Resources

Matriculated students in the College of Engineering and College of Arts, Media, and Design are eligible to pursue Interdisciplinary Student status after completing their first semester of graduate study.

We Care is an extended network of support services that provides help and encouragement to Northeastern students who are experiencing unexpected challenges in their personal or academic life, to embolden them so they can succeed.

The UHCS provides a variety of resources for meeting student health care needs.

Visit the DRC to learn more about alternative format learning materials, classroom related accommodations, housing accommodations, grievance submissions and more.

Learn about meal plans at Northeastern—including residential and commuter options—by visiting the Northeastern Dining website. You'll find dining locations, menu options and more.

Access MyNortheastern, the online portal and central resource for the Northeastern community.

Access all online, hybrid, blended and on-ground courses in a single platform.

Visit ITS to learn more about plotter printing, computer labs, Northeastern's printing plan and more.

Visit the Libraries website to start in on research or learn more about the many services they provide.

Get your Husky Card and all the benefits that go along with Northeastern's primary form of identification.

Access the main campus map in several formats, along with maps of the Boston Financial District, Charlotte and Seattle campuses and more.

Find the current and all past academic catalogs with curricula detail, course descriptions and administrative policies.

We are one of only 17 graduate business schools that provide its MBA students with the opportunity to participate in this unique 3-credit course in Washington D.C.

Download the complete handbook, code of conduct or academic integrity policy at Northeastern's Undergraduate Admissions website.

Learn more about the D'Amore-McKim's Bloomberg Lab and get in touch with support staff regarding the upcoming training schedule.

Find all past, future and current academic calendars at the Office of the University Registrar website.

Learn about research options, qualifications and credit hour requirements for the Honors undergraduate program at D'Amore-McKim.

Undergraduates who are confident they would like to take a course under Northeastern's "pass/fail" system will need to download and complete this form.

Download and complete this course petition form if you are: 1) An undergraduate seeking to take a graduate-level course, a CPS course or two courses during co-op. 2) A graduate student seeking to take undergraduate day courses or any courses offered by different colleges.

Download the form you must submit to get approval for your honors thesis. Approval must be attained by the first day of each academic term.

Download the form you must submit to get approval for independent studies. Approval must be attained within the first day of each academic term.

Download the contract needed between an instructor and student when detailing the precise arrangements for the clearance of an incomplete grade.

When the enrollment limit in a D’Amore-McKim School of Business course has been reached, students must register for the course using the Closed Course Admit Petition process.

To declare a minor in the D'Amore-McKim School of Business, students must complete Northeastern's online Business Minor Petition form.

From program and course descriptions to academic policies and resource listings, use the Student Handbook as a reference throughout your time at D'Amore-McKim.

The MS in Accounting/MBA fuses theory and practice to provide you with exponentially more powerful understanding of business and accounting. This is a lock-step program, with all courses taken in sequence. Classes begin in May.

Learn the steps you need to take in order to transfer into D'Amore-McKim's BS in Business Administration program or any of our combined majors. (The Change of Major process pertains to current Northeastern University undergraduate day school students.)

The Change of Major process pertains to current Northeastern University undergraduate day school students. If you are interested in changing your major to the BS in International Business, download and complete the internal transfer form AND follow all necessary steps as described.

International Field Study classes are open to students in Northeastern University’s MBA and MS in International Business programs.  Other D’Amore-McKim School of Business graduate students will also be considered on a space available basis and with approval from their program director. Applicant must have completed a minimum of 12 semesters hours of graduate credit or…

Find the available hours and locations to meet with undergraduate teaching assistants this spring.

The Registrar's Office provides important information related to class registration, transcripts and other student record keeping.

The Graduate Career Center offers you, the students and alumni of our MBA and MS programs, a solid pathway to expand your connections and identify new career opportunities. In short, we help you create a powerful and valuable network that stays with you throughout your entire career.

Choosing the right career means figuring out what your skills and interests are and the Career Development Office has the resources and tools to help you.

The Global Experience Office helps you study at renowned institutions and participate in dynamic co-op opportunities around the world.

From traditional programming and one-on-one mentoring to Thrive--Northeastern's financial literacy incubator for students to suggest, create, and implement new ideas, this Center has got you covered.

From financial aid and student employment opportunities to billing and tuition questions, the Student Financial Services team can help.

The Office of Global Services helps international students, scholars and their families feel welcome at Northeastern University.