The Academic Services Directory is a reference tool designed to help you identify and locate the various advising services in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities. Use this reference sheet to find the location and contact information for your academic advisor, Undergraduate Program Advisor, and co-op coordinator.
Students can view the Advising Syllabus to learn more about the specifics of the advisor/advisee relationship.
Students can view the curriculum requirements for their major and degree program at any time by accessing the Undergraduate Catalog on the Registrar Office’s website.
Here are the parent and freshman student orientation presentations.
When it is time to register for the upcoming semester’s classes, this page is a great resource for what you need to know.
Aspiring lawyers can be found in nearly every department. Northeastern’s prelaw advisors help students navigate through all the possibilities and make decisions that advance their personal and professional goals.
The premed or predental advisors will guide students as they prepare for medical school. Students also have access to Northeastern’s Pre-Health Advising website and online services.
Northeastern students may pursue teacher training in elementary, secondary, or higher education. Programs are available for full-time traditional students majoring in a specified content area. Click here for more info.
The University’s central tutoring office is the place for students to go when they are having difficulty finding the tutorial assistance that you need. Peer tutoring services are free and open to all Northeastern undergraduate students.
The Undergraduate Catalog of Full-Time Day Programs outlines important information for undergraduate students, such as academic policies and procedures, academic programs, and curriculum. The catalog is available on the Registrar’s website.