StudentLink homestays are carefully selected to ensure the best American experience for our international friends. Our caring staff handles each placement both warmly and professionally. Unlike many agencies, we do not place students randomly, but are instead very thorough in each step of our matching process to ensure the best possible placement. If after our matching efforts any issues still arise, we will gladly offer support and help the student either adjust in the homestay or try another home. Private, furnished bedroom private bathrooms available by request. Rigorous host screening process ensures quality of homestays. At StudentLink, you are not alone in a foreign country. Let us help you get accustomed to starting a life in the United States! We offer an array of services to ease your transition into a great American life experience.
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The website contains useful information for incoming students as well as continuing students, providing access to academic records, financial aid, and job listings, among other necessities. The Link allows enrolled students to obtain their personal records at BU, including schedules, transcripts, and University class schedule information. Click a tab to enter that area of the Student Link. The following is a short list of some of the information you may request, access, and update on Student Link. The Money Matters tab is your guide to your financial records at Boston University, including student accounts and financial aid information. The Personal Information tab provides access to your personal information such as name, addresses, picture, and any data restrictions on your information, as recorded by the University. Provides you with information to successfully navigate the Student Link, including setting up email accounts and passwords. This is a list in alphabetical order of every function that is on the Student Link.
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