Premed Applicant Information
Email email@example.com or the chair if you are interested in more information or if you are coming to visit. We can help try to find you a person to stay with for your interview.
Also check out our website for more info:
- BU Spectrum Office
The Spectrum office is in its new location on the third floor of the Sargent Activities Center, home of the Student Activities Office, at 1 University Road, which is off of the BU Bridge and behind the BU Academy.
Inside the office, we have a wealth of supplies, books, and other GLBT information. We maintain an up-to-date collection of materials by GLBT artists, as well as plenty of hang-out-and-chill space where you can just get away for a bit and be who you are (if you weren't doing that already).
- BUSM Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs
The Boston University School of Medicine Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs serves as the Dean’s proponent for diversity and cultural competence among students faculty and staff. The Office of Diversity will accomplish this mission through collaboration with all departments to develop model recruitment and retention strategies and for curriculum and faculty development.
Our vision is that Boston University School of Medicine will lead medical schools in diversity of faculty, students, staff and trainees, by development of innovative programs that educate, recruit and retain a multicultural constituency. We will create a culture and climate that demonstrates BUSM belief that diversity adds value to intellectual development, academic discourse, patient care and research. We believe that diversity is essential to the development of future leaders in healthcare and research to serve our community, nation and world.
Gay 101 - LGBT/Plus One Curriculum
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Non-Discrimination Policy Statement
Boston University prohibits discrimination against any individual on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, marital, parental, or veteran status. This policy extends to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities, including admissions, financial assistance, employment, housing, athletics, and educational programs. Boston University recognizes that nondiscrimination does not ensure that equal opportunity is a reality. The University therefore will continue to take affirmative action to promote equal opportunity for all students, applicants, and employees.
Last Updated: 01/28/13