Boston University

Established in 1839, Boston University is the fourth largest private institution of higher learning in the United States.  The University’s main campus is situated along the scenic Charles River and stretches over one-and-a-half miles into the heart of the city after which it was named.  It is home to more than 31,000 students and eighteen schools and colleges.  Its faculty and alumni include Alexander Graham Bell, Martin Luther King, Jr., numerous other Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners (and a fair share of NHL players).  Since its founding, the school has boasted a dedication to academics as well as service to the community.

Having Methodist roots, Boston University is now the epitome of diversity, attracting students from all fifty U.S. states and over 100 countries.  Students participate in more than 250 programs of study and are involved in nearly 500 student organizations, the best of which is, of course, the International Affairs Association

For more information about Boston University, please visit the university website.