WiFi / BU Guest Network
Our robust wireless network will keep you connected regardless of where you are on campus. As a guest of a conference or program, you will have full access to the network on your computer, phone, and other wireless devices. Refer to this guide on how to connect to the network, or ask a Front Desk Attendant at any time for assistance.

Due to Boston University’s urban setting, street parking is limited. We encourage visitors to take public transportation as much as possible. Should your travel needs require parking, select university lots are available for daily or overnight guest parking. Overnight parking is typically available at Lot B: Langsam Garage. Please refer to your program’s housing packages for more information about parking availability and rates. Didn’t come with a car? Check out the Getting Around page.

Fitness and Recreation Center
While you are at BU this summer, your workout routine doesn’t need to fall behind! In fact, you can take it up a notch at FitRec.

Beat the heat indoors at Boston University’s phenomenal Fitness and Recreation Center. Facilities such as 18,000 square feet of the latest cardio and strength equipment, an indoor jogging track, two world-class swimming pools, squash and racquetball courts, and a climbing wall give you the best workout in Boston just steps away from where you will be staying. Summer guest passes are available for day use, as well as one, two, three, four, six, eight and twelve-week increments.

Registration is easy. Simply stop by FitRec Member Services at 915 Commonwealth Ave when you arrive. Check out the FitRec website for pricing and details. Take the FitRec Tour.

City Convenience
You’re never far from a quick pick-me-up. These full-service stores feature grocery items, including coffee, muffins, sandwiches, and healthy snacks. Newspapers, magazines, sundries, and a range of other products and services are also available. City Convenience stores are located throughout campus, including West Campus, The George Sherman Union, and Warren Towers.

Dining & GrubHub
Hungry? We are too! If you are going to eat in the GSU Union Court Food Hall, you’ll need to learn how GrubHub works on our campus. It’s a must to place an order. Saves you time from waiting in lines! If your group will be eating in the dining halls, look for information from your conference planner about where to go & when.

Area Attractions
There’s so much to see and do in Boston – we don’t know where to start! Check out some of our highlights of area attractions.