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I Don't Want To Be Part Of The Herd.
Lindsay
It Was The Most Amazing Feeling Of My Life.
Lindsay
College Is The Way To Go
Jose
Time Is Going By. Take The Chance Now.
Jose
Lindsay
Jose
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Lindsay

Program Criminal Justice

Lindsay wanted to be a spy when she was little.

She remembers being disappointed by "spy kits" that came with stickers and toys rather than real tools for conducting investigations. When she grew up and found that she was reading criminology books and watching crime documentaries for fun, Lindsay decided to pursue a career in criminal justice. "I finally realized that I don't have to just play with stickers," she says. "I can really go out and do something with this."

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Last summer, Lindsay lived out her dream of skydiving for the first time.

"It was just me, the ocean, the Cape, and sunset," she says. "It was awesome." She's planning to take other risks in her future career, namely breaking out of the hierarchical structure of law enforcement to really address problems. She plans to start out at the Boston police department then transition into social work and advocacy. "I'm getting this degree to be someone who has a voice that's respected but then has something intelligent to say behind it that's actually going to make a difference."

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Jose

Program Criminal Justice

Jose is working toward his bachelor's degree in criminal justice, planning to go into law enforcement and continue the work he’s doing with troubled youth at a Boston community center.

Or he might follow in the footsteps of his mom, a judge, who encouraged him and his siblings to graduate from college, no matter what. Jose values higher education because it teaches people to challenge different perspectives and speak up.

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As a reward for completing two years of college, Jose saved up and bought himself a watch.

It keeps him grounded. "A watch is reality. Minutes always go by," he says. "This is what keeps me motivated. 'I'm going there, and it's gonna take me this amount of time.' That's why I love watches."

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What Drives Lindsay?

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Others
B10%Financial
Security
C60%Intellectual
Curiosity
D10%Sense of
Duty
E10%Career
Opportunities

What Drives Jose?

A20%Helping
Others
B25%Financial
Security
C25%Intellectual
Curiosity
D15%Sense of
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E15%Career
Opportunities

Criminal Justice

Available Degrees Bachelor's, Associate's

It's a fact—the U.S. has the highest incarceration rate per capita and the biggest prison population of any country in the world.

Our program will give you the historical and theoretical knowledge along with the practical skills you need to innovate and succeed in the criminal justice field, including:

  • A broader understanding of criminal justice that focuses on world and social justice as well as domestic justice issues.
  • An active sense of inquiry to explore alternatives beyond current “broken” systems and concepts.
  • An in-depth understanding of the criminal justice process from investigations through incarceration and reentry.
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Why Criminal Justice?

Make a Difference in Your Community
Law Clerk
Criminologist
Probation Officer
Possible Careers
I've Never Wanted To Work In An Office.
Ian
Music Was Always Something I Enjoyed Doing.
Ian
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Ian

Program Entertainment Management

Ian got interested in music because of his dad, a musician.

Now, Ian is working toward a degree in event management. Ian knows higher education will give him a leg up in his field and, simply put, he likes learning. "Knowledge is fun," he says. And it doesn't hurt that his teachers in the program have tons of real-world experience putting on live events.

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For Ian, pursuing event management is following through on his dad's unrealized dream of working in the music industry.

When he's not in class, he works at House of Blues and plays guitar and bass guitar and sings. "Everything I'm doing as of right now is based in what I want to be doing in the future," he says. "Everything I'm doing now, I'm excited to be doing."

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What Drives Ian?

A12.5%Helping
Others
B12.5%Financial
Security
C25%Intellectual
Curiosity
D12.5%Sense of
Duty
E25%Career
Opportunities
F12.5%Having
Fun

Entertainment Management

Available Degrees Bachelor's, Associate's

Every successful show needs a ringmaster. We'll teach you how to crack the whip.

Our program can help you master the art of presentation, negotiation, and management—all of the skills you need to succeed behind the scenes in the entertainment world.

  • Establish and demonstrate your skills in business disciplines connected with the entertainment field, including finance, accounting and marketing.
  • Explore, synthesize and evaluate the various theories and various levels of management, best practices, and entertainment industry standards.
  • Identify, incorporate, and evaluate the role of technology and its use in managing and conducting business in an increasingly global and complex entertainment industry.
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Why Entertainment Management?

Mohegan Sun
Van's Warped Tour
House of Blues
Comcast Center
Companies That Have Hired Our Grads
The Spot
Student-Run
Studio Space
Without The Qualifications, My Ideas Wouldn't Really Make A Difference
Ryan
I Want To Have What My Mom Didn't Have.
Ryan
You Can Do What You Want To Do.
Rosie
I've Come Such A Long Way.
Rosie
Ryan
Rosie
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Ryan

Program Business Administration

Ryan started out studying Broadcasting at Brooklyn College but found the field to be too competitive.

Ryan had already earned an Associate's Degree in Broadcasting and was working toward a Bachelor's, but he decided to transfer to Bay State and study Business Administration instead. He plans to run his own broadcasting company—or become a consultant or manager. "I always saw myself as a person who thought about ways of making tasks or goals more efficient and effective," he says. "Without the qualifications, I figured my ideas wouldn't really make a difference."

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Ryan is motivated to succeed by his family.

Ryan's parents didn't have much education, and not many of his extended family members went to college. "My drive is seeing [my parents] struggle throughout the years to make it. I don't want to create that cycle for my family," he says. "I would like to establish a strong foundation. If I have the opportunity now, which I do, it would make things a lot easier financially in the long run."

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Rosie

Program Business Administration / Evening

Rosie was ready for something different. “I hit a certain age and I was just kind of stagnant, and I needed something,” she says.

The something was education. She’s now balancing working a full-time job and being a single mom to three kids with taking evening classes in business administration at Bay State, working toward a degree that will back up her years of management experience. “I wanted to show my kids you can do whatever you want to do,” she says.

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After graduation, Rosie wants to travel.

Where? She plans to let fate decide—just as she did when she visited New Orleans recently after picking it out of a list of one airline's destinations. "I don't know where I'm going to land, but when I do I'm going to land firmly," she says. "And I think [my degree] will help me."

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What Drives Ryan?

A10%Helping
Others
B10%Financial
Security
C60%Intellectual
Curiosity
D10%Sense of
Duty
E10%Career
Opportunities

What Drives Rosie?

A30%Financial
Security
B8%Intellectual
Curiosity
C6%Sense of
Duty
D6%Career
Opportunities
E50%Personal
Growth

Business Administration

Available Degrees Associate's

There's always a better way to run a business. Now the best way to learn how is here.

  • Develop the critical thinking skills needed to launch or operate a successful business.
  • Learn to be a leader who’s able to manage employees and serve customers with the highest possible standards.
  • Embrace the latest technologies to market yourself and your business with effective sales plans, reports and presentations.
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Why Business Administration?

74%
Placement Rate
Men's Health
Ernst & Young
Girl Scouts
Massachusetts General Hospital
Companies That Have Hired Our Grads
$35,000
Average Starting Salary
I Found My Niche.
Corylee
I Love Directing Fashion Shows.
Corylee
I'm Someone That Loves To Learn.
Kapree
The Clothes Are Your Canvas.
Kapree
Corylee
Kapree
Meet

Corylee

Program Fashion Merchandising

In high school, Corylee took classes in marketing and fashion merchandising—and fell in love.

"I found my niche," she says. After high school, when she interviewed at Bay State, she felt right at home. "I just knew right away it was perfect for me. I love it here," she says. Now Corylee is studying fashion merchandising at Bay State, learning the marketing side of the fashion industry and preparing for a career in this high-paced industry.

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In her three years at Bay State, Corylee has worked on fashion shows throughout the city.

She became an assistant to a Bay State faculty member who taught fashion show production and showed her the ropes of putting on fashion shows. Corylee also had the opportunity to work behind the scenes at 2011 Boston Fashion Week. "I'm really passionate about this," she says. "I love directing fashion shows."

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Kapree

Program Fashion Design

Kapree is the youngest of four children, and will be the first in her immediate family to earn a college degree.

She started out studying fine art at PrattMWP in New York but decided to come to Bay State to focus on fashion design. She likes fashion because it's more accessible than fine art. "Where people usually have to go to museums to see your work, [with fashion] they can just go into a store and buy it and wear it, and it's seen all over the world," she says. "I love that."

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After graduation, Kapree may continue with her education and get a bachelor's degree in fashion, or just start working in the industry.

She also dreams of following in the footsteps of Karim Rashid; the bright pink Kone vacuum cleaner he designed is one of her most prized possessions. "He's what I aspire to be," she says. "He does some fashion pieces, but he does sculptures, hotels, everything."

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What Drives Corylee?

A20%Helping
Others
B20%Financial
Security
C20%Intellectual
Curiosity
D10%Sense of
Duty
E30%Career
Opportunities

What Drives Kapree?

A25%Financial
Security
B40%Intellectual
Curiosity
C25%Sense of
Duty
D10%Career
Opportunities

Fashion Design

Available Degrees Associate's

Fashion design—it's the ultimate combination of artistic expression and business practice.

Take part in a challenging and rewarding program that introduces you to what it takes to succeed in the world of professional fashion here in Boston, in New York, or beyond.

  • Engage yourself with a program that will give you the required background in everything from art to pattern drafting to the construction of clothing.
  • Design your own clothes that will be part of our annual Fashion Show, one of Bay State College's biggest school events of the year.
  • Learn from professors who are highly successful designers in places like Italy and France.
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Why Fashion Design?

Volunteer Backstage at Boston's Fashion Week
Fashion Shows Every Fall
L.L.Bean
Target
Kohl's
Chico's
Companies That Have Hired Our Grads
I;m Proud Of Who I Am Today
Amanda
I Have Always Liked Helping People
Amanda
Meet

Amanda

Program Nursing

Amanda started out at Bay State studying teaching.

She transferred to University of Massachusetts Boston to study English, but she couldn’t get into the material. "If you don't have passion, you just do it to do it," she says. "The outcome isn't going to be as great as you'd like it to be." Her sister was in the nursing program at Bay State, and Amanda became interested in the material her sister was studying. "I just fell in love with it," she says.

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For Amanda, a degree from Bay State will get her where she wants to go in nursing—but it will also make her a more well-rounded person.

"With a college degree you have so many more avenues," she says. "You have a background to expand your knowledge, so you're not so close-minded. It gives you a great perspective on different cultures."

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What Drives Amanda?

A30%Helping
Others
B10%Financial
Security
C30%Intellectual
Curiosity
D10%Sense of
Duty
E20%Career
Opportunities

Nursing

Available Degrees Associate's

Imagine a career that's rewarding, secure, exciting, pays really well and takes you anywhere in the world. It's not a dream—it's nursing.

The truth is, a career in nursing is just about the smartest job you can have for a lot of practical reasons:

  • With a projected shortfall of 800,000 nurses in the U.S. by 2020, job opportunities in nursing have never been greater.
  • Nursing gives you a wide choice of working venues, from schools and hospitals to government and industrial settings.
  • Professional advancement is a given in nursing, along with the option to change clinical specialties and settings as your interests evolve.
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Why Nursing?

100%
Of Students Received Top Picks For Clinical Placement
3,947 sq. ft.
Of Dedicated, High Tech Nursing Facilities
You Have to Bring Your A-Game.
Michael
I'm Kind Of Obsessed With Motion.
Michael
The Health Field Always Has Jobs.
Amanda & Maureen
Service Learning Has Helped Me Work Well With Others.
Amanda & Maureen
Michael
Amanda &
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Michael

Program Physical Therapist Assistant

For the PTA program's service learning component, Michael spent time at the Ivy Street School in Brookline.

Ivy Street is a residential and educational facility for adolescents with brain injuries and other neurological disabilities. It was Michael's first experience working with real people with real problems, not just examples in a book or simulations acted out by teachers or students. "It was really cool to actually see that I had that capability in me to be giving to them," he says, "to be understanding and be patient with them."

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For years Michael has been interested in motion—what makes people move, what prevents them from moving correctly, and how to make them move better.

In the PTA program, he gets to explore just that. And he knows he'll have career opportunities after graduation. "I'm not looking to make huge money," he says. "I just want to know that I'm secure enough to not be in debt and to live a comfortable life."

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Amanda & Maureen

Program Physical Therapist Assistant

Amanda and Maureen met at orientation and have been close friends ever since.

They both have degrees from four-year colleges—Amanda in exercise physiology, Maureen in physical therapy. For Amanda, Bay State provided the one-on-one attention she wanted. For Maureen, Bay State's rolling admissions allowed her to enter the program quickly, which will help her earn a doctorate in physical therapy that much faster. "My mom has instilled in me that I should be an independent female," Maureen says. "That's why I continue my education."

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Amanda and Maureen are working together on a service learning project about backpack safety.

They did a workshop with Boy Scouts last fall, teaching them how too-heavy backpacks can affect posture and health later in life. They plan to do the same with Girl Scouts this semester. "[Service learning] takes a lot of what we learn in class—how the body works, how it's formed, and how every little thing we do day to day can affect those things," Amanda says. "It really helped to tie in what we've learned about the body."

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What Drives Michael?

A20%Helping
Others
B25%Financial
Security
C25%Intellectual
Curiosity
D10%Sense of
Duty
E20%Career
Opportunities

What Drives Amanda & Maureen?

A60%Helping
Others
B10%Financial
Security
C10%Intellectual
Curiosity
D10%Sense of
Duty
E10%Career
Opportunities

Physical Therapist Assistant

Available Degrees Associate's

Exceptional hands-on training—from one of the region's best PTA programs, hands down.

Why should you consider getting your Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) degree from Bay State College? To start, our program is perfect for anyone who wants a career that helps people regain movement and function—and that offers many opportunities for professional and personal growth.

  • Actively participate in the safe and effective prevention of and intervention for movement disorders across the lifespan and for those with lifelong disabilities.
  • Effectively use critical thinking skills and evidence based practice to address the physical therapy needs of a diverse patient population in a variety of clinical settings.
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Why Physical Therapy?

100%
Placement Rate
Community Outreach Through Service Learning
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Our Programs

If you're ready to get serious about your education, so are we – with personal attention, small classes, and dedicated professors who are real world industry authorities.

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          Pam Grill

          Pam Grill

          Program English

          "My department colleagues are true professionals who are dedicated to our students. We share strategies and sit in on each other's classes. This definitely creates a better learning experience for our students."

          Even after teaching English at Bay State for 24 years, Pam Grill still gets excited when the "lightbulb moment" happens for one of her students. "You just want to see that light go on and hear the 'Oh!' That's what I wait for," she says. "Our priority is our students—that's what makes Bay State a great place. That's really who we're here for."

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          Bill Koehler

          Bill Koehler

          Program Business

          "We approach teaching with a lot more of an individual focus and with a greater emphasis on 'What are you going to do next, and how does this all tie together?'"

          Dr. Koehler sees Bay State as a unique blend of a classic college and, as he puts it, "a professionally oriented career school." That combination draws in a special kind of scholar. "Bay State students come to class with a much stronger sense of purpose and determination, and that I like."

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          Justine Carmody

          Justine Carmody

          Program Nursing

          "Teaching at Bay State College is incredibly rewarding. Fellow faculty are like family, and the students are inspirational. Bay State faculty and administration show commitment to the success of their nursing students like no other college around. I am proud to be an educator here."

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          Our Faculty

          Pam GrillEnglish
          Bill KoehlerBusiness
          Justine CarmodyNursing

          Faculty Quick Facts

          18:1
          Student to
          Faculty Ratio
          Real World
          Experience
          9 of 21
          Full Time Faculty
          Have Terminal Degrees
          Heather Peraino

          Heather Peraino

          Program Fashion MerchandisingYear 2008

          "You can only learn so much from a book until you actually have to go and do things. Bay State is so hands-on compared to other schools."

          Heather Peraino graduated from the fashion merchandising program in 2008 and now works at Talbots Headquarters. "I left Bay State with such a great understanding of the industry. I knew the issues. When I started my first job, I knew what people were talking about because I not only studied it, I actually did it. I got an incredible amount of personal attention [at Bay State]. It made a huge difference for me."

          Patrick Smith

          Patrick Smith

          Program Criminal JusticeYear 2011

          Patrick always knew he wanted to be a police officer or a Marine.

          He's already accomplished one goal—he joined the Marine Corps and was deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. With financial support from the military, he received his associate's in criminal justice from Bay State; now, he's pursuing a bachelor's degree in criminal justice with an emphasis in private security. "I go to college so I can become a better law enforcement officer," he says. "Helping others—that's what I do. That is my duty, to protect and to serve and to defend."

          The Marine Corps gave Patrick the discipline and professionalism (and the muscles) to succeed in stressful environments—and Bay State is giving him a whole other set of skills. "What education does is reinforce the skills you already have," he says. "It gives me the equipment I need to be a more effective law enforcement officer when I do return to the field. I wouldn't trade it for anything."

          Bopha Tith

          Bopha Tith

          Program Fashion DesignYear 2007

          "Bay State College has given me a great foundation in clothing construction and the skills I needed to be a good designer."

          Bopha Tith earned her bachelor's degree in fashion merchandising in 2007. After graduation, she landed a job at Brooks Brothers as a visual merchandiser. "The programs at Bay State showed me my strengths and weaknesses and what I need to improve upon, so that I could grow."

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          Our Alumni

          Heather PerainoFashion Merch., '08
          Patrick SmithCriminal Justice, '11
          Bopha TithFashion Design, '07

          Alumni Quick Facts

          88%
          In-Field
          Placement Rate
          Access to Internships
          And Career Related
          Activities
          State Street
          Sacks Fifth Avenue
          Brooks Brothers
          Boston Red Sox
          Boston Bruins
          Bank of America
          WHDH NBC 7
          Suffolk Sherrif
          Fenway Health
          MFS Investment Management
          Companies That Have Hired Our Grads
          Our campus is unique.
          Mostly because it's the entire city of Boston.

          Bay State is certainly not your typical college campus.

          Our dorms are actually brownstones along Boston’s trendy Commonwealth Ave.

          Our quad? It could be the banks of the Charles River by the Esplanade. It could be Copley Square.

          Campus activities can be as varied as you like. Hang at a favorite coffee shop. Go in-line skating along the Charles. Check out the nightlife. Or catch a game at Fenway.

          That's the beauty of being located in Boston's Back Bay, which is also one of the safest neighborhoods in the city. At Bay State College, the campus can be whatever you choose it to be. How many colleges offer all that?

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          Places To Go
          1. Boston Public Garden / Boston Common

            Bay Sate College is two blocks from the historic Boston Public Garden and Boston Common.  Home to the famous swan boats and the setting for the children's story "Make Way for Ducklings," these beautiful areas in Boston are great for people watching, skating on the frog pond in the winter, getting some homework done in the sun, or any other kind of gathering.

          2. Prudential Center

            Just 10 minutes down the road from Bay State College is the Prudential Center shops and restaurants. Located below one of the tallest buildings in Boston, the area is home to some of the best shopping and eating in the city. The Skywalk, on the Prudential Tower's 50th floor, is also a great place to view the city.

            800 Boylston Street, Boston

          3. Faneuil Hall

            Shop and eat in “The Cradle of Liberty.” Faneuil Hall is where Samuel Adams rallied Bostonians against Great Britain, and where George Washington celebrated our nation’s first birthday. Today, it is still one of the busiest areas in Boston. From shopping to night life, Faneuil Hall has a little of everything.

            1 Faneuil Hall Sq #1
            Boston, MA 02109-9998

          4. Fire & Ice

            Fire & Ice is a restaurant located on the first floor of our 31 St. James building. The restaurant has a great atmosphere and an interactive dining experience. Monday night's Fire & Ice offers a college special: $10 with a valid college ID.

            31 St. James Avenue, Boston

          5. The Spot

            The Spot is Bay State College's Student Studio Space. The Spot is available for live music, comedy shows, fashion showcases, movies, lectures, and rehearsal space. No idea is too out of the box.

            437 Boylston St, Boston

          6. Fenway Park

            America's most beloved ballpark is just a walk or quick bus or subway ride away. Enjoy a baseball game or concert, tour the park, or enjoy one of the many other events that take place at the home of the Boston Red Sox.

          7. House of Blues

            The House of Blues is a local venue with great live music, food, and beverages. Located on Landsdown Street near Fenway Park, the House of Blues is known for its great entertainment at a reasonable price.

            15 Landsdowne Street
            Boston, MA 02215

          8. Kings

            Kings is a 24,000-square-foot entertainment facility in Boston that is known for it’s bowling, food, drinks, and music. Tuesday night at Kings is College night. All College Students bowl for free with valid college ID.

            50 Dalton St
            Boston, MA 02115

          9. Boston Public Library

            You don't have to be a bookworm to enjoy the Boston Public Library, which is only steps away from Bay State College. The Library also has a film screening series that shows movies such as "Good Will Hunting" and other Boston favorites.

          10. Freedom Trail

            We are so fortunate to live in a city with so much history. The Freedom Trail is a guided walk past 16 nationally significant historic sites. They may point out something you have been walking by every day on your way to class. Tours start a few blocks away at the Boston Common.

          11. New England Aquarium

            In addition to the main aquarium building, attractions at the New England Aquarium include the Simons IMAX Theatre and the New England Aquarium Whale Watch, which operates from April through November.

            1 Central Wharf
            Boston, MA 02110-3309
            (617) 973-5200

          12. AMC Loews Movie Theater

            Check out a movie on the Big Screen at AMC Loews Movies Theater.

            175 Tremont Street, Boston, MA

          13. Esplanade

            The Boston Esplanade stretches for 3 miles along the Charles River waterfront and provides the setting for free concerts, movies, races, and other outdoor events and activities.

          14. Bay State College

            125 Commonwealth Avenue
            Boston, MA

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          14. Bay State College

            125 Commonwealth Avenue
            Boston, MA

          Places To Get a Meal
          1. Parish Café

            This restaurant on the corner of Boylston and Arlington Street was created with a unique concept: create a menu of favorite dishes from popular chefs all over Boston. The idea is a hit and the Parish Café has become one of Boston's hot spots for eating.

            361 Boylston Street
            Boston, MA

          2. Fire & Ice

            Fun, lively restaurant. Great place to go with friends. Monday night is all you can eat for $10 with a valid college ID.

            31 St. James Avenue
            Boston, MA

          3. Au Bon Pain

            Perfect place to grab lunch when running to or from class at 437 Boylston.

            431 Boylston Street
            Boston, MA

          4. Joe's American Bar and Grill

            Eat inside or outside at this local restaurant on one of Boston’s best streets for dining and shopping.

            181 Newbury Street
            Boston, MA 02116

          5. Cheers

            "Where everybody knows your name."

            84 Beacon Street
            Boston, MA

          6. Food Truck

            Boston's newest craze is food trucks. Mobile trucks from unique vendors provide for a unique and novelty lunch experience. Unlike the ice cream truck of your childhood, the stay in once place for a few hours and offer foods from BBQ to gourmet grilled cheese.
            http://www.cityofboston.gov/business/mobile/schedule-tabs.asp

          7. Panera

            Meet friends for breakfast, lunch or dinner, or do some homework while enjoying wi-fi and a smoothie.

            450 Boylston St
            Boston, MA

          8. Bay State College

            125 Commonwealth Avenue
            Boston, MA

          Attractions

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          Home to the Boston Red Sox, Celtics & Bruins
          Fantastic Seafood
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