Boston University (or, BU) is considered one of the top private universities in New England, and has over 33,000 students and 3,800 teachers and faculty members. Martin Luther King Jr received his PhD from BU in 1955. In total, the school boasts that is educated seven Nobel Laureates, placing it among the top educational institutions in the world.
Aside from the world-class education, visitors are drawn to Boston University because it has one of the nation's best hockey teams. A consistent favorite in the hunt for a title, the BU men's hockey team last won a National Championship in 2009 when they pulled off a ferocious comeback with seconds left in the game.
Visiting Boston University
Boston University is smack dab in the middle of the biggest college town in the world. With the main campus situated on nearly two miles of Commonwealth Avenue, BU is literally steps away from the heart of the city. Straddling the picturesque Charles River and running from Agganis Arena to Kenmore Square, the historic school offers a little something for everyone.
In addition to the Charles River Campus, Boston University has a medical campus located minutes away in the South End. Because it is in the heart of Boston, the campus lacks a true green space; however, students make good use of the small stretch of grass nicknamed the BU Beach. Drive through the campus on a summer day and witness students lounging on beach towels, playing catch or simply soaking up the rays.
The hockey team makes its home at the John Hancock Student Village and Agganis Arena, which is the venue of choice for popular musicians and shows throughout the school year and into the summer.
Boston University is easily accessible by the MBTA Green Line trains toward Boston College. Once on campus, a University Shuttle connects the different campuses.Take a stroll towards Kenmore Square and be sure to walk along Bay State Road to see gorgeously refurbished brownstones that currently house many BU students. Once in Kenmore, turn to the right and walk up Lansdowne Street toward the famed home of the Boston Red Sox: Fenway Park.
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