About Foundation Year
Is Foundation Year Right For You?
As a first-year college student, you will take rigorous freshman level courses in English, sociology, mathematics, and history. You can also focus your studies by choosing electives in a business, science, or liberal arts track. In all, you can earn 43 quarter hours of credit—the equivalent of one year of college credit.
In support of your personal achievement, Foundation Year advisors and tutors are accessible in person and by phone, email, or text message whenever you have questions or concerns. Foundation Year also provides all students with textbooks and laptops to use for the entire academic year.
Upcoming information sessions:
January 15, 2014: Northeastern University, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Where will you go from here?
After completing the Foundation Year program, you are eligible to transfer your first year credits and:
- Apply for admission to another college or university and transfer first-year credits toward an associate or bachelor's degree program
- Continue at Northeastern University's College of Professional Studies in an associate or bachelor's degree program
- Apply to transfer to another college at Northeastern if admission criteria is met