Northeastern is a large community with countless resources provided to enable student success. Here are some we recommend.
Academic Success Resources
The Peer Tutoring Program offers a wide range of tutoring services to meet the academic needs of the undergraduate students.
The Writing Center is open to any member of the NEU community and exists to help any level writer, from any academic discipline, become a better writer.
The International Tutoring Center (ITC) is dedicated to providing current Northeastern University international students with free, high-quality English language instructions and support. ITC tutorials are 50-minutes long and include individual, group, and online appointments. We address such areas as: writing (getting started, organization, grammar, and citations); conversation; pronunciation; reading; TOEFL; and career prep. The ITC also includes Language and Culture workshops.
Includes answers to many common questions a wide array of helpful links to different centers around campus which can help you navigate your curriculum, registration and many other topics.
Employer Engagement and Career Design‘s mission is to build a diverse and sustainable network of learners, alumni, and employers forming a powerful ecosystem that nurtures lifelong career design and partnerships
Working while going to school has a variety of benefits and allows students to continue the learning process outside of the classroom. Visit the Office of Student Employment to find positions, ask questions, and learn more.
Global Library Resources
Europa World Plus includes historical, background and updated information about countries and regional organizations.
Mental Health Resources
University Health and Counseling Services (UHCS) offers support, information, and response to Mental and Medical Health concerns. Services include:
- Same day routine and urgent medical visits
- Walk-in mental health assessment and treatment
- 24/7 mental health support
- Follow-up visits as needed for medical and mental health concerns
- Referral to clinical care resources in the community
- Immunization compliance
- Medical leave of absence
- Northeastern University Student Health Plan (NUSHP)
The UHCS (above) has put together some resources for Mental Health during COVID-19.
University Health and Counseling Services offers a variety of support groups each term in an effort to support your varying needs. All groups provide a nonjudgmental and confidential space in which to learn as well as to receive and offer support. You’ll explore different perspectives and new ways of coping. Groups are a brave space for personal connection and personal growth.
Cultural & Community Resources
The John D. O’Bryant African American Institute is committed to intellectually, culturally and socially inspiring students toward excellence, success, and service. Through programs, resources, services, and activities the Institute fosters a nurturing, supportive and welcoming environment focused on students of African origin. Moreover, the Institute is dedicated to engaging the broader university community, the surrounding urban community and the world for balanced student and leadership development enjoined with the promotion and distinction of their career goals.
The Asian American Center at Northeastern is a resource for the Northeastern community to provide space and to support the experiences of our Asian American students.
The LSCC empowers Latinx leaders of tomorrow in an increasingly global environment through their academic, personal and professional development.
The Center for Intercultural Engagement (CIE) strives to create a community that is inclusive of all populations at Northeastern. We recognize that every individual is made up of various identities that shape who they are and how they experience our university and the world around us
The Center for Spirituality, Dialogue, and Service attends to the spiritual needs of the Northeastern community. The Center builds partnerships across university departments and disciplines-and with religious communities and public service agencies locally, nationally, and internationally-to help students become engaged citizens, peace builders, and leaders prepared to tackle pressing global problems.
The Office of City and Community Engagement is an active and responsible contributor to our local and campus communities by fostering collaborative relationships and partnerships that connect, educate, and engage people and organizations throughout our network.