Resources and Services on Campus
Current COS Graduate Students Resources
Useful links and guidelines for students in the College of Science, click here.
University Library Information on Referencing (Citing) and Creating Bibliographies
Get answers to questions on why to cite, how to cite, plus suggestions for frequently used style guides, click here.
Peer Tutoring Center
The Peer Tutoring Program offers a wide range of tutoring services to meet the academic needs of students in many of the introductory level courses such as organic chemistry and calculus and some upper-level courses. Peer Tutoring services are FREE. Students in need of academic assistance should contact the center at 617-373-8931 or myNEUpeertutoring@gmail.com. Students are now able to book tutoring appointments via MyNEU under TUTORING. The Peer Tutoring Program is located in 1 Meserve Hall. For information, go to www.northeastern.edu/csastutoring/
NU Global, College of Professional Studies: International Tutoring Center, Speaking and Listening Classes, Language Workshops
Fosters acculturation of international students through cross-cultural, linguistic, and academic support services. Go to http://www.cps.neu.edu/student-resources/global-student-success-office.php to find out about the International Tutoring Center (one-on-one) and Global Student Success workshops on topics such as pronunciation, culture cafes, enhancing your English listening, speaking, writing abilities and developing skills such as goal-setting, time management, and interviewing to succeed at Northeastern and beyond.
For a description of services and schedule, click here.
For specific questions, contact Global Student Success (GSS) at email@example.com
Accent Modification Training
The Speech-Language and Hearing Center located in Behrakis Health Sciences Center, Suite 503 , is offering accent modification training in the fall 2013 semester. For information, please call the center at 617-373-2492.
Northeastern University Writing Center
The Northeastern University Writing Center (WC) is open to any member of the NU community and exists to help any level writer, from any academic discipline, become a better writer. There are two locations – appointment-based in 412 Holmes Hall and same-day appointments in 136 Snell Library.