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Boston University Parents Weekend 2013

Boston University Orientation

Friday, October 18, 2013 at 11:00 AM - Sunday, October 20, 2013 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

Boston, MA

Boston University Parents Weekend 2013

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Remaining Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Lazy River: Leidy Churchman on Friday from 10am-5pm
Paintings and videos are featured in this Brooklyn-based artist's first solo show at a university gallery. Churchman references life cycles and swimming pools through abstract and figurative paintings and gestures.

College of Fine Arts
855 Commonwealth Avenue
Stone Gallery
Friday, October 18 from 10am-5pm
1281 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
Hamid Kachmar: Reviving the Ancient Tifinagh Script on Friday 11am-5pm
Hamid Kachmar is a multifaceted, internationally trained artist of indigenous Moroccan Amazigh ancestry. Kachmar's materials and techniques evoke metaphors, moods, and expressions of his home country, and his experiences studying and traveling abroad. In "Reviving the Ancient Tifinagh Script," Kachmar paints, carves, and weaves the ancient Amazigh script, Tifinagh, into textual and visual compositions that represent a struggle for identity, cultural survival, and self-conception.

George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Avenue, 2nd floor
Sherman Gallery
Friday, October 18 from 11am-5pm
1375 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
16th Annual UROP Symposium on Friday from 11:30am-1:30pm
Join more than 225 undergraduates who conducted research under the mentorship of Boston University faculty as they present their research findings in an interactive poster session. Posters will be presented in two sessions from 11am-noon and from noon-1pm. A brief award ceremony will be held at 1pm. Support for research was provided by organizations such as the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP), the national Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, and the Beckman Foundation.

George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Avenue
Metcalf Hall
Friday, October 18 from 11:30am-1:30pm
1249 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
Tour and Q&A at Boston University Academy on Friday from 1-2pm
A small co-ed high school with a classically based curriculum intellectually curious students take classes at Boston University – where the life of the mind meets the life of the teenager. BU Academy will offer a guided tour of our campus and do a brief Q&A about our programs.
BU Academy
One University Road
Friday, October 18 from 1-2pm
76 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
Parents Panel: Parenting During the College Years on Friday from 2-3pm
You've watched your son/daughter transition through middle school, graduate from high school and helped him/her move into his/her Warren Tower dorm room. Now what? What is your role now that your son/daughter is living an independent life at college? Ask BU staff and administrators and fellow BU parents questions and listen to their advice to learn the secrets of parenting a college student.

George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Avenue
Conference Auditorium
Friday, October 18 from 2-3pm
Sold Out Ended Free $0.00
B.U. Then & Now: The Evolution of Our University on Friday from 3-4pm
Help us celebrate our Fiftieth Anniversary! The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center, founded in 1963, is the home of the Boston University Archives, a historical collection of publications, manuscripts and photographs that tell the story of the founding and development of the University. Join Boston University Archivist Diane Gallagher for a talk on where the University started and how it has become a major international research institution. The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center will also showcase the major exhibition A View from the Vault: Fifty Years of Collecting as well as the exhibition of original letters and personal papers from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection, called Pin His Ear to the Wisdom Post: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the School of Prophets in the MLK Reading Room on the third floor. Also featured will be exhibitions on the great prima ballerina Dame Alicia Markova, legendary television producer Aaron Spelling, and much more!.

Mugar Memorial Library
771 Commonwealth Avenue
Friday, October 18 from 3-4pm
1067 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
Preparing for Final Exams on Friday from 3-4pm
Getting ready for finals is often an intimidating experience for students and the family members that support them. This presentation and corresponding discussion will focus on bringing an understanding of what students will experience between now and the final exam period. Participants will learn some key strategies to support their students during this academically rigorous time. Reservations are not required

Center for Student Services
100 Bay State Road
Room 545
Friday, October 18 from 3-4pm
Sold Out Ended Free $0.00
Inaugural SED Parents Council Meeting / School of Education Dean’s Reception on Friday from 3:30-5pm
The School of Education is creating a parents council. The role of this council to provide an opportunity to learn more about the school, share that parent’s experience, and learn ways that parents can become more involved in improving the quality of the school. You will get a chance to hear from the Dean about the state of the school and meet the Executive Committee of the Parents Council.

School of Education
2 Silber Way
SED 250
Friday, October 18 from 3-4pm

Ever wonder what happens after you drop students off in September? Join Dean Coleman, faculty, and staff for a light reception and a glimpse at the life of a Boston University student.

School of Education
2 Silber Way
SED Lobby
Friday, October 18 from 4-5:30pm
1365 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
College of General Studies: Meet the Deans and Faculty on Friday from 3:30-4:30pm
Please join us for an informal gathering to meet deans, faculty and advisors in our lobby; parents and students are then invited to meet team faculty and advisors in designated areas throughout the College

College of General Studies
871 Commonwealth Avenue
CGS Lobby
Friday, October 18 from 3:30-4:30pm
1136 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
College of Arts & Sciences Dean’s Reception on Friday from 4-5pm
CAS parents, students and guests are invited to an informal afternoon reception in the Tsai Performance Center Lobby. Please join Dean Virginia Sapiro, faculty and staff for casual conversation and meet other families and guests whose students are attending Boston University.

Tsai Lobby
725 Commonwealth Ave
Friday, October 18 from 4-5pm
747 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
Sargent College Dean’s Reception for Parents on Friday from 4-5pm
All Sargent parents and students are welcome at this reception.

Sargent College
635 Commonwealth Avenue
Setterberg Lounge
Friday, October 18 from 4-5pm
1344 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
College of Engineering Dean's Reception on Friday from 4-5:30pm
Engineering students and their families are invited to mingle with the Dean, faculty, and staff. Business casual attire.

1 Silber Way
9th Floor
Friday, October 18 from 4-5:30pm
1028 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
College of Communication Dean’s Reception on Friday from 4-6pm
Dean Tom Fiedler welcomes parents and students to our annual Dean's Reception. We will also be hosting presentations highlighting faculty and student work. The Dean's Reception will be held from 4-5 p.m. and the Faculty Showcase will be from 5-6 p.m.

College of Communication
640 Commonwealth Avenue
COM 209
Friday, October 18 from 4-6pm
1195 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
School of Hospitality Administration Dean's Reception on Friday from 4-6pm
Meet and mingle with the deans, faculty and advisors of the School of Hospitality

School of Hospitality Administration
928 Commonwealth Avenue
SHA Lobby & Stamas Lounge
Friday, October 18 from 4-6 pm
1441 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
College of Fine Arts Dean’s Reception on Friday from 4:30-6pm
Please join Dean Benjamín Juárez and the directors of our schools at our annual reception for parents of College of Fine Arts students.

Commonwealth Gallery
855 Commonwealth Avenue
Friday, October 18 4:30–6:00pm
1373 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
School of Management Dean's Reception on Friday from 5-6:30pm
Dean Ken Freeman and the members of the faculty and staff of the School of Management invite SMG students and their families to join us for food, drink, and conversation.

School of Management
595 Commonwealth Avenue
SMG Executive Leadership Center
Friday, October 18 from 5-6:30pm
1058 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
Taste of the World Dinner - Warren Towers on Friday from 6-8pm
Join Dean Elmore, the staff from the Dean of Students Office and Howard Thurman Center for Dinner. Get a taste of the flavors of the world with this carefully selected menu that highlights Boston University’s global presence. All menu items will be served in the dining halls and University representatives will be available for information and assistance. If your student has a meal plan, you will not need to purchase a ticket for them to attend the dinner.

Warren Towers Dining Hall
700 Commonwealth Avenue
Friday, October 18 from 6-8pm
250 Tickets Ended $14.00 $0.00
Taste of the World Dinner - West Campus on Friday from 6-8pm
Join Dean Elmore, the staff from the Dean of Students Office and Howard Thurman Center for Dinner. Get a taste of the flavors of the world with this carefully selected menu that highlights Boston University’s global presence. All menu items will be served in the dining halls and University representatives will be available for information and assistance. If your student has a meal plan, you will not need to purchase a ticket for them to attend the dinner.

West Campus Dining Hall
275 Babcock Street
Friday, October 18 from 6-8pm
274 Tickets Ended $14.00 $0.00
Taste of the World Dinner - 100 Bay State Road on Friday from 6-8pm
Join Dean Elmore, the staff from the Dean of Students Office and Howard Thurman Center for Dinner. Get a taste of the flavors of the world with this carefully selected menu that highlights Boston University’s global presence. All menu items will be served in the dining halls and University representatives will be available for information and assistance. If your student has a meal plan, you will not need to purchase a ticket for them to attend the dinner.

Marciano Commons
100 Bay State Road
Friday, October 18 from 6-8pm
221 Tickets Ended $14.00 $0.00
Stage Troupe presents “The Drowsy Chaperone” on Friday from 8pm
The curtain rises on a present-day musical theatre fanatic eager to tell you about his favorite Broadway musical — “The Drowsy Chaperone.” He’s the ultimate Everyfan and “Drowsy” is his guilty pleasure. As he begins listening to the rare cast recording, the show cleverly and magically blooms to life, telling the hilarious tale of a pampered Broadway starlet and her debonair fiance, an overzealous producer, a dizzy chorine, the Latin lover and a couple of bumbling gangsters. Ruses are played. Hi-jinks occur. And the plot spins everyone into musical comedy euphoria. Student Ticket is $12

Tsai Performance Center
685 Commonwealth Avenue
Friday, October 18 from 8pm
171 Tickets Ended $12.00 $0.00
Stage Troupe presents “The Drowsy Chaperone” on Friday from 8pm
The curtain rises on a present-day musical theatre fanatic eager to tell you about his favorite Broadway musical — “The Drowsy Chaperone.” He’s the ultimate Everyfan and “Drowsy” is his guilty pleasure. As he begins listening to the rare cast recording, the show cleverly and magically blooms to life, telling the hilarious tale of a pampered Broadway starlet and her debonair fiance, an overzealous producer, a dizzy chorine, the Latin lover and a couple of bumbling gangsters. Ruses are played. Hi-jinks occur. And the plot spins everyone into musical comedy euphoria. General Admission is $15

Tsai Performance Center
725 Commonwealth Avenue
Friday, October 18 from 8pm
175 Tickets Ended $15.00 $0.00
The Evasons Mentalist Duo on Friday from 9pm
Award-winning mentalists Jeff and Tessa Evason blend the mystical power of magic with spellbinding feats of telepathy and illusion, psyching out audiences with an entertaining act that defies logical explanation. Hailed as “The most amazing mind-reading act you’ve ever seen!” by Powers of the Paranormal on FOX-TV, the extraordinary duo have performed in over 30 countries across the globe and made numerous appearances on major television networks including The World’s Greatest Magic on NBC, Grand Illusions on the Discovery Channel and Masters of Illusion on PAX.

George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Avenue
Metcalf Hall
Friday, October 18 Doors Open at 8:30pm
Show Begins at 9:00pm


333 Tickets Ended $15.00 $0.00
Tours of the School of Management on Saturday from 11am-1pm
The Dean's Hosts will offer guided tours of the School of Management building.

School of Management
595 Commonwealth Avenue
SMG Atrium
Saturday, October 19 from 11am-1pm
1134 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
GlobEx on Saturday from 12-3pm

GlobEx Join BU Study Abroad and the Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground (HTC) in this exposition-style event. Learn about the 99 study abroad programs in over 30 cities and 20 countries that comprise the unmatched variety of opportunities around the globe for students like living, studying, and interning abroad! All students, regardless of program of study or financial circumstance, have ways to go abroad. Then stay for (1) some entertainment provided by the HTC’s Culture Council, featuring cultural student organizations performing original acts based on the music and dance from around the world and (2) the continuation of Study Abroad’s expo that will include one-on-one advising, student displays, and informal conversations. Learn about Howard Thurman and his philosophy of common ground. It’s going to be an event you won’t want to miss. Official Study Abroad program starts at noon. Student performances start at 12:45 p.m. Snacks and refreshments will be provided.

George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Avenue
GSU Metcalf Hall
Saturday, October 19 from 12-3pm
294 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
SMG: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow on Saturday from 1-2:30pm
Professor Jim Post of the Markets, Public Policy, & Law department will provide a brief history of the school as we celebrate our centennial. Then, Professor Chris. Dellarocas, Chair of the Management Information Systems department, will explore the evolving disruptive impact of technology in higher education. Q&A and a reception will follow.

School of Management
595 Commonwealth Avenue
Room 105
Saturday, October 19 from 1-2:30pm
1205 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
Lazy River: Leidy Churchman on Saturday from 1-5pm
Paintings and videos are featured in this Brooklyn-based artist's first solo show at a university gallery. Churchman references life cycles and swimming pools through abstract and figurative paintings and gestures.

College of Fine Arts
855 Commonwealth Avenue
Stone Gallery
Saturday, October 19 from 1-5pm
1326 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
Hamid Kachmar: Reviving the Ancient Tifinagh Script on Saturday from 1-5pm
Hamid Kachmar is a multifaceted, internationally trained artist of indigenous Moroccan Amazigh ancestry. Kachmar's materials and techniques evoke metaphors, moods, and expressions of his home country, and his experiences studying and traveling abroad. In "Reviving the Ancient Tifinagh Script," Kachmar paints, carves, and weaves the ancient Amazigh script, Tifinagh, into textual and visual compositions that represent a struggle for identity, cultural survival, and self-conception.

George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Avenue, 2nd floor
Sherman Gallery
Saturday, October 19 from 1pm-5pm
1410 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
Career Development: Positioning Students for the Future on Saturday from 1:30-3:30pm
Center for Career Development staff members invite you to a presentation and open house in our state of the art space in the Center for Student Services at 100 Bay State Road. Learn about the career development cycle, including choosing a major, finding a great internship and developing job search strategies. Listen to students' stories on how their experiences are helping guide their decision making about the future. Join us for an open house immediately following the presentation and student panel to ask questions, get to know us, and enjoy light refreshments. We look forward to seeing you!

Center for Student Services
100 Bay State Road
Center for Career Development
Saturday, October 19 from 1:30-3:30pm
266 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
A Lesson to All: John F. Kennedy, J. Edgar Hoover, Lee Harvey Oswald, and the Death of a President on Saturday from 2-3pm
College of General Studies Professor Thomas Whalen, a keen observer of the American Presidency, will give an enlightening talk about John. F. Kennedy and his political enemies on the 50th anniversary of his assassination. CGS Professor Thomas Whalen is one of the most sought after BU faculty for commentary and analysis. Print, TV and online media cite him frequently because of his expertise on the Presidency, elections and his engaging style.

College of Arts & Sciences
725 Commonwealth Avenue
Room 522
Saturday, October 19 from 2-3pm
Sold Out Ended Free $0.00
Irish Heritage Trail Tour at 2pm on Saturday
Irish Heritage Trail Tour - Three major ethnic groups in Boston have left indelible impacts in the city known for its rich history. Learn about the lives of the Irish, African Americans, and Chinese as they made the Hub their homes. Tours include sites such as the Charles Street Meeting House, the famous paifang gate, and the Old City Hall. The cost includes public transportation fares. All tours leave from the Howard Thurman Center and last two hours.

775 Commonwealth Avenue, Basement
Departs from the Howard Thurman Center
Saturday, October 19 from 2-4pm
Sold Out Ended $5.00 $0.00
Black Heritage Trail Tour at 2pm on Saturday
Black Heritage Trail Tour - Three major ethnic groups in Boston have left indelible impacts in the city known for its rich history. Learn about the lives of the Irish, African Americans, and Chinese as they made the Hub their homes. Tours include sites such as the Charles Street Meeting House, the famous paifang gate, and the Old City Hall. The cost includes public transportation fares. All tours leave from the Howard Thurman Center and last two hours.

George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Avenue, Basement
Departs from the Howard Thurman Center
Saturday, October 19 from 2:20-4:20pm
Sold Out Ended $5.00 $0.00
Chinatown Heritage Trail Tour at 2pm on Saturday
Chinatown Heritage Trail Tour - Three major ethnic groups in Boston have left indelible impacts in the city known for its rich history. Learn about the lives of the Irish, African Americans, and Chinese as they made the Hub their homes. Tours include sites such as the Charles Street Meeting House, the famous paifang gate, and the Old City Hall. The cost includes public transportation fares. All tours leave from the Howard Thurman Center and last two hours.

George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Avenue, Basement
Departs from the Howard Thurman Center
Saturday, October 19 from 2:40-4:40pm
Sold Out Ended $5.00 $0.00
Irish Heritage Trail Tour at 3pm on Saturday
Irish Heritage Trail Tour -Three major ethnic groups in Boston have left indelible impacts in the city known for its rich history. Learn about the lives of the Irish, African Americans, and Chinese as they made the Hub their homes. Tours include sites such as the Charles Street Meeting House, the famous paifang gate, and the Old City Hall. The cost includes public transportation fares. All tours leave from the Howard Thurman Center and last two hours.

George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Avenue, Basement
Departs from the Howard Thurman Center
Saturday, October 19 from 3-5pm
Sold Out Ended $5.00 $0.00
Black Heritage Trail Tour at 3pm on Saturday
Black Heritage Trail Tour - LThree major ethnic groups in Boston have left indelible impacts in the city known for its rich history. Learn about the lives of the Irish, African Americans, and Chinese as they made the Hub their homes. Tours include sites such as the Charles Street Meeting House, the famous paifang gate, and the Old City Hall. The cost includes public transportation fares. All tours leave from the Howard Thurman Center and last two hours.

George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Avenue, Basement
Departs from the Howard Thurman Center
Saturday, October 19 from 3:20-5:20pm
Sold Out Ended $5.00 $0.00
Chinatown Heritage Trail Tour at 3pm on Saturday
Chinatown Heritage Trail Tour -Three major ethnic groups in Boston have left indelible impacts in the city known for its rich history. Learn about the lives of the Irish, African Americans, and Chinese as they made the Hub their homes. Tours include sites such as the Charles Street Meeting House, the famous paifang gate, and the Old City Hall. The cost includes public transportation fares. All tours leave from the Howard Thurman Center and last two hours.

George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Avenue, Basement
Departs from the Howard Thurman Center
Saturday, October 19 from 3:40-5:40pm
Sold Out Ended $5.00 $0.00
Women's Field Hockey vs. Bucknell on Saturday
Women's Field Hockey vs. Bucknell
22 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
Boston University Chamber Ensembles on Saturday from 8-10pm
Boston University Chamber Ensembles Ann Howard Jones, conductor

Marsh Chapel
735 Commonwealth Avenue
Saturday, October 19 from 8-10pm
84 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
Wine Tasting Seminar- The New Wines of Sicily on Saturday from 4-5:30pm
Bill Nesto, Master of Wine, Senior Lecturer at Boston University, and co-author of “The World of Sicilian Wine”, selects six of Sicily’s most distinctive wines for sampling. The wines are each made from the grapes of one vine variety. Such wines are called varietal wines. Attendees can thus experience each variety’s distinctive flavor profile and its vinous potential. Nesto selects only varieties native to Sicily, varieties which have a history of usage which trails back far into Italian history. Throughout Nesto’s informative guided tasting, attendees sample Italian-style specialty foods chosen to complement the wines. OPEN to all over 21 years of age.

808 Commonwealth Avenue
Fuller 117
Saturday, October 19 from 4-5:30 pm
Sold Out Ended $30.00 $0.00
Stage Troupe presents “The Drowsy Chaperone” on Saturday from 8pm
The curtain rises on a present-day musical theatre fanatic eager to tell you about his favorite Broadway musical — “The Drowsy Chaperone.” He’s the ultimate Everyfan and “Drowsy” is his guilty pleasure. As he begins listening to the rare cast recording, the show cleverly and magically blooms to life, telling the hilarious tale of a pampered Broadway starlet and her debonair fiance, an overzealous producer, a dizzy chorine, the Latin lover and a couple of bumbling gangsters. Ruses are played. Hi-jinks occur. And the plot spins everyone into musical comedy euphoria. General Admission is $15

Tsai Performance Center
725 Commonwealth Avenue
Saturday, October 19 from 8pm
331 Tickets Ended $15.00 $0.00
Global Dance Party on Saturday from 10pm
Global Dance Party From salsa to Indipop, and Azonto to Gangnam Style, high-octane and energetic music from around the world will be featured to get you moving and dancing. It’s a dance party like no other to celebrate Boston University’s incredible global diversity and world-class status.

George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Avenue
GSU Metcalf Hall
Saturday, October 19 10pm


878 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
Bagel Brunch @ Hillel on Sunday from 9:30-11am
Bagel Brunch @ Hillel Come join us for bagels and coffee at the Florence and Chafetz Hillel House to meet the Hillel staff as well as other parents and the students who make up our community
Hillel House
213 Bay State Road
Sunday, October 20 from 9:30-11am
Sold Out Ended Free $0.00
Lazy River: Leidy Churchman on Sunday from 1-5pm
Paintings and videos are featured in this Brooklyn-based artist's first solo show at a university gallery. Churchman references life cycles and swimming pools through abstract and figurative paintings and gestures.

College of Fine Arts
855 Commonwealth Avenue
Stone Gallery
Sunday, October 20 from 1-5pm
1439 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
Hamid Kachmar: Reviving the Ancient Tifinagh Script on Sunday from 1-5pm
Hamid Kachmar is a multifaceted, internationally trained artist of indigenous Moroccan Amazigh ancestry. Kachmar's materials and techniques evoke metaphors, moods, and expressions of his home country, and his experiences studying and traveling abroad. In "Reviving the Ancient Tifinagh Script," Kachmar paints, carves, and weaves the ancient Amazigh script, Tifinagh, into textual and visual compositions that represent a struggle for identity, cultural survival, and self-conception.

George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Avenue, 2nd floor
Sherman Gallery
Sunday, October 20 from 1-5pm
1448 Tickets Ended Free $0.00
Stage Troupe presents “The Drowsy Chaperone” on Sunday from 1pm
The curtain rises on a present-day musical theatre fanatic eager to tell you about his favorite Broadway musical — “The Drowsy Chaperone.” He’s the ultimate Everyfan and “Drowsy” is his guilty pleasure. As he begins listening to the rare cast recording, the show cleverly and magically blooms to life, telling the hilarious tale of a pampered Broadway starlet and her debonair fiance, an overzealous producer, a dizzy chorine, the Latin lover and a couple of bumbling gangsters. Ruses are played. Hi-jinks occur. And the plot spins everyone into musical comedy euphoria. Student Ticket is $12

Tsai Performance Center
725 Commonwealth Avenue
Sunday, October 20 from 1pm
203 Tickets Ended $12.00 $0.00
Stage Troupe presents “The Drowsy Chaperone” on Sunday from 1pm
The curtain rises on a present-day musical theatre fanatic eager to tell you about his favorite Broadway musical — “The Drowsy Chaperone.” He’s the ultimate Everyfan and “Drowsy” is his guilty pleasure. As he begins listening to the rare cast recording, the show cleverly and magically blooms to life, telling the hilarious tale of a pampered Broadway starlet and her debonair fiance, an overzealous producer, a dizzy chorine, the Latin lover and a couple of bumbling gangsters. Ruses are played. Hi-jinks occur. And the plot spins everyone into musical comedy euphoria. General Admission is $15

Tsai Performance Center
685 Commonwealth Avenue
Sunday, October 20 from 1pm
180 Tickets Ended $15.00 $0.00
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Donations to the Parents Fund address BU students’ most immediate needs such as financial aid, advancements at the schools and colleges, as well as student-life programs.
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Parents Weekend is a celebration of Boston University students and their families.

Whether you walk along the Charles River, eat in a University dining hall, attend a faculty presentation, or explore the city of Boston, you are certain to see familiar faces!

Students proudly show off how much they’ve learned, expanded their horizons, and sharpened their talents during the weekend events. Come see what brings the University alive each fall—we look forward to seeing you!

If you would like to attend an event with your student, please include them in the number of tickets you order when registering. If your student has a meal plan, then you will not need to purchase an additional ticket for your student when attending the "Taste of the World" events hosted in our dining halls.

Have questions about Boston University Parents Weekend 2013? Contact Boston University Orientation

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George Sherman Union (Various Locations on Campus. Please check bu.edu/orientation for event details)
775 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215

Friday, October 18, 2013 at 11:00 AM - Sunday, October 20, 2013 at 2:00 PM (EDT)


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