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So The College of Fine Arts here at Boston University is a really amazing school with so many different programs for students who are interested in the arts. We have schools for music, theater and visual arts, which then break down into smaller groups and programs and different major areas inside of those different schools. The really cool thing about CF, eh, is that it offers professional training and more of a conservatory style environment, as opposed to just sitting in the classroom, listening to a lecture and stuff like that. We will grow with hands on engagement and activity and always learning and progressing through more of a doing type of sighting rather than just like a listening. So that's a really cool aspect of C F A. The program itself is rather rigorous. It's very, very competitive in this kid's in it go hard. They have really intense schedules and really intense just academic life and trying to balance all that stuff. A tse f a. I have one friend, I believe, who actually has a schedule from like nine AM to nine PM, which is crazy. He's in class like all day, and then he has rehearsal that night, but he loves it and see if a A has really, really been an important part to him. It's also important aspect here at B U. There's so much opportunity for professional and personal growth here at C, F A and one of the really important. I think special things about CF A is how much the professor's care really about that personal as well as up professional growth. The professors here, you know, are always carried about their students, even beyond the classroom, and be able to provide training and helping them grow as artists. Aside from that we also have a bunch of different opportunities for students here at the FAA to get engaged with the community. We're professional partnerships with community organizations such as the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra, and we also have access to things like internships and auditions and more stuff like that. You don't have to be in the FAA to get involved with CF A. You know there's always something going on regarding SI FAA. There's always a show happening. Acapella groups, which are really big on campus. They're also a bunch of shows that you can get involved with, even if you're not a part of the program to see if he's really awesome and you're thinking about Seok, definitely do it because here at BU, we love C f A and the shows are incredible and everyone is so talented and amazing.