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About Boston Conservatory
The Boston Conservatory trains exceptional young performing artists for careers that enrich and transform the human experience. Known for its multi-disciplinary environment, the Conservatory offers fully accredited graduate and undergraduate programs in music, dance and theater, and presents more than 700 performances each year by students, faculty and guest artists.
The Boston Conservatory is located at the intersection of the Back Bay and Fenway neighborhoods near Kenmore square.
The Boston Conservatory is approximately three blocks from the "T", (Boston's subway system) and can be reached by public transportation from all of the city's outlying neighborhoods and suburbs.
Living on-campus is a great opportunity for students to grow as artists and citizens. More than just a convenience, it is an important part of the social and academic lives of students. Students who live on-campus do better academically, in part due to the easy access to support services. In addition, living in close proximity to other students who are taking the same classes helps to develop social networks that contribute to a successful college experience.
By living on-campus you will interact with people who are very talented and unique. You will also meet people whose experiences, values, and priorities are different from yours. This is your first step toward broadening your horizons as a student and an artist. Residential Life at The Boston Conservatory is a supportive community where there is an appreciation of individual differences and a respect for individual rights.
On-campus housing at The Boston Conservatory consists of five historic brownstones on The Fenway in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston. All of these buildings are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The layout of each residence hall is different, each room is unique, and the number of students housed in each hall ranges from 25 to 50. Several types of rooms are available to undergraduate students: quints, quads, triples, doubles, and singles (extra charge). Every room contains furniture for each student including an extra long twin bed, desk, chair, and bureau.
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