Summer Study for High School Students: Living at BabsoN
“Throughout the summer I learned that not everything that you expect will happen, and no matter what the situation is, an entrepreneur has to be open to change and be willing to take that as an opportunity rather than an obstacle.”
– Gaia Prete, Summer Study ’16, Brooklyn, New York
Experience all the Babson community has to offer, on and off-campus.
Summer Study is a time to learn, but it’s also a great opportunity to make new friends and learn to balance wellness, your personal life, and academic pursuits while living like a college student.
Student Resource Guide (pdf) for detailed information on the Summer Study living and learning experience.
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. 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, the award-winning, all-you-can-eat, buffet-style dining facility for the Babson community. Students can also purchase food and drinks from an additional coffee shops and cafes on campus.
Fun on-campus activities students take part in include:
- Design challenges
- Student clubs and leadership
- Movie nights, cookouts, and evening socials
- Fitness classes and wellness activities
- Peer-organized activities
Explore Off Campus with Your Classmates
Babson’s campus is less than 30 minutes from Boston, and we offer exciting off-campus trips on the weekends that let you do everything from shop on Newbury Street to cheer on the Red Sox at Fenway Park.
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).