Student Resources

Enjoy the resources of Boston University—right at your own base.

Since Boston University offered its first overseas program for military personnel stationed abroad in 1964, the military community has been a vital part of Boston University. Students in our programs at military sites are full members of the University. As you study, you will enjoy the same high academic standards as students on main campus—we’ve done our best to make sure that you have access to all the resources you need to get the most out of your experience with us.

We’ve made arrangements for library services, computer access, and course waivers that apply specifically to the military community. You’ll receive individual career and academic advising from local field offices, and you’ll also have full access to the career services on campus in Boston. And of course, when you graduate, you’ll be a part of a dynamic and active group of over 377,000 Boston University alumni worldwide.