Our Campus Network

Northeastern’s flagship campus builds on Boston’s legacy of innovation. Students tackle some of the world’s most pressing problems alongside expert faculty in our more than 30 federally funded research centers; 3D print models and laser cut projects inside the university’s cutting-edge Snell Library; and apply what they learn in high-tech classrooms to real-world challenges facing local nonprofits, for-profits, and government agencies.

Northeastern University–Charlotte has grown its portfolio of degree offerings three-fold since launching in 2011 as the institution’s first regional campus. Centrally located at the intersection of Trade and Tryon Streets in Uptown, Northeastern University–Charlotte is as closely connected to industry as the campus’s graduate degree and certificate programs.

Northeastern opened its San Francisco location in early 2018. San Francisco is a hub for innovation, entrepreneurship and creativity. Northeastern offers programs that meet Bay Area’s demand for professionals with real-world work experience and top education. Our location is embedded directly with WeWork in San Francisco, a co-working space for global companies to grow and innovate.

Northeastern University–Seattle is located in the South Lake Union neighborhood—an epicenter for innovation and discovery. Amazon, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance are within a two-mile radius of campus, a place where cutting-edge thought leaders come together to network, inspire, and execute on new research and technologies.

Silicon Valley is the first in a series of educational hubs embedded directly in select Bay Area companies, serving as both an incubator for top talent and bridge to the region’s corporate and startup communities. Home to some of the world’s most innovative companies, the area created more than 64,000 jobs in 2015, according to the 2016 Silicon Valley Index, bringing the region’s total to 1.55 million.

Northeastern University–Toronto is the institution’s first international campus and the first comprehensive research university to receive approval by the Ontario government to offer multiple degree programs in the province without a local educational partner. Those degree programs are tailored to Toronto’s economic development needs, and delivered in formats flexible to today’s working professional.

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