Northeastern’s emphasis on intellectual inquiry, experiential learning, and global thinking continues to attract the most talented students from around the country and around the world. Students who are ready to join a thriving academic community can visit the Northeastern Undergraduate Admissions website to get started. There, prospective students and their parents will find:
The Northeastern Visitor Center provides a variety of ways to experience campus. Explore the options and register for a tour here.
In addition, the College of Social Sciences and Humanities offers a monthly one-hour presentation in the Visitor Center which highlights the college’s interdisciplinary and global approach to education and research. Visitors will learn how experiential learning is linked to coursework in the social sciences and humanities, discover opportunities for global exploration, and even meet a co-op faculty coordinator who can answer all questions related to co-op. Register Now!
For questions about undergraduate admissions, email email@example.com or call 617.373.2200.
If you’re seeking financial support for undergraduate studies, your first stop should be the Northeastern University Office of Student Financial Services. Located in 356 Richards Hall, this office is the central location for all financial aid from the university. Pell grants, work-study and many other forms of financial assistance come through this office. Contact a financial aid advisor in this office to assist you in identifying relevant financial aid opportunities.
The department has several scholarships and awards that are distributed each year. These include the following:
Students may apply for the Baer and Cord awards, by completing an application available in the main department office.