Alumni Resources

Whether you’re one of our recent Seattle graduates or moved to the Pacific Northwest after graduating from our Boston campus, Northeastern University—Seattle can be your connection to the prosperous and ever-growing Northeastern network, which extends to more than 230,000 alumni in 145 countries around the world.

Alumni in Washington, and the surrounding areas, are encouraged to join the Seattle Alumni Community and connect with fellow Huskies via the Seattle campus located in South Lake Union. Also, join the Seattle Alumni Facebook Group.

We also invite you to help welcome a new class of co-ops, attend an event to connect with your former faculty, network with fellow industry professionals, and see what current students are working on at an upcoming event. If you are interested in seeing how you can be involved in a future event or opportunity, contact seattle@northeastern.edu.

Double Husky Scholarship

Northeastern alumni are truly networked for life. Pursue your graduate education in Seattle and take advantage of the Double Husky Scholarship, which offers alumni a tuition discount of up to 25 percent on more than 110 eligible degree programs.

NUcareers

NUcareers is Northeastern University’s database of career and cooperative education job opportunities. Northeastern students and alumni who have 0-3 years of work experience can use NUcareers to research and apply for internships and after-graduation jobs.

Networking

Northeastern’s community stretches far and wide. Regardless of your life stage or location, we’ve made it easy for you to access the vast realm of experience and expertise of others and pass on what you’ve learned along the way. Through an array of online tools and resources, your next great advice or career opportunity is just a click away.

Virtual Northeastern Networking Hours allow you to participate in quick, text-based chat sessions with alumni in your industry from the convenience of your computer or mobile device.

View upcoming Virtual Northeastern Networking Hours at Northeastern University’s alumni website