Second Year Experience
The Residential Life Department knows that the second year of college can be a challenging one, sophomores are no longer new to the university and trying to find their way, they are experienced students with a good foundation and understanding of the expectations of college life at Northeastern University. The department and staff of Residential Life are dedicated to helping their second year students continue to navigate the university, provide opportunities for continued academic success and career exploration.
As students move from their first year in college to their second, there are many transitions and expectations that are required of you. You are provided of a lot of support and information on how to succeed and transition into college during your first year living with on campus. It is our mission to continue to provide you with resources and support to build the success throughout your sophomore year.
Northeastern University's Residential Life Department Second Year Experience (SYE) Program will provide students with an enhanced personal vision through academic and co-curricular exploration, supplementing their experience at NU and beyond. The SYE Program will build on the foundation of the Department of Residential Life's First Year Experience and Living Learning Communities Programs through continued support and meaningful community interaction.
This sophomore student centered program provides resources and information to help these students navigate their way through the university and continued life as a college student. Every second
year resident will be exposed to programs and resources that match the program pillars of Academic Success, Experiential Learning, Career Exploration and Interdependent Living.
Please use the links to the right of this page for more information and important resources to help you support your academic success, experiential learning, career exploration and interdependent living.