Off-Campus Housing

Living Off-Campus

Northeastern sits in the heart of Boston, giving students the opportunity to explore housing options off of campus grounds. Here is everything you need to know about living outside of Northeastern University.

September 1 move-in Information

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Off-Campus Housing Options

Don't forget: Traditionally admitted first year students are required to live on campus for their first two years. This resource is only for Transfer students, or students who are moving into their third year at Northeastern.

Off-Campus Student Services seeks to serve as a communication link and resource to Northeastern University students, faculty, staff and administration.

Students who do not live in University housing are considered to be off-campus students. Our aim is to address the unique needs of this student population and to offer information, resources and materials regarding off-campus student living issues. Our goal is to also familiarize students, faculty, staff and administrators with our services in an effort to provide students with off-campus living education and options.


Off-Campus Housing for First Year and Second Year

Traditionally admitted first year students are required to live on campus for their first two years. This resource is only for Transfer students, or students who are moving into their third year at Northeastern.


Off-Campus Housing for Upper Class

Off-Campus Student Services seeks to serve as a communication link and resource to Northeastern University students, faculty, staff and administration.

Students who do not live in University housing are considered to be off-campus students. Our aim is to address the unique needs of this student population and to offer information, resources and materials regarding off-campus student living issues. Our goal is to also familiarize students, faculty, staff and administrators with our services in an effort to provide students with off-campus living education and options.

Off-Campus Student Services provides support to Northeastern students who reside off-campus with:

  • Finding off-campus apartments through an Apartment Database and list of approved realtors
  • Helping students with renter's rights, questions or concerns about living off-campus
  • Connecting students to campus & the local community through programs and events
  • Providing information on leases, city resources, subletting, realtors and more

The office is open Monday-Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. For more information go to www.northeastern.edu/offcampus


Off-Campus Housing for Co-Op

The Co-op Connections office offers support and guidance through the entire co-op experience. The co-op Connections staff is available to assist you with issues ranging from out-of-state housing to transportation, parking and storage. The staff also serves as a link to Northeastern while you are away on co-op by keeping you current on Northeastern news and inviting you to events in Boston and other co-op locations. Lastly, they will connect you with programs designed to help you gain valuable information and life skills.

Co-Op Connections

Sonya Cottam
s.cottam@neu.edu
4 Speare Commons
617.373.7492
617.373.8794 (fax)