The D’Amore-McKim School of Business and Northeastern University are closely tracking the 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak. School and university leaders are closely monitoring the coronavirus pandemic and making decisions accordingly.
Reopening Northeastern: A Guide for a Safe Return to Northeastern University’s Campuses
Hybrid NUflex is a model designed to deal with density restrictions and to provide flexibility to faculty and students.
The concept is this—Some students will be in the classroom and some students will learn remotely, in real time, supported by classroom technology and, in some classes, with an instructional assistant in the classroom.
The fall semester will begin and end as currently scheduled. Students and faculty will be masked and distanced from each other in the classroom.
Information for Current Students
- We encourage you to check the university’s COVID-19 website for the latest updates and changes to university programs: http://news.northeastern.edu/coronavirus/.
- Continue to check your email daily as this is the University’s primary method of contact.
Find@Northeastern offers 24/7 immediate mental health support and is available to all Northeastern students, no matter where you are. You do not need to go through this alone.
- 877.233.9477 (in the U.S.)
- 1.781.457.7777 (outside the U.S.)
The Office of Global Services (OGS) has created a dedicated email address where international students can send any inquiries: OGSCoronavirusResponse@Northeastern.edu.
They have a dedicated team monitoring this inbox and will respond to students based on their individual situations. Please include your NUID# in the message.
Students: have a question not answered here?
Information for Prospective Students
To answer your questions about the impact of COVID-19 on admissions, please visit the corresponding site for your student type.
There are also virtual campus tours available.
Resources for Staff and Faculty
Northeastern Resources include COVID-19 FAQs with important information about employee benefits and human resources.
For computer/internet technology assistance and classroom support, use our D’Amore-McKim Resources.
For help with digital teaching, visit Northeastern Digital Learning Resilience.
Reach out to our D’Amore-McKim Instruction Design Group for help with the development of digital components related to coursework, teaching, and technology.