Find@Northeastern offers 24/7 mental health and support/resources to help you find yourself, your peace of mind, and your distinctive path.
+1.877.233.9477 (U.S.), 855.229.8797 (Canada) or +1.781.457.7777 (Intl.)
The WeCare office assists students experiencing unexpected challenges to maintain their academic progress.
226 Curry Student Center | 617.373.7591 | email@example.com
SilverCloud is a digital on-demand health and well- being plattorm that provides students with customized strategies to manage depression, anxiety, sleep issues, stress, resilience and more. With SilverCloud you can choose to self-guide or work with a SilverCloud coach who will support you throuhgout the process. The platform will help you build the tools that could improve your days – and your academic performance.
OPEN’s Sexual Violence Resource Center is for students who have experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual exploitation or abuse, domestic violence, and/or stalking.
407 Ell Hall
Schedule appointment here: https://studentlife.northeastern.edu/open/meet/sexual-violence-resource-center/
Northeaster’s one-on-one Spiritual Advising sessions are available to all members of the student community. SAs offer assistance and support for a wide range of spiritual and personal needs. All are welcome!
203 Ell Hall | 617.373.2728
University Health & Counseling Services (UHCS).
Forsyth Building, 1st Floor 70
Forsyth Street, Boston, MA 02115
Active Minds is the nation’s premier nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for students. We aim to advocate for students and bring about general awareness through weekly meetings and programming.
All Northeastern students are given free access to the entire Headspace library. Headspace is your personal guide, with hundreds of meditations and exercises for sleep, focus, and movement.
Building Resilience Skills Course
Alcohol Skills Training Course
Sexual Violence Prevention Course
Bystander Intervention Course
These OPEN online courses are designed to teach skills, build resilience, raise awareness, and support all members of the Northeastern community.
The Confidential Resource Advisor can provide students with free, confidential, non-judgmental, restorative, and trauma-informed services. These ‘check-ins’ provide an opportunity to discuss, receive personalized feedback and develop strategies to help students make informed decisions.
Northeastern University and the Disability Resource Center are committed to providing disability services that enable students who qualify under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act to participate fully in the activities of the university. To receive accommodations through the DRC, students must provide appropriate documentation that substantiates a disability and demonstrates a current significant limitation. Accommodations are provided based on an evaluation of the information provided by students, and their clinicians, on a case-by-case basis. These services are available for, but not limited to, students with the following diagnoses:
- Learning disabilities and/or ADHD
- Autism spectrum disorders
- Chronic or degenerative disorders
- Hearing loss
- Mobility impairments
- Psychiatric disorders
- Traumatic or acquired brain injury
- Vision impairments
Students should provide documentation to the DRC at their earliest convenience to allow for sufficient time for review. After the documentation has been reviewed, a disability specialist will contact the student regarding appropriate next steps. Visit the DRC website for additional information or contact staff at 617.373.2675.
The Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning Through Research provides professional development for all graduate students at Northeastern University in their roles as teaching assistants, instructors, and future faculty and professionals. We provide a range of opportunities for graduate students to develop effective teaching skills, including course design and communication. CATLR is committed to supporting your success at Northeastern and beyond, and we welcome you to:
- Participate in workshops and other events to learn about effective practices in teaching and course design and to adapt them for your own current or future use.
- Meet one-on-one with a CATLR consultant to discuss any aspect of teaching or preparing for the academic job market and postdoctoral careers, including developing course syllabi, teaching statements, teaching portfolios, and diversity statements.
- Invite a CATLR consultant to observe your class, recitation, lab, studio, or guest lecture and to meet with you afterward to share and discuss their observations in relation to your own goals and reflections.
- Register for the self-paced Future Faculty Program to prepare for and reflect on the various dimensions of teaching in higher education.
All of CATLR’s services are provided on a formative and confidential basis.
215 Snell Library
Employer Engagement and Career Design serves a diverse and sustainable global network of learners, alumni, and employers, forming a powerful ecosystem that nurtures lifelong career design and partnerships by enabling learners to:
- Choose a major and explore career options that fit an individual’s unique attributes
- Take advantage of experiential learning opportunities
- Make career decisions that will engage students and alumni in productive and fulfilling work
- Prepare for and conduct successful job searches
- Create meaningful and effective engagement with employers
- Contribute to meeting global and societal needs
We collaborate closely with the co-op community in all colleges and campuses across the global university while offering a dynamic framework of career design as lifelong learning with distinctive advising and programs to support learners at all stages of their journey. We are committed to supporting all learners and employer partners in eliminating biases and inequitable systems that stand in the way of achieving their goals and fostering an inclusive and just society.
103 Stearns Center
The Graduate Student Government represents graduate students at Northeastern University, serving as a liaison among the administration, faculty, staff, and students. The role of the GSG is to address the professional, financial, social, and representative needs of the graduate community as follows:
- Seeks to improve the quality of graduate student life, academic affairs, and research
- Offers access to professional development resources and networking
- Facilitates cooperation among the graduate student groups and organizations
- Distributes the graduate activity fee
- Sponsors graduate orientation programs
- Fosters interdepartmental and intercultural communication and appoints graduate representatives to serve on university committees
- Offers students individual financial assistance for conferences and for project/certificate funding
All graduate students and full-time College of Professional Studies graduate students affiliated with the Boston campus are eligible to be part of the GSG Senate. Representatives from the eight graduate schools, the professional schools, and CPS assist the executive board in the affairs of this governing organization. The senate meets regularly during the fall and spring semesters, and all meetings are open to all students.
Northeastern University Policy Department
100 Columbus Place
617.373.3333 (EMERGENCY—police, fire, medical)
617.373.3934 (TTY emergency or nonemergency)
617.373.2121 (nonemergency regular business)
Public Safety Division Administrative Offices
The Public Safety Division is committed to working with Northeastern University faculty, students, staff, and neighbors to build relationships and keep our campus thriving. Our work extends far beyond Boston, as we support learners in their academic and experiential endeavors around the world. The Public Safety Division is comprised of three sections: Police Department, Emergency Management, and International Safety.
The Northeastern University Police Department is a full-service and accredited police agency that comprises patrol and investigative divisions providing 24-hour service. NUPD has developed robust crime-detection and prevention strategies centered on technology and campus community engagement. Our well-trained officers are ready and willing to assist all members of our community.
A personal safety escort can be provided from one on-campus location to another, any time of day, whenever personal safety is a concern. You’ll need to provide your name, Northeastern ID number, and location. Safety escorts usually arrive in 10 to 15 minutes. A special, nighttime off-campus escort service, called the RedEye, runs from dusk to dawn to transport students to their residence within two miles from the center of campus. Every night from 7 p.m. until 6 a.m., the RedEye van will pick students up at the Snell Library. In order to use this escort, you must book a ride in advance using the RedEye app, or you can book a ride at the RedEye dispatch center located at the Northeast Security office in the Ruggles Substation.
SafeZone is a mobile safety app that is unique to Northeastern. SafeZone is a smartphone app that any student or staff member can download and use for free. This app will connect you directly to the NUPD should you need our assistance or emergency support while you are on campus.
NUPD encourages you to not only familiarize yourself with all of the services provided by NUPD but to also utilize the services and safety-related tips provided. If you see something that does not look or feel right, NUPD encourages you to say something by contacting NUPD at 617.373.2121 or utilizing the SafeZone app.
University Emergency Information
617.373.2000 (snow emergencies)
617.373.3333 (police, medical, or fire emergencies)
Northeastern is committed to providing members of its community with a safe and secure place in which to live, work, and study.
The university is prepared to respond to emergencies and urgent situations that require immediate action. A trained team of police officers, EMTs, health and counseling experts, student affairs and residential life staff, and other professionals form a coordinated group that is able to manage a wide range of potential situations.
NU Alert, emergency broadcast communication messages, are sent to the email addresses and telephone numbers students, faculty, and staff have provided the university. For more information on NU Alert and Emergency Planning, visit the NUPD website.
Lost and Found
If you have lost an item on Northeastern’s Boston campus, call 617.373.3913. If your item has been turned in, we will contact you by telephone or email. If you have found an item on campus, return it to our headquarters located at 100 Columbus Place. If you suspect the item has been stolen, call the NUPD at 617.373.2121 to report the theft.