You’ll have access to a variety of services and programs that support your academic aspirations, including one of the largest university libraries in Boston and the latest in computing resources.
As an entering freshman, you are paired with an academic adviser in your field of study who will guide you through the process of choosing appropriate courses and areas of interest.
Snell Library has web and other network-based resources, including the Northeastern University Libraries Information System (NULIS), which provides access to the library’s online catalog and other databases and services. Snell Library features:
- One million volumes, 2.3 million microforms, and current subscriptions to more than 8,200 serials and newspapers
- 23,000 audio, video, and software titles
- The Digital Media Commons, which features data-analysis, media-editing, and creative software centers as well as laptop checkout, walk-in technical support, instructional workshops, and a 3D printing facility
- The CyberCafe, a coffee bar with wireless Internet access
General access computer labs provide free access to hundreds of PCs, Macs, and laptops in Snell Library and the Curry Student Center. Residence Hall Network (ResNet) provides high-speed network access to all students living in Northeastern-owned residence halls.
This is your source for textbooks, school supplies, apparel, and more.
Writing Center tutors are experienced graduate students and writing teachers who work with students on every aspect of the writing process, including conceptualizing, planning, researching, organizing, drafting, revising, and editing.
Academic Resources Page
The MyNEU Academic Guide provides all the necessary resources for academic assistance, including advising, tutoring, special resources, and more.
Undergraduate Academic Catalog
The Academic Catalog is the central source for course descriptions along with admissions information and important policies for undergraduate students.