Congratulations on your acceptance to Northeastern University! We in the Admissions office are excited to offer you the opportunity to become part of a community here at D’Amore-McKim that will propel you forward in your studies and career. It is important for you to know that our support does not end with your acceptance offer. We are here to assist you throughout the entirety of your program, and beyond! In this spirit, we have gathered some helpful information to put at your fingertips.

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Upcoming Events

Admitted Student Cocktail Reception

Thursday, June 27th – Join us at The Colonnade Hotel for a festive reception to celebrate your acceptance to the D’Amore-McKim School of Business! Come meet with other incoming students, current students, faculty, and staff.


Visit Campus

Can’t make it to campus? Contact Julie Chasse, Director, Graduate School of Professional Accounting, who will personally review important information and connect you with campus departments and MS in Accounting/MBA students or alumni.

Important Documents & Resources

Meet Some of Our Students

“I chose D’Amore-McKim because it fit all my wants as a prospective student, and it has been recognized as a top school nationally for its MS in Taxation program,” Sierra says.

“The MS in Taxation program has enabled me to develop valuable experience in the area of taxation research,” says Aswani.

“You can start implementing all the knowledge that you acquire in your daily routine at work and since tax laws are constantly changing, the program teaches you how to stay current with the new laws and regulations,” says Saviñón.

Get Connected Today!

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Questions? Contact Us

Julie Chasse

Director, Graduate School of Professional Accounting

Lizbeth Jones

Assistant Director, Graduate School of Professional Accounting