Meal Plans

NU Intern Housing participants can purchase optional access to Northeastern’s summer dining facilities in batches of 25 meals (for $425) and/or 50 meals (for $830).  Additional batches of 25 or 50 meals can be purchased while on campus.

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 →

Parking

While most NU Intern Housing participants find that Northeastern’s proximity to public transportation allows them to forgo having an automobile on campus, a limited number of monthly parking passes may be available at the Renaissance Park Garage (Building #62 on the campus map). If you indicate your interest in parking on the NU Intern Housing application, further information will be emailed to you upon assignment, after your full housing payment is received. Cost for summer 2018 is $350.00 per calendar month.

Athletics

NU Intern Housing participants can purchase a campus recreation membership for access to the Marino Recreation Center (Building #17 on the campus map) during their stay on campus. Check out the Marino Center’s website for detailed information on the facilities and equipment available. Instructions on how to sign up for such a membership will be emailed upon assignment, after your full housing payment is received. The cost for a Summer 2018 campus recreation membership is $135.

Courses

NU Intern Housing participants have the opportunity to get ahead in their Bachelor’s degree curriculum this summer. Northeastern’s College of Professional Studies offers both online and on-ground Summer courses beginning May 21st and completing on July 11th. The College of Professional Studies offers courses primarily in the evenings and online so they can be completed alongside your internship responsibilities. A full course listing, along with the time the class meets, can be found by searching Undergraduate Summer School.  When searching please select “Summer 2018 CPS Semester – 7 Week Summer School”. This term offers 40+ courses that align closely with the dates of the NU Intern Housing program. Students interested in registering for any of the course offerings can do so simply through the Express Registration Process. Tuition for Summer courses can be found here. For questions regarding summer courses please contact cpsadmissions@northeastern.edu.

Wi-Fi Access

Northeastern University Summer Intern 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. For more detailed information, click here.

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.

Printing

Printing is available on-campus at the Snell Library (Building #59 on the campus map). 

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, with many attractions 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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