Campus Life

Summer Study is also a great opportnity to make new friends, learn to balance
your personal life and academic pursuits, and live like a college student.

Living at Babson

  • Culture Hack: Share tastes and traditions from home and around the world at the Culture Hack, a residential activity in which students add their personal brand to a dish from their culture’s cuisine. Hear your classmates’ personal journeys, listen to local music from around the globe, and even join in on traditional dances!
  • Campus Socials: No college experience is complete without late-night pizza and study sessions. Our on-campus socials are a time to unwind and have fun with your classmates through on-campus movie nights, cookouts, and peer-organized activities.
  • Off-Campus Excursions: Babson’s campus is less than 30 minutes from Boston, and we offer exciting off-campus trips on the weekends to let you discover all Greater Boston has to offer. Visit historical landmarks, see why Boston is a global hotspot of innovation, go shopping on Newbury Street, and cool off at Revere Beach.

 

Housing & Meals

You’ll live on campus (all residence hall rooms are furnished with a bed, dresser, and desk, as well as internet access and a heating/cooling unit) and have a Babson ID. This ID will give you access to Webster Athletic Center. Students also will have access to the Reynolds Campus Center, Horn Library, outdoor facilities, and many other student-gathering places on campus.

Your meal plan includes access to Trim Dining Hall. Students also can purchase food and drinks from additional coffee shops and cafes on campus. Students with allergies or special dietary needs can speak with Babson Dining Services to ask for recipe preparation or product ingredient label information from one of our food allergen-trained staff to assist you in your menu selection.

Policies

We want to ensure a safe and positive living and learning environment that is respectful of a community representing diverse cultures, religious backgrounds, sexual orientations, and gender identities. To help with this effort, we ask students to observe our program and school policies.

For program policies, view the Summer Study Code of Conduct (pdf).
For school policies, view the Undergraduate Handbook (pdf)

 

Living at Babson
 

Questions?

Email Babson Summer Study or call 781-239-4400.