- Ranked 399 QS World University Rankings 2014
- Ranked 185 THE World University Rankings 2014-2015
- Ranked 184 THE World University Rankings 2013-2014
- Ranked 397 QS World University Rankings 2013
- Ranked 365 QS World University Rankings 2015
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About Northeastern University
Northeastern's graduate campuses in Charlotte, N.C., and Seattle, and its technology hub in Silicon Valley offer in-demand degree programs aligned with their regions’educational, workforce, and economic development needs, including programs in emerging fields, such as cybersecurity, health informatics, and operations technology. Our faculty teaches in flexible hybrid and online formats to meet the needs of working professionals. These locations also promote new research partnerships with industry, government, and academic institutions.
Northeastern is located in Boston's Fenway, Roxbury and Back Bay neighborhoods adjacent to Huntington Avenue near the Museum of Fine Arts and Symphony Hall. The area is also known as the Fenway Cultural District.
On Campus Housing
Northeastern University's Housing & Residential Life system includes student housing that is either owned or leased by the University. All students must conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the University's expectations, as stated in A Guide to Residence Hall Living, the Student Handbook and the Residence Hall and Dining License Agreement and any and all other applicable University policies, procedures, supplemental agreements, rules and regulations.
- Each room comes with a bed frame, mattress (twin XL), desk, desk chair and dresser
- Since each room is unique, we are unable to provide square footage/measurements of individual rooms
- All Northeastern University housing is smoke-free
- The majority are double-occupancy rooms (triple-occupancy rooms are also available)
- One hundred to seven hundred students per hall
- Dining halls are in Stetson East, Stetson West and International Village
- Common community spaces, in most halls, can be used for studying, group projects or student activities
- All bath facilities are single-gender
- All first year students are required to have a meal plan
- Single rooms are available on a limited basis. If interested, please indicate your preference on the housing application, or if you have a medical or accessibility concern, please register with the Disability Resource Center or University Health and Counseling Services by visiting our "Accessibility Page"
- Gender Neutral housing options are available
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