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Boston University School of Medicine

Boston, MA
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Campus Life / Facilities

Visiting And Contact Information

72 East Concord Street

Boston, MA 02118

United States

Phone: 617-638-4630

Fax: 617-638-4718

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Research Facilities
Research Centers: Confocal Laser Scanning Microscope, Transgenic Facility, Cardiovascular Imaging Suite, Lab. Animal Sci. Ct., Mass Spectrometry Core,DNA/Protein Core,Macromolecular X-ray Crystallography Facility,NMR Spectroscopy Core,Cryo-Electron Microscope Facility, Clinical Skills and Simulation Center
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Technology on Campus
% of Classrooms with Internet Access: 100%
Campus-wide Internet Network: Yes
Computer Facilities / Resource Centers: A few computer labs, MEDLINE and other data bases are available
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Campus Life
General Information: Under-represented minorities account for approximately 20 percent of the student body. The average age of entering students is 22, with a very broad range. A large number of colleges are represented, students come from many states and countries of origin, and entering students have pursued a diverse set of programs of study prior to medical school.
Student Life: Students are involved in a large number of student organizations, both professional and cultural. These activities range from the Creative Arts Society to volunteer efforts like the Domestic Violence Awareness Project or the Outreach Van Project that provides food, clothing and medical care to the poor and homeless, as well as interest groups in the most clinical specialties. Housing is convenient to the health sciences campus, with a new on-campus Residence Hall available to all members of the entering class. Medical students have access to the academic and athletic facilities of the medical campus as well as those on the Charles River Campus, including the student union and fitness center. There is a comprehensive advising system through the Academies of Advisors which includes peer advising as well as carefully selected faculty known for their mentoring and teaching skills. As part of the Introduction to Clinical Medicine courses and the clinical rotations, medical students travel around Boston, giving them a chance to explore diverse neighborhoods and communities, one of the exceptional features of a medical education at Boston University School of Medicine.
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Campus Life / Facilities

  • % of Classrooms with Internet Access:
    100%
  • Campus-wide Internet Network:
    Yes