Policies

Welcome to the Northeastern University Policy Page

At Northeastern, we are committed to conducting all of our endeavors according to the utmost standards of integrity and ethics, and operating in compliance with legal and regulatory requirements and university policies. To promote effective communication and access to the university’s policies, policies are located on this webpage. Compliance with university policies is a condition of employment and enrollment at the university.

Northeastern has also adopted policies specific to each campus. In addition to university-wide policies, students and employees must comply with policies that pertain to their home campus.

Policies specific to the Toronto campus can be found at: http://www.northeastern.edu/toronto/the-toronto-campus/policy-page/ 

Policies specific to the Vancouver campus can be found at: https://www.northeastern.edu/vancouver/location/policy-page/

University policies, handbooks, forms, guidelines and relevant resources are accessible through this website. Any copies (print or online) of policies that are inconsistent with the official versions posted on this website should be disregarded. Individual colleges and departments may have distinct practices, standards or guidelines, all of which must be consistent with these university-wide policies.

Please check back often to review current policies, new or updated policies, and to access helpful resources, guidance or information.

If you need more information, please contact:  Policies@northeastern.edu

Audrey Evans
Administrative Operations Manager
Office of the General Counsel
(617)373-2157
a.evans@northeastern.edu

Gregory Solomon

Compliance Operations Coordinator

Compliance Department

(617)373-2157

g.solomon@northeastern.edu

(new policies are marked with an asterisk)

Additional Resources: Human Resources Management, Office of the Provost, Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs, Finance, Information Technology Services, Office of the General Counsel, Marketing and Communications.

Retired Policies