Friends relax together on the Quad on a nice warm day in April

Current Students

Huskies come from all walks of life but charge forward as a team. It’s a spirit that defines our pack and grit that stands out wherever we go.

illustration of Carver Hall

Campus Resources

Graduate Students

Graduate Student Resources

Commuter Students 

Engaged students are successful students, and college is a time for you to make the most of your time at BU.  The University offers over 100 student clubs and organizations to explore, including one specifically created to advocate for ! We encourage you to try new things, meet up with new and old friends, and have fun while learning more about the world around you.

It’s important to find “your spot” on campus when not in classes; here’s a list of some recommended spots worth checking out:

  • Commuter Lounge – Warren Student Services Center 157 (mini fridge, microwave, pod coffee makers, social spaces).
  • – reserve your own study space or utilize the computers and printers (includes graduate study lounge on the 4th floor).
  • Commons and (Starbucks and Subway have great seating options for you!)
  • Kehr Union
    • student lounges (Fireside on second, info desk lobby on third) – couches and places to charge devices, what more could you need?
    • Game Room near Fireside lounge on second
    • LGBTQA Resource Center – a safe and welcoming space in room 349
  • Women’s Resource Center – Schuykill Hall, everyone is welcome!
  • Student Rec Center – fitness classes, climbing wall, cardio, weight rooms, ping pong tables and more. Locker rooms with showers available.
  • Other couch/lounge areas throughout campus: Soltz, Husky Lounge, McCormick, Arts and Admin building, Bakeless, Old Science

Please connect with the if you have other questions or suggestions on how to improve the commuter student experience.