Congratulations on your acceptance into Northeastern University! Below are commonly asked questions about Orientation during the acceptance and enrollment cycle.
Orientation gives you a taste of your new life as a Husky. This mandatory program introduces you and your family to the university and will provide you with the resources and tools to help you successfully transition into the Northeastern student community, as well as into your new city, Boston.
N.U.in students have three orientations throughout their participation in the program: 1) Pre-Departure Orientation and 2) On-Site Orientation hosted by The N.U.in Program, and 3) Husky 101 Student Orientation hosted by the Office of Student Orientation.
Spring ’20 Orientation Dates
All dates are subject to change.
|Friday, January 3||Move-in|
|Friday, January 3||Transfer/Veteran Student Orientation|
|Saturday, January 4||Family Orientation|
|Saturday, January 4 – Sunday, January 5||Freshman Student Orientation (this includes N.U.in students)|
|Saturday, January 4 – Saturday, January 11||Welcome Week|
Frequently Asked Questions
This information is to provide you with an understanding of the Spring Orientation process, and to assist you with preliminary planning.
Is Orientation mandatory?
How do I register for Orientation?
Is there a cost to attend Orientation?
What are accommodations like at Orientation?
How do I request a deferment to another year?
Is Orientation for undergraduate students only?
Will I meet my advisor at Orientation?
How can I change my major?
When do classes begin?