Below is a list of academic resources that might be of use to you. These programs, offices, and departments are available to help all members of our graduate student community.
The Northeastern Bookstore is located at 4 Ell Hall, connected to the Curry Student Center Food Court. For more information, please click here.
Access to more than 165 doctoral and full-time master’s programs, part-time programs, and graduate certificates. For more information, please click here.
Information Technology Services
Information Technology Services (ITS) provides central technology support for your academic computing and technology needs. The Customer Service staff is dedicated to providing assistance and guidance to the Northeastern Community. ITS is available at the Service Desk in the InfoCommons in Snell Library and ResNet in Speare Commons. You may also call the ITS Service Desk at 617.373.4357 (xHELP) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please click here.
Library and Digital Media Commons
The Snell Library building on our Boston campus welcomes 1.5 million visitors a year; the library’s website serves users around the world. Library resources include over 900,000 print volumes, 206,500 e-books, and 70,225 electronic journals. The library provides award-winning research and instructional services, a growing focus on networked information, and extensive special collections. Located on the second floor of Snell Library, the Digital Media Commons is a collaborative learning facility with media-rich work areas and professional-grade creation technology. The Digital Media Commons is a collaborative learning facility made up of a number of group work areas, high-power computer workstations, and expert support.For more information, please click here.
Located at 120 Hayden Hall, the Registrar’s Office manages all class registration, transcripts, and academic records. For more information, please click here.
The Division of Research supports Northeastern’s thriving research enterprise by conducting outreach to funding agencies as well as corporate and foundation sponsors. It also develops partnerships with academic, clinical, and industry collaborators that increase the scope and impact of Northeastern University research and graduate education. There are many examples of faculty and student research programs that are tackling some of the biggest global challenges in health, security, and sustainability. For more information about these and more, please click here.
The Office of Human Subject Research Protection
The Office of Human Subject Research Protection (HSRP) educates members of the university community about the ethical principles guiding human subject research and provides assistance to students, faculty, and staff in obtaining approval for teaching and research activities under those guidelines. For more information, please click here.
The Northeastern University Writing Center is available to all members of the Northeastern community and exists to help any level writer, from any academic discipline or program, become a better writer. There are many ways to use the center, including booking in-person or virtual sessions with a Writing Center consultant, sending in your writing through the e-mail submissions, or browsing our online content and multimedia resources. For more information please click here.