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Let’s just it’s not as hard as transferring from CAS to CSON and CSOM. I transferred from CAS to Lynch. It was a simple application with an essay as to why you wanted to transfer. I met with the student dean and he did it right there! I wouldn’t worry too much about. Be sure that you want to transfer by taking some Lynch classes. If you done so, you can transfer after the first semester with the required GPA. If not, take some Lynch classes and transfer after your freshmen year. Hope this helps.
There are none. Unless you count 66 and CoRo. But those are for sophomores
Yes, there are! There is a building called Mary House, and there are 5 practice rooms there. It’s open 5:30 pm -11 pm, Sunday - Thursday. I’ve never actually been there so I don’t know the exact location of it, but I’m sure you can look it up on the map from the BC website. Happy practicing! :)
Take the Comm Ave shuttle bus to Reservoir, then walk down towards Cleveland Circle—go past Dunkin Donuts and Mary Ann’s and you can’t miss it.
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Hi lovely BC people!
This is Jilliene, the creator of this blog and recent graduate. I am now in graduate school at the University of Kansas for Museum Studies. I am currently working on a research project about how sexuality is dealt with in museums.
If you could fill out my survey and share it with people I’d really appreciate it.
The survey is at http://kwiksurveys.com/s.asp?sid=a7k14vedx924o9g235392
There is also a fb event that can be shared: https://www.facebook.com/events/227118567447990/
Thanks in advance and hope you are all living it up at BC! I miss it so much. Also, if you have questions about grad school life/museum studies feel free to ask!
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I’m afraid I am not a huge source of information on this. I had friends who were part of lgbtq but it was within the fairly open and welcoming world of theatre. However, they were also welcomed within groups like the Liturgy Art Group. I do know that some faced hardship being in a minority on campus and dealt with ignorance from other students. If there are any followers who could speak to this I would appreciate it. I really have no idea what issues lgbtq students faced everyday.
Talk about something that interests you and is important to you. If you are passionate about it then they will see that in your writing. They don’t want a class of students who are all identical. They want all types of students to create a well rounded student body rather than a homogenous group of well rounded individuals
Sadly, if you are above need based BC doesn’t offer any money unless you are a Presidential Scholar (to my knowledge). You would have to take out loans or apply to independent scholarships