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College life, amplified.

The right sound systems can improve student recruitment, keep audiences more engaged, deliver both versatility and reliability — and amplify the entire college experience.

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Why Bose Professional

Engage long-time fans… and recruit new ones

The thrill of the game comes from the unexpected. But when it comes to the audio systems in your athletic facilities, you want as much consistency and predictability as possible. So Bose Professional loudspeakers, amplifiers, and processors deliver just that — consistency, clarity, and reliable, easy operation for years to come. So you can focus on delivering a powerful experience that keeps fans coming back — and helps add new student athletes to the roster.

Keep the drama on stage — and reliability everywhere else

The theaters on your campus — black box, proscenium, and beyond — have one thing in common: they act as the blank canvases on which students, faculty, and visiting artists manifest their performances. Our sound systems offer the versatility you need to adapt for different types of productions; the simplicity and cross-compatibility you need to help new students learn the basics; and the reliability you need to serve your campus year after year.

Deliver the full college experience

So much of college life happens in between classes, so bringing reliable and clear audio to areas like dining halls, student union spaces, fitness facilities, and meeting spaces can greatly improve the student experience. Our loudspeakers offer superior vocal intelligibility and consistency, delivering clarity and power for students and faculty — plus proven reliability, so your facilities team has fewer surprises.

“We are very satisfied with the performance of the Bose Professional Videobar VB1. Hybrid classrooms are accelerating the technology adoption rate by professors. Many of them are so motivated that they’re already exploring new teaching methods and seeing new opportunities to make their courses more attractive and engaging.”

— Dario Riquelme Zornow
Project Manager, University of Chile Online Education Office


  • Arcadia High School Performing Arts Center
  • Basilica of the Sacred Heart at Notre Dame
  • Breeden Fieldhouse at Montana State University
  • Cecil College Milburn Stone Theater
  • Centre of Architecture and Metropolitan Planning
  • Clemson Littlejohn Coliseum
  • The Confucius Academy of Guiyang
  • Diamond building University – Sheffield UK
  • Ecole Nationale d’Administration
  • Faculty of Medicine, University of Lisbon
  • Gampel Pavilion – University of Connecticut
  • Grissom High School
  • Humanitas University Theatre
  • IFSI Châlon-sur-Saône
  • Joachim Herz Stiftung
  • Kattegattgymnasiet
  • Kingsborough Community College
  • Kyushu University, Shiiki Hall
  • LuanPing no. 1 middle school Theatre
  • Mälardalens Högskola
  • Middleborough High School
  • Mo Ostin Basketball Center
  • Perpignan City Library
  • Queensland University of Technology
  • Ritsumeikan University
  • Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh
  • Spartanburg High School
  • Todd Performing Arts Center at Chesapeake College
  • Tokyo University of Science
  • University of Chile
  • University of Sheffield, Diamond Building
  • Universidad Panamerican – Ciudad UP Chapel
  • University of Paris II Panthéon Assas

University of Chile

The University of Chile, located in Santiago and founded in 1842, is the oldest higher education institution in the country — and is at the top of the Chilean university system known for its teaching, research, creation, and outreach. As the eighth most important university in Latin America, it boasts 21 Chilean presidents as former students as well as two Chilean Nobel Prize winners.

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The Universidad Panamericana (UP) Interior

Universidad Panamerican – Ciudad UP Chapel

The Universidad Panamericana (UP) — originally founded in 1967 as a business school then reclassified in 1978 as a university — is one of Mexico’s most prestigious private educational institutions. Located in Mexico City, the UP is a Catholic university that shares the vision and principles of the Opus Dei, an institution of the Catholic Church that seeks Christian perfection and strives to implement Christian ideals and values in their occupations and society.

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Fred Kelly Stadium

Fred Kelly Stadium

Fred Kelly Stadium was originally built in 1969 in honor of Frederick Warren “Fred” Kelly, who attended Orange Union High School and went on to become an Olympic Gold Medalist in the 110-meter high hurdles in 1912. As a foundation of the community, the stadium serves as the home field for the surrounding four Orange County high schools’ football programs, as well as a host for track and field, soccer and lacrosse events.

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Ritsumeikan University

Ritsumeikan University

Ritsumeikan University is one of Japan’s leading global universities, with 16 faculty teams, 21 graduate schools and 35,000 students across four campuses in Kyoto and other locations. The campus itself is designed to encourage personal encounters and exchanges so students from Japan and around the world can experience the diversity of values and cultures.

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Tokyo University of Science

Tokyo University of Science

The Tokyo University of Science, located in Kagurazaka, Tokyo, is one of Japan’s leading science and technology universities. The Department of Management of Technology (MOT) is the graduate-focused program within the Graduate School of Management. Working closely with students, MOT fosters the next generation of advanced professionals to integrate science, technology, and management principles in response to the rapid changes in society and business today.

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Middleborough High School

Middleborough High School

With $100 million dedicated to the rebuild of Massachusetts’ Middleborough High School, the transformation is noted as the largest renovation the school district has ever seen. The new and improved school was built with a noble purpose — to engage each student with an innovative, 21st century learning experience. The building and campus have been completely transformed with 165,000 square feet of academic-focused construction and an on-site athletic facility complete with a stadium supporting a variety of sporting activities.

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