These larger university resources are meant to support all members of Northeastern’s community, including graduate students. All of our students are encouraged to seek the guidance and support of the resources below when needed.
Through 125 programs each semester and over 2,900 engaged employers, Career Services strives to meet both student and alumni needs though career counseling, walk-ins, and innovative workshops. The team is devoted to developing new and unique opportunities for student and alumni career growth and development. For more information, please click here.
The Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning Through Research supports all graduate students at Northeastern University in their pedagogical and professional development as teachers. Graduate students can work with the Center in a variety of ways, including workshops and one-on-one consultations. For more information, please click here.
The Disability Resource Center is dedicated to partnering with the diverse population of students, staff, and faculty to provide students with appropriate services and advocate as needed within the wider university community. At the same time, they strive to promote independence and self-advocacy within each individual. For more information, please click here.
All full-time students enrolled in the School of Law or a non-CPS graduate program may apply to live in campus housing. Because space is limited, housing is not guaranteed. For more information, please click here.
The Northeastern Husky Card (NUID) is the official identification card of Northeastern University. Along with identification, the Husky Card is also used for building and dorm access, parking, laundry, printing, vending, off- and on-campus vendors, dining, library book check-out, discounts, and more! The Husky Card can also be used as a debit card. When you add money to your Husky Dollar account, you will be able to pay for food and services at hundreds of locations in and around the university. For more information, please click here.
The Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion promotes the university’s commitment to equal opportunity, affirmative action, diversity, and social justice while building a climate of inclusion on and beyond campus. They provide leadership by cultivating an inclusive environment that denounces discrimination through innovation, collaboration, and an awareness of global perspectives. We also ensure compliance with relevant federal, state, and local anti-discrimination laws. For more information, please click here.
The International Student and Scholar Institute (ISSI) is committed to being an active resource to the university’s community of international students, scholars, and their families. They are committed to providing professional expertise and advice to ensure that students maintain compliance through their immigration, academic and employment experiences. For more information, please click here.
Off Campus Student Services is dedicated to supporting the needs of off-campus and commuter students. They provide resources, education, and programs to keep you connected to campus, informed of campus activities and services, and promote connections between you and your neighbors in the community. They also can help with landlord issues, inform you of your rights as a renter, and assist you in searching for off-campus housing or getting involved in your neighborhood. For more information, please click here.
The Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution (OSCCR) is committed to cultivating and instilling the values of civility and good citizenship to all community members through the promotion of positive decision-making both inside and outside of the classroom. They strive to be fair and consistent; treat each individual with dignity and respect; help maintain a safe, positive, and productive living and learning community; and provide a community free of intimidation, harassment, or unfair treatment. For more information, please click here.
OPEN, The Office of Prevention and Education at Northeastern, provides education, programming, assessment, and referral services for Northeastern students surrounding substance use. OPEN provides supportive, confidential, and non-judgmental services; we encourage students to make informed decisions about alcohol and other drug use. We strive to reduce harm that can be associated with substance abuse such as poor academic performance, violence, health implications, high-risk sexual behavior, and addiction. For more information, please click here.
The Northeastern University Public Safety Division is dedicated to maintaining a safe and pleasant campus environment in which to live, work, and study. In addition to patrols and guard duties, the division provides programs, policies, and procedures related to crime awareness and reporting. For more information, please click here.
Student Financial Services manages all billing, payment plans, grants, scholarships, and financial aid. This office also sells discounted MBTA-passes. For more information, please click here.
Title IX prohibits discrimination based on gender, which includes sexual harassment and sexual assault. Title IX prohibits sex discriminations in all university programs and activities, including, but not limited to; student services, academic programs, class assignment, grading, athletics, admissions, recreation, recruiting, financial aid, counseling and guidance, discipline, housing, and employment. Sexual harassment and sexual violence are forms of sex discrimination prohibited by Title IX. Title IX also prohibits retaliation against people for making or participating in complaints of sexual discrimination. For more information about Title IX, please click here.
The University Health and Counseling Services (UHCS) center is dedicated to helping students stay healthy both physically and mentally. We also care for students who are ill, injured, depressed, or stressed. The medical and behavioral health teams will work as partners in your health care so that you get confidential, compassionate, and high-quality care. Our behavioral health team consists of seasoned clinical nurse specialists, mental health counselors, a psychiatrist, psychologists, and social workers. Our medical team has an array of board certified clinicians (nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians, and physician assistants) who are dedicated to maintaining your well-being. Northeastern University’s student health plan (NUSHP), administered by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, provides comprehensive health benefits at a very affordable rate. For more information about UHCS, please click here.
We Care is a program that assists students experiencing unexpected challenges to maintaining their academic progress. WeCare works with the student to coordinate among university offices and to offer appropriate on- and off-campus referrals to support successfully resolving the issue. For more information please click here.