Meal Plans

The Summer Conference Housing Program offers a variety of meal plans for campus guests. The standard per-meal cost for each meal is listed below. If you wish to discuss long-term meal plan options and pricing, please contact us.




Conference attendees with a meal plan may use select on-campus dining halls. Follow the links below for a tour of each dining hall, or to obtain operation hours and daily menus.

International village →
Levine Marketplace →
Stetson West Eatery →


Visitor parking is available at two independently operated parking garages:

Gainsborough Garage

10 Gainsborough Street, Boston, MA

Early Bird
In prior to 8am and out by 6pm: $25 | Event $22 | Monthly – Unlimited $300

Renaissance Park Garage

835 Columbus Avenue, Boston, MA

Weekend Guest Rate (from 6pm Friday until 11:59pm Sunday night) – first 24 hours $8 or total of $16 if parked from Friday evening until Sunday evening.

Hourly rates are available on the MasParc website under Parking Locations. Payment by parking ticket issued by Renaissance and Gainsborough Garages is managed by the garages, not the university. Parking passes issued by Renaissance and Gainsborough Garages, and their payments, are not managed by the garages and not the university. Space availability is on a first-come/first-serve basis. These garages can fill or limit NU parking access as needed.

Wi-Fi Access

Northeastern University Conference Housing guests will be able to register to have access to our secure wireless network while staying on campus. Login credentials will be created and shared prior to arrival.


Northeastern University does not provide catering services, but will allow third party vendors to be on our facilities as long as they meet your insurance and liability requirements. Northeastern’s preferred vendors are Rebecca’s Cafe and The Varano Group. Contact Rebecca’s Café and The Varano Group for more information.

Smoke-free Campus

Northeastern University is a smoke-free campus.

Smoking of any tobacco products is prohibited at Northeastern University, consistent with applicable law. This policy applies to all persons, including all students, faculty, staff, volunteers, vendors and visitors, anywhere on University property and in buildings and facilities on all campuses, including parking lots, green spaces, and pedestrian walkways.

Northeastern University strives to provide a safe and healthy environment in which to teach, learn, research, live, and work. The University recognizes that smoking is a major cause of preventable disease, and accordingly in 2012 convened a committee to explore whether and how the University might implement a smoke-free campus policy. Having received the committee’s recommendation, after extensive input from the community, the University has concluded that a smoke-free campus is consistent with the University’s mission and purpose; will promote individual and community health; and will recognize employees’ right to work in a smoke-free workplace.

Explore Our Neighborhood

Are you looking for recommendations for top attractions and how to get around? Northeastern University is located in the heart of Boston’s historic Back Bay neighborhood, either within walking distance or easily accessible by public transportation. Area attractions include the Museum of Fine Arts, Symphony Hall, Fenway Park, the Prudential Center and many shopping and dining destinations. Check out this interactive map of our Boston backyard.

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