Close to Boston's Major Colleges and Universities

The greater Boston area offers some of the finest institutions of higher education in the world.

Bentley College

781-891-2000
www.bentley.edu

Bentley is a business university, blending the broad curriculum and technological resources of a university with the values and student focus of a small college. We offer students a nationally recognized, technologically sophisticated education.

Closest T Station: Waltham on Fitchburg Commuter Line

The Boston Conservatory

617-912-9153
www.bostonconservatory.edu

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, Theater, and Music Education, and presents over 200 performances a year by students, faculty, and guest artists.

Closest T Station: Hynes/ICA on Green Line

Boston University

617-353-2300
www.bu.edu

Those who dare to excel find their place at Boston University, where top students choose from more than 250 programs of study and enjoy access to a distinguished faculty, cutting-edge facilities, and real-world work opportunities.

Closest T Station: BU Central/BU East on B-Green Line

Emerson College

617-824-8600
www.emerson.edu

Located on Boston Common in the city’s Theatre District, Emerson is one of the premier colleges in the country for communication and the arts. The campus is home to over 60 student organizations, performance groups, NCAA teams, and student publications.

Closest T Station: Boylston on Green Line

Emmanuel College

617-735-9715
www.emmanuel.edu

Emmanuel College, founded in 1919, provides men and women with an excellent liberal arts and sciences education shaped by human values and a Catholic heritage, along with a strong career development and internship program.

Closest T Station: Longwood on D-Green Line

Harvard University

617-495-1551
www.harvard.edu

Founded in 1636, America’s first college, Harvard offers the experience of a small college with the resources of a great research university. Along with the world’s largest university library and cutting-edge research facilities, over 300 extracurricular opportunities further enrich a community designed to create leaders for the 21st century.

Closest T Station: Harvard Square on Red Line

Massachusetts College of Art and Design

617-879-7222
www.massart.edu

A public, independent college, MassArt offers a comprehensive, professional arts education grounded in the liberal arts, at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Small class sizes and nearly a million square feet of classrooms, galleries, studios, and workshop space allow students to explore both traditional and contemporary media in an innovative and supportive environment.

Closest T Station:Longwood on E-Green Line

MIT

617-258-5515
www.mit.edu

MIT—a coeducational, privately endowed research university—is dedicated to advancing knowledge and educating students in science, technology, and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century.

Closest T Station: Kendall/MIT on Red Line

Northeastern University

617-373-2200
www.neu.edu

A private research institution in Boston, a world leader in education that links classroom learning with workplace experience and integrates professional preparation with study in the liberal arts and sciences. Northeastern offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate and graduate programs leading to degrees through the doctorate.

Closest T Station: Northeastern on E-Green Line

Regis College

617-373-2200
www.regiscollege.edu

A private research institution in Boston, a world leader in education that links classroom learning with workplace experience and integrates professional preparation with study in the liberal arts and sciences. Northeastern offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate and graduate programs leading to degrees through the doctorate.

Closest T Station: Northeastern on E-Green Line

The School of the Museum of Fine Arts

617-267-6100
www.smfa.edu

The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, an affiliate of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, educates artists while fostering creative investigation, risk-taking, and individual vision. The School offers undergraduate and graduate programs in partnership with Tufts University, as well as all-studio Diploma and one-year Post-Baccalaureate Certificate programs.

Closest T Station: Museum of Fine Arts on E-Green Line

Suffolk University

617-573-8000
www.suffolk.edu

A private university located on Boston’s historic Beacon Hill, Suffolk University’s college of arts and sciences, including the New England School of Art and Design, The Sawyer School of Management, and the Law School, offer a range of undergraduate and graduate degrees in over 70 areas of study.

Closest T Station: Government Center on Blue Line

Tufts University

617-627-3170
www.tufts.edu

Tufts is a highly selective university with a global reputation within its extensive liberal arts and engineering programs. Located 5 miles outside of Boston, Tufts has an undergraduate enrollment of approximately 4800 students from around the world.

Closest T Station: Davis Square on Red Line

Collegia's

www.collegia.com

Collegia's specific area of expertise is Connecting Colleges & Communities. Its founders have a decade of experience working with regional stakeholders (government, civic, corporate, and academic), helping them leverage their higher-education clusters to improve the economic well-being and vibrancy of their respective regions.

Serving as strategist, catalyst, and facilitator, Collegia has created several public-private partnerships that serve as models for other regional revitalization efforts. Their creative solutions continue to earn the attention and respect of the nation's major universities, media and policy makers.

Collegia provides the following specialized services:

  • Collaboration Development
  • Regional Branding
  • Student Yield & Retention
  • Student Perception Studies
  • Alliance Management
  • Strategic Communications & Publishing
  • Campus Visit Programs
  • Youth Marketing Initiatives