Mission and Benefits
The mission of Husky EYES is to educate students within their first year by offering opportunities to learn about Northeastern's urban residential community, while gaining valuable skills which will ultimately assist them in contributing positively to Northeastern's diverse community.
This multifaceted first year experience program will offer students an enriching, caring and supportive environment in which to learn, share and explore life at Northeastern while assisting with the transition from high school into higher education.
There are many benefits to attending Husky EYES seminars, where tangible like receiving a free give-a-away or intangible like forging a new friendship. Below are just a few of the benefits you will get by attending:
- Meet and forge relationships with residential life team members, faculty, and academic advisors who can help you navigate through both your first year and overall collegiate experience.
- Engage in dialogue with other students in educational seminars pertaining to living in a residential community, dealing with homesickness, sharing a space with roommates, and balancing the social and academic experience of a collegiate setting.
- Get the scoop processes that you may experience including: room selection, housing policies, the judicial process, and preparing for co-op.