On-Campus Housing

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On-Campus Student Housing

The University provides an array of housing options for First Year, Second Year, Upperclassmen, Graduate and Law students looking to experience living within Northeastern’s walls.

On-Campus Housing

Northeastern University’s Housing & Residential Life system includes student housing that is either owned or leased by the University. All students must conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the University’s expectations, as stated in Guide to Residence Hall Living, the Student Handbook and the Residence Hall and Dining License Agreement and any and all other applicable University policies, procedures, supplemental agreements, rules and regulations.

  • Each room comes with a bed frame, mattress (twin XL), desk, desk chair and dresser
  • Since each room is unique, we are unable to provide square footage/measurements of individual rooms
  • All Northeastern University housing is smoke-free
  • The majority are double-occupancy rooms (triple-occupancy rooms are also available)
  • One hundred to seven hundred students per hall
  • Dining halls are in Stetson East, Stetson West and International Village
  • Common community spaces, in most halls, can be used for studying, group projects or student activities
  • All bath facilities are single-gender
  • All first year students are required to have a meal plan
  • Single rooms are available on a limited basis. If interested, please indicate your preference on the housing application, or if you have a medical or accessibility concern, please register with the Disability Resource Center or University Health and Counseling Services through the Housing Accommodation Process.
  • All Gender housing options are available

FIRST YEAR STUDENTS

All first year students are required to live on campus. The First Year Experience (FYE) program has been developed to help Northeastern University’s first year students transition into this new and exciting chapter of their lives – college life. Residential Life is dedicated to working with Northeastern students to help them build strong community living environments that support personal development and academic success. These environments provide opportunities to learn outside of the classroom through the Living Learning Community program. Which LLC is right for you? Take the quiz!

The foundation for the FYE program is held by four pillars: Personal Development, Academic Success, Experiential Learning and Community Development. These pillars are the guiding principles of the programs and resources specific to the needs of first year students. The goal is to help students navigate the University, familiarize them in their first year living away from home, and with life in a new environment.

First Year Accommodations


Second Year Students

All second year students are required to live on campus. The Residential Life Department knows that the second year of college can be a challenging one. Second year students are no longer new to the university, they are experienced students with a good foundation and understanding of the expectations of college life at Northeastern University. The Residential Life Department staff is dedicated to helping second year students continue to navigate the university, provide opportunities for continued academic success and career exploration.

As students move from their first year in college to their second, there are many transitions and expectations that are required of them. It is our mission to continue to provide resources and support to build on success throughout their second year.

Northeastern University’s Second Year Experience (SYE) Program will provide students with an enhanced personal vision through academic and co-curricular exploration, supplementing their experience at Northeastern and beyond. The SYE Program will build on the foundation of the First Year Experience and Living Learning Communities Programs through continued support and meaningful community interaction.

Every second year resident will be exposed to programs and resources that match the program pillars of Academic Success, Experiential Learning, Career Exploration and Interdependent Living.

Second Year Accommodations


Transfer Students

Housing for transfer students is never guaranteed. It is open on a space available basis. Check myNEU for deposit and application availability. After your first semester, please refer to the Upperclassmen Application and Selection Process.


Upperclassmen (THIRD YEAR +) Students

Northeastern housing offers opportunities for learning, socializing and personal growth for students in their third year and beyond. Third year + who would like to live on campus are primarily housed in apartment-style accommodations. These apartments range from single studios to 6-person apartment capacities. The majority of bedrooms are single and double occupancy with a shared bathroom, kitchen or kitchenette and, in some cases living rooms. Please note that limited numbers of each room type are available. We have Economy, Standard and Enhanced rooms to meet your pricing needs.

Upperclassmen Accommodations

10 Coventry*
106 St. Stephen Street
110 St. Stephen Street
116 St. Stephen Street
122 St. Stephen Street
319 Huntington Ave*
337 Huntington Ave*
407 Huntington Ave
780 Columbus Ave*
Burstein Hall*
Davenport Commons A & B*
East Village
Leased Properties  (Douglass Park, Hemenway St, Huntington Ave, St Stephen St, Westland Ave, Symphony Rd)
1110 Commonwealth Ave
Loftman Hall
Rubenstein Hall*
West Village A
West Village B
West Village C*
West Village E
West Village F*
West Village G
West Village H
Willis Hall

*starred buildings will only be available for current first year/rising second year students during the Fall 2017 Housing Selection process and will not be available to upperclassmen students.


Graduate Students

Housing is available for full-time students enrolled in a graduate program at Northeastern. Space is limited, therefore housing is not guaranteed.

For more information about the application process, click here.

Northeastern does not have accommodations for the College of Professional Studies – CPS, married couples, spousal equivalents or dependent children. You can obtain information about alternative housing from Off-Campus Housing Services.

Features in most of the apartment buildings include an intercom connection between each apartment and the lobby, as well as front doors which are locked 24 hours a day with access for residents only. Each apartment is furnished with a bed, mattress, bureau, desk and chair for each resident. All apartments have a kitchen table with chairs, stove and refrigerator. The apartments have internet, telephone and cable connections ready for activation. There is an additional cost if you activate these services.

Apartment-Style Accommodations

331 Huntington Avenue
309 Huntington Avenue
311 Huntington Avenue
313 Huntington Avenue
315 Huntington Avenue


Law Students

Housing is available for full-time students enrolled in a law program at Northeastern. Space is limited, therefore housing is not guaranteed.

For more information about the application process, click here

Northeastern does not have accommodations for the College of Professional Studies – CPS, married couples, spousal equivalents or dependent children. You can obtain information about alternative housing from Off-Campus Housing Services.

Features in most of the apartment buildings include an intercom connection between each apartment and the lobby, as well as front doors which are locked 24 hours a day with access for residents only. Each apartment is furnished with a bed, mattress, bureau, desk and chair for each resident. All apartments have a kitchen table with chairs, stove and refrigerator. The apartments have internet, telephone and cable connections ready for activation. There is an additional cost if you activate these services.

Apartment-Style Accommodations

335 Huntington Avenue
768 Columbus Avenue