In the Program for Undeclared Students at Northeastern University we offer a wide array of academic options and opportunities. Our advising, programming and curriculum are designed to help students recognize their passions, talents and values.
We enjoy working with students who feel strongly about exploring their options before making a commitment to a major and who want to experience that “a-ha” moment for themselves. Northeastern’s signature programs in experiential learning, including co-operative education, are integral ways for our undeclared students to explore their interests in careers as well as majors.
We also recognize that with Northeastern’s 100+ undergraduate programs and 60+ combined majors, choosing one can be tremendously exciting, but also a little overwhelming. We provide the necessary support to navigate this enriching experience, which includes opportunities for students to connect with mentors, faculty, staff, peers, and leaders in cooperative, research, and global education as they find the path that is right for them.
Student Leader of the Week
Meet Carrie Hinchman! Carrie is a Behavioral Neuroscience major who is graduating this May. She has held many student leader roles in our program including Peer Mentor, Coordinator, and PR Assistant.
Read more about Carrie and our student leaders on our Facebook page at facebook.com/NUndeclared