Admissions

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Wheelock College and Boston University have reached an agreement to merge as of June 1, 2018, forming the Wheelock College of Education & Human Development at Boston University. As a prospective applicant to Wheelock College, we hope you will be interested in applying to Boston University.

Undergraduate Applicants

If you'd like to be considered for undergraduate admission to Boston University, please submit your application through the Common Application using BU's CEEB code of 3087.

Transcripts, School Report Forms and Letters of Recommendation should be submitted by your teacher or guidance counselor directly to Boston University as follows:

  • Through a vendor such as Common Application, Docufide, or Naviance
  • Via email to schforms@bu.edu
  • By postal mail to:
    Boston University Admissions
    881 Commonwealth Avenue, 6th Floor
    Boston, MA 02215

Results from the SAT or the ACT must be sent to BU directly from the College Board or ACT, even if your scores are recorded on your high school transcript. The BU codes are:

SAT: 3087
ACT: 1794

For more information about BU Admissions, including important dates and deadlines, please visit bu.edu/admissions or call 617-353-2300.
 

Graduate Applicants

If you'd like to be considered for graduate admission to Boston University, we encourage you to research the programs offered through BU's School of Education and the School of Social Work.

If you are an existing graduate applicant to Wheelock and need to update or add to your application, you may log into your current application at admissions.wheelock.edu/apply. If you are an existing applicant with questions about the programs offered at BU, please contact Donna Kiessling (donnak@bu.edu, 617-353-4237) in the BU School of Education or Julie Billings (busswad@bu.edu, 617-353-2306) in the BU School of Social Work. Please note that the Child Life & Family Centered Care program will be part of the School of Education.

Former Wheelock graduate students requiring readmission in order to graduate in May 2018 should contact the Wheelock Graduate Admissions office directly at 617-879-1114 or graduate@wheelock.edu

 
Take a Course - Non-Matriculated Students

To simply take a course, you can register as a Non-Matriculated Student. Visit our Take a Course web page to see the courses currently being offered to non-matriculated students.

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