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Tatarsky,Boston U,Period2

  1. 1. Boston University<br />Located in the urban setting of Boston, Massachusetts <br />
  2. 2. Admissions<br />Private University<br />Not affiliated with religion<br />$75 Application Fee<br />Percent applicants admitted: 54%<br />Admission requirements: Essay(s), SAT or ACT ( with writing section), SAT subject tests<br />Average SAT scores: 1850- 2080<br />Recommended units: 20 total <br /> Foreign Language 4<br /> Math 4<br /> Science 4   <br /> Social Studies 4<br />
  3. 3. Cost<br />Size: Number of undergrads- 18, 534<br />Tuition: Per semester- $18,955<br /> Per year- $37,910<br />Housing: Per semester- $3,855<br /> Per Year- $7,710 <br />Meals: Per semester- $2,069<br /> Per year- $4,138<br />Total Per Year: $50,288<br />Average financial aid package: $30,935<br />Average need-based loan: $4,960<br />Average need-based scholarship or grant award: $21,485<br />Average non-need based aid: $18,405<br />
  4. 4. Housing<br />Housing and Policies<br />Guaranteed On-Campus Housing For All Undergraduates<br />99% of first-year students live in college housing<br />65% of all undergraduates live in college housing<br />Housing options: Coed Housing<br />Women&apos;s Housing<br />Apartments For Married Students<br />Apartments For Single Students<br />Cooperative Housing<br />Special Housing For Disabled Students<br />Wellness housing (alcohol/drug/smoke-free)<br />
  5. 5. SportsThe “Terriers”<br />Member of the NCAA<br />Mascot- Rhett “The Boston Terrier” <br />Colors- Scarlet and white<br />Sports include: badminton, baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, diving, fencing, field hockey, football, golf, gymnastics, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track, ultimate frisbee, track, volleyball…and quidditch!<br />
  6. 6. QUIDDITCH<br />
  7. 7. Activities <br /><ul><li>Music ensembles
  8. 8. Musical theater
  9. 9. Opera
  10. 10. Pep band
  11. 11. Radio station
  12. 12. Sororities
  13. 13. Student government
  14. 14. Student newspaper ( The Daily Free Press)
  15. 15. Symphony orchestra
  16. 16. Television station
  17. 17. Yearbook </li></ul>Campus ministries <br />Choral groups <br />Concert band <br />Dance <br />Drama <br />Film society <br />Fraternities<br />International students<br />Jazz band <br />Literary magazine <br />Marching band <br />Model U.N. <br />
  18. 18. Greek Life<br />There are about 10 sororities, and about 10 fraternities, that consist of 1200 students<br />The Greek Community strives toward helping you find your place within the Boston University community. Being Greek means more than just wearing Greek letters, attending meetings, and social events. Being in a fraternity/sorority is about making friendships that will last far beyond your college years while enhancing your personal and leadership development. Fraternities and Sororities are founded on specific values that help guide its members through the college years and beyond. Four ideals that all Greek Organizations possess are: leadership, scholarship, philanthropy, and most importantly brother and sisterhood. (Taken from Boston University’s Website)<br />
  19. 19. Alumni<br />Just to name a few…<br />Geena Davis(actress)<br />Faye Dunaway (actress)<br />Martin Luther King, Jr (Nobel <br />Peace Prize; Civil Rights Leader )<br />Jason Alexander (actor)<br />Julianne Moore(actress)<br />Jack O&apos;Callahan (Olympic hockey player)<br />

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