Facilities

Classrooms and Laboratories

At Northeastern you will enjoy some of the most advanced research laboratories and institutes in the area as well as high-tech classrooms, more than 1000 student computer workstations, and more than 20,000 live network access points to keep you connected no matter where you are on campus.

Snell Library

The largest academic library in Boston (985,000 volumes), Snell Library is also a quiet place to study or to meet friends at the CyberCafe.

Curry Student Center

The hub of the University, you'll make the Center your home base, shop in the bookstore, unwind in the game room (pool tables, table tennis, Wii™, television) or take in a new music group at the AfterHours nightclub.

Marino Recreation Complex

A great place to get fit, meet people, and simply have fun!

Involvement on Campus

The University offers an impressive array of innovative student organizations through which it helps empower students to be visionary, ethical, culturally competent, and responsible members of our global community.

International Student and Scholar Institute Cultural Events

Attend a seminar on setting up your banking account or learn Ballroom Dance. Try a yoga session or enjoy a major concert featuring a world-renowned performer. Celebrate cultural diversity during the University’s two-month-long Carnevale celebration. Your academic pursuits and life experience at Northeastern will be enriched and shaped by the activities you choose, the clubs you join, and the life-long friends you make at Northeastern. So get involved. Contribute. Experience. And enjoy!

You can find all of their events here and and get updates through the monthly ISSI Newsletter. If you would like to be added to the mailing list for events, click here.

Support Network

The Center for Spirituality, Dialog, and Service

Regardless of your religion or faith, students can practice it in Northeastern’s nurturing environment. The Center for Spirituality, Dialog, and Service offers programs for people of all faiths. Religious leaders from many spiritual paths are here to serve you. The office is located at 203 Ell Hall.

University Health and Counseling

Onsite medical and behavioral health teams make sure you receive prompt and compassionate care and support. UHCS is located on the 1st floor of Forsyth Hall.

Entertainment

Boston is a world-class city known for its arts, culture, history, and so much more! Here are a few of the things you can do:

  • Visit the Museum of Fine Arts, John F. Kennedy Library, Museum of Science, Institute of Contemporary Art, or New England Aquarium
  • Be part of an outdoor festival in Chinatown (Boston’s Asian community) or the North End (Boston’s Italian community)
  • Go to a sporting event featuring one of Boston’s five major league sports teams:
    • Soccer: New England Revolution
    • Basketball: Celtics
    • Baseball: Red Sox
    • Football: New England Patriots
    • Hockey: Bruins
  • Attend a show or concert at the Boston Opera House, Colonial Theatre, Huntington Theatre, or American Repertory Theatre
  • Experience a performance of the Boston Ballet or Boston Symphony Orchestra
  • Stroll through one of Boston’s many public parks and historical sites
  • If that’s not enough, Boston offers comedy clubs, rock concerts, movie theaters, art galleries, nightclubs, and shopping venues throughout the city.

Finding Food

Boston is famous for its chowder, lobster, cranberries, and baked beans, but the city also offers an abundance of ethnic cuisine from around the world, including Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Indian, Indonesian, Ethiopian, Italian, Mexican, and French. Boston is home to some of the world’s elite chefs, but also has some of the best casual restaurants you’ll find just about anywhere. There are options for every budget. Dine in a nice restaurant, bring home take-away food, or eat on campus.

There are a number of places at the University that serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, fast food, coffee, and snacks. If you like to cook at home, try one of Boston’s supermarkets, ethnic food shops, or farmer’s markets.

Shaw’s Supermarkets
53 Huntington Ave., Boston MA 02199
617.262.4688 |
www.shaws.com

Whole Foods Market
15 Westland Avenue, Boston MA 02115
617.375.1010
www.wholefoodsmarket.com

Trader Joe’s
899 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02115
617.262.6505
www.traderjoes.com

Stop and Shop
Stop & Shop #0412, 1620 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02120
617.232.3572
www.stopandshop.com

C Mart Supermarket
692 Washington St, Boston MA 02111
617.988.8118
www.gw-supermarket.com

Super 88
1095 Commonwealth Ave, Boston MA 02215
617.787.2288

Kotobukiya ( Japanese )
1815 Massachusetts Ave Ste M2, Cambridge, MA 02140
www.kotobukiyamarket.com

Deluca’s Market
(617) 523-4343 | 11 Charles St # 1, Boston MA 02114
Back bay : (617) 262-5990 | 239 Newbury St, Boston MA 02116
www.delucasmarket.com

South End Formaggio
268 Shawmut Ave, Boston MA 02118
617.350.6996
www.southendformaggio.com

Punjab Mini Mart Incorporated
1576 Tremont St, Roxbury Crossing, MA 02120
617.566.5252