Nearby Colleges & Universities
Berklee College of Music
Known for the study of jazz and modern American music, Berklee is the largest independent college of contemporary music in the world and was established in 1945.
Boston Architectural College
New England's largest private college of spatial design, students can earn a variety of other bachelor's and master's degrees centered around interior and landscape architecture.
Established in 1863, Boston College's main campus features some of the earliest examples of collegiate gothic architecture and is ranked among the most prestigious universities in the United States.
A private, non-profit, research university, Boston University can trace its roots back to 1839 and has a notable alumni base.
Founded by Charles Wesley Emerson in 1880, Emerson College offers more than three dozen degree programs in arts and communications.
Massachusetts College of Art and Design
The only publicly funded free-standing art schools in the United States, students can enjoy a range of disciplines like sculpture, ceramics, painting, illustration and more.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Commonly referred to as MIT, this university is known for it's research and education in the physical sciences and engineering.
New England Law Boston
Offers undergraduate and graduate programs in the neighborhoods of Boston: Fenway-Kenmore, Roxbury, South End and Back Bay.
The eighth largest university in the City of Boston, it has notable alumni that include mayors, judges and members of Congress.
Organized into ten schools, the university emphasizes active citizenship and is known for its study abroad programs.
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Established in 1904, Wentworth offers career focused education through its bachelor and master's degree programs.