& Financial Aid ▲
Northeastern's robust financial aid programs and broad academic, athletic, and cultural offerings help attract a diverse and talented student body. You can help bring the most deserving students to campus—and support our signature global co-op, study-abroad, service-learning, student-research, athletics, and campus-life enrichment programs.Read More ▶
& Expansion ▲
Distinguished faculty define a great university. To compete for world-class senior and junior teachers and researchers, Northeastern seeks endowment funds for chairs and professorships. Philanthropy will also enable "cluster hiring"—assembling teams of faculty researchers who can work across disciplines and define new fields: Law and health sciences, for example. Physics and digital media. Or sociology, anthropology, and international affairs.Read More ▶
& Research ▲
Ever since cooperative education began, over a century ago, innovation has fueled creativity at Northeastern. Our legacy as a change agent is evident in our pioneering online learning programs and in our research, in realms from nanomanufacturing and chemical and biological analysis to subsurface sensing and imaging. With your support, Northeastern will continue taking bold, calculated risks—the kind that revolutionize learning and open new lines of inquiry.Read More ▶
The Power of We
Unprecedented in its scope and ambition, Empower: The Campaign for Northeastern is about people empowering people. Fueled by the “power of we”—alumni, parents, friends, faculty, students, and staff, corporate and industry partners—our students and faculty will master and create knowledge that improves lives.
Northeastern’s momentum has been extraordinary, but the best is yet to come.
“I’m the first college graduate in my family, thanks to the Northeastern supporters who funded my Torch Scholarship.”
With a scholarship gift to the College of Arts, Media and Design, a proud family honors its alumni—Elizabeth, AMB’16, and Patrick Rivelli, Sr., E’59.
Jim and Amie Smith share what he calls “our NU DNA.” Recently, they endowed a scholarship in journalism and made a gift to the Dean’s Innovation Fund at the library, where the couple first connected.
The Question Man
Michael Gries, DMSB’77, PNT’16, leaves a rich legacy at Northeastern, with an approach to philanthropy that he described as “finding the road less traveled.”
Co-op’s Indelible Mark
Paul Gavin, Ed’72, is honoring his family and Northeastern’s co-op program with a pledge to support undergraduates who pursue underfunded co-ops.
Leading With a Different Tack
With a historic gift, Gary, DMSB’78, and Lea Anne Dunton are making the business school’s deanship a top priority.