The Initiative on Cities is an urban leadership institute committed to making cities better.
Innovate@BU is Boston University’s campus-wide initiative for students and alumni to learn and engage in innovation through three primary activities: build, study, and research.
Institute for Technology Entrepreneurship & Commercialization
Provides education, training, mentoring, and networking that support entrepreneurs who are Boston University students, faculty, and alumni.
Providing best-in-class infrastructure and services to support innovative and effective teaching, leading research, and efficient and convenient University services. Including Educational Technology and Information Security Departments.
Marsh Chapel (Christian Ministry)
The Christian ministry at Boston University supports all faiths and denominations.
Master's In Media Ventures
A program for creative, entrepreneurial people who love technology, business, and media, and who want to develop innovative content.
Materials Science & Engineering
Materials science and engineering is driving innovations in biomaterials, electronic and photonic materials, materials for energy and the environment, and nanomaterials applications.
A two-year interactive learning experience addressing the dynamics of global business.
ME educational components provide students with a strong technical foundation as well as access to a wide array of educational opportunities that extend beyond the classroom.
Metropolitan College offers part-time, full-time, and international students a remarkable range of choices for study to help enrich their lives and advance their careers
Metropolitan College Programs in Food, Wine & the Arts
Metropolitan College Programs in Food, Wine & the Arts professional certificate programs offer in-depth, hands-on knowledge to prepare you for the high standards and demands of the food profession.
Off the Cuff Magazine
An independent, student-run digital and print magazine focusing on the creative collision between fashion, art, and diversity.
Orientation & Off-Campus Services
The Orientation staff is here to facilitate your transition to Boston University.
Pappas Law Library
Committed to the continued growth of academic excellence for BU Law.
Pardee School of Global Studies
The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston Univeristy. Dedicated to advancing human progress and building a new generation of global leaders.
The physics program gives students a foundation of knowledge and problem-solving ability on which to build a variety of careers.
Political scientists explore the concerns and issues that animate public life. Using both humanistic and scientific approaches, we study how political communities attempt to reconcile the claims of justice, power, liberty, and authority.
Program in Publishing (CPE)
Certificate program that teaches the important fundamentals of the publishing industry.
The principal link between BU and regional, national, and international news media.
Questrom School of Business
The Questrom School of Business develops new ideas and insights for scholars and practitioners through its faculty’s research.
Questrom School of Business Alumni
The Questrom alumni community is one of its key resources, with a global network of 45,000 management alumni located in more than 100 countries.
Questrom School of Business Undergraduate Program Office
The Undergraduate Program Office (UPO) serves as a supportive environment for undergraduate students during every stage of their academic careers at the Questrom School of Business.
School of Education
The School of Education is committed to both the preparation of educators and the advancement of research and scholarship, offering programs leading to initial licensure as a teacher, counselor, or administrator, as well as programs of advanced studies for practitioners and scholars.
School of Education Special Education Program
This program gives students the opportunity to learn about individuals with disabilities, and the programs, supports, and public policies that affect these individuals throughout their lives.
School of Hospitality Administration
Bachelor of Science candidates get a solid liberal arts background along with professional training in the hospitality industry, including internships and study abroad. Students may earn a BS or a combined BS/MLA in Gastronomy with Metropolitan College.
School of Law
The core of the BU Law learning experience is excellent teaching and a superior learning environment in which teachers–nationally acclaimed for their legal skills and scholarship–guide, inspire, and challenge their students.
School of Medicine
Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) is a major research institution, providing an exceptional environment for students interested in basic science, clinical investigation, or public health and health services-oriented research.
School of Public Health
Boston University School of Public Health offers master’s and doctoral-level education in a wide variety of public health concentrations, striving to improve the health of local, national, and international populations.
School of Social Work
A dynamic, urban-based graduate school, committed to producing social workers who possess excellent skills and know how to practice within a variety of contexts, from clinical counseling to community-based and macro-level settings.
School of Theology
The oldest theological seminary of American Methodism and the founding school of Boston University, offering several special degree programs.
Student Activities Office
Here to keep you informed and involved with events and activities as a member of the student community!
Student Health Services
A center designed to help meet your health care needs while at Boston University.
Students from Boston University and over 150 other colleges and universities nationwide enjoy the opportunity to study in more than 30 cities on six continents every year.
The on-campus organization devoted to making BU a more environmentally friendly place through recycling, conservation, and other “green” activities.
Serving alumni who have a personal or professional interest in sustainability and connecting all BU alumni in this fast-growth industry to the University and each other.
Systems Engineering cuts across the traditional engineering departments as a discipline that enables building, analyzing, or managing a system be it electrical, mechanical, chemical, biological, or one involving business processes and logistics.
Covering the whole spectrum of BU sports, including varsity, club, and intramurals.
The Castle at Boston University
A graceful, Tudor Revival mansion available for weddings or private events.
The School of Theatre in the College of Fine Arts at Boston University was established in 1954 as one of the country’s leading institutions for the study of acting, stage management, design, production, and all aspects of the theatrical profession.
Trustee Center at Boston University
The Metcalf Trustee Center at Boston University offers an elegant setting for your next event, whether it is a wedding reception or corporate function.
Tsai Performance Center
Situated in the College of Arts & Sciences building, an ideal performance space for concerts, theatrical and dance presentations, lectures, film programs, and conferences.
Info about academics, fun facts, visitor programs, and more for prospective students.
University Shuttle (The BUS)
A shuttle bus with stops all along the BU campus and easing travel between Boston University’s Charles River and Medical Campuses.
A federally funded college preparatory program for potential first-generation college and low-income Boston Public High School students.