Prospective Student—Information Session & Campus Tour

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The Prospective Student Information Session kicks off with a 30-minute presentation on our distinctive academic and experiential programs along with our admissions and financial aid process. Following the presentation, one of our Husky Ambassadors will take you on a 1-hour tour of campus to show you academic and research areas, a first-year residence hall, and the recreation centers.

Offered Monday – Friday, as well as Saturdays 2.15-4.25. Visit the registration site to view available times.

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Admitted Student—Information Session & Campus Tour

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The Admitted Student program combines a 1 hour information session followed by a 1.5 hour campus tour. The information session and campus tour have been designed for those who cannot attend an Admitted Student Welcome Day but want to visit campus and gain a better understanding of the Northeastern student experience.

The information session is designed as a student panel to provided admitted students and their families a firm understanding of everything from academics and experiential learning to campus life. Moderated by a member of the admissions team, current students will share their personal Northeastern journey and highlights from their undergraduate experience.

On most weekdays following the information session and campus tour, students are also offered a brief opportunity to connect with their college of interest. When registering for your information session and tour, you will also be able to register for additional time with the colleges if sessions are offered. Please note that college programming will not be offered on Saturdays.

Admitted student programming is offered Monday through Saturday starting February 18 through April 30. We look forward to seeing you on our Boston campus!

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N.U.in—Information Session & Campus Tour for Admitted Students Only

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If you are unable to attend your college’s Welcome Day this spring, we encourage you to visit campus for an Inside N.U.in Information Session. The Inside N.U.in Information Session is specifically designed for those students who have been admitted to the N.U.in program. ?Staff members from The N.U.in Program will provide a more in-depth look into the N.U.in experience and will be available to answer questions. Students who have previously participated in N.U.in will also be available for conversation before and after the session to provide insight on their time abroad and transitioning to campus after their first semester.

If you are interested in a campus tour to see where you will live and learn following your fall semester abroad with N.U.in, please be sure to register for the Inside N.U.in Campus Tour in addition to the Inside N.U.in Information Session. This 1.5 hour walking campus tour is led by a Husky Ambassador, who will provide guests with a glimpse into everything from academics to experiential learning, and of course, campus life.

Spring 2020 Session and Tour Dates: February 18, 21; March 17, 20, 24, 27, 31; April 3, 7, 10, 14, 17, 21, 24, 28

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Transfer Sessions

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Learn more about Northeastern’s transfer application process, criteria for admission, and how transfer credit is evaluated.?The program starts at the Visitor Center and includes a 45-minute information session followed by a one-hour tour of campus.

Spring 2020 Dates: February 14, March 2, March 23

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College-Specific Programs

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College of Arts, Media and Design

Hear from a passionate panel of artists, designers, architects, actors, and writers in this 30-minute information session. Following the large presentation, smaller conversations hosted by representatives from the departments/majors are offered for those interested in getting more information about a specific program. ?Both the large and small presentations will allow prospective students time to ask questions and learn more about how CAMD prepares students for their creative industry of choice.

  • February 21
  • March 27
  • April 2
  • April 23

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D’Amore-McKim School of Business

Hosted by academic advisors, co-op faculty, and students, the D’Amore-McKim School of Business offers special presentations for prospective students interested in pursuing a degree in Business Administration or International Business. Participants will have the opportunity to hear about the different academic concentrations, co-op opportunities, and first-hand experiences of Northeastern students majoring in Business.

  • February 21
  • March 20
  • April 3
  • April 9
  • April 21

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Khoury College of Computer Sciences

Learn more about degree offerings, unique combined majors, and curriculum. Hear about our experiential opportunities including?co-op and research with faculty, and find out how our recent graduates are succeeding. During this 45 minute presentation you will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the programs Khoury has to offer.

  • February 18
  • March 16
  • March 23
  • March 30
  • April 6
  • April 13
  • April 24

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College of Engineering

This presentation is an opportunity to learn about academic programs, cooperative education, and support services offered to engineering students at Northeastern. Following the presentation, students will be invited to participate in 90-minute tour of the engineering research labs*.

  • Wednesdays between January 22 – April 29 (excluding March 4)
  • February 22
  • March 21
  • April 18
  • April 25

*Due to lab space, on our busiest days the lab tours will be for students only. Students and families are welcome to attend the College of Engineering information session before the students will be invited to attend the lab tour. At the conclusion of the lab tour students will be brought to reconnect with their parents/guests.

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Bouvé College of Health Sciences

Please join members of Bouvé College of Health Sciences for a 30-minute overview presentation highlighting academic, co-op, research, and global opportunities. Following this presentation, guests will hear from current Bouvé students across the different majors. This session is an opportunity for prospective students to meet current students who will answer questions and share their experiences as members of the Bouvé community.

  • January 24
  • February 20
  • March 16
  • March 23
  • April 10
  • April 17
  • April 21

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College of Science

Please join members of the College of Science for a 45-minute program designed to highlight Northeastern’s approach to the physical sciences, life sciences, and mathematics. Learn how faculty and students at Northeastern engage in discovery and innovation to collaborate on research projects aimed at solving global challenges. This presentation is an opportunity for our visitors to hear from representatives from the College of Science as they introduce you to the endless opportunities for varied academic pursuits.

  • Every Thursday between January 23 and April 23

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College of Social Sciences and Humanities

Attend this 45-minute presentation highlighting the college’s Experiential Liberal Arts curriculum. Hear from a college dean, a co-op coordinator, and a current student about the college’s unique approach to the study of society, culture, and politics combined with Northeastern’s signature experiential education.

  • February 18
  • March 27
  • April 7
  • April 24

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Northeastern Explore Program for undeclared students

Prospective students with multiple academic interests or those who are still trying to determine which degree path to follow are encouraged to participate in a 45-minute presentation that explains the benefits of the Program for undeclared students. This presentation addresses commonly asked questions regarding curriculum, transition to a declared major, experiential and global education, co-op opportunities, advising, and more.

  • February 19
  • March 26
  • April 6
  • April 22

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College Drop-in Hours

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College of Social Sciences and Humanities: Interested in meeting with departmental faculty or an academic adviser in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities? Meetings by appointment only. Please contact [email protected] to schedule your CSSH visit.

Group Visits

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Group visit programs offered through The Office of Undergraduate Admissions are designed for high school and college transfer students from community organizations and schools. Our programming includes a student-led presentation regarding the college experience, as well as a campus tour.

Guidelines: We require groups of 10 or more to submit a visit request, which must be done at least two weeks in advance. The maximum group size we can accommodate is 50 students. If your group exceeds 50 students, we recommend splitting your group across multiple times/dates. If your group is less than 10 students, it is required that each student is registered individually.

The Group Tour schedule for Fall 2019 is currently posted! Group tours for Spring 2020 will be finalized in early December. Please visit our most up-to-date calendar of available group time slots by clicking the ‘Register’ button below.

For additional assistance, please email [email protected].

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Within .5 Miles

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  • Boston Back Bay Hilton Hotel Prudential Stop, Green E Line 40 Dalton Street Boston, MA 02199 617.236.1100
  • Colonnade Hotel Prudential Stop, Green E Line 120 Huntington Ave Boston, MA 02116 617.424.7000
  • Midtown Hotel Symphony Stop, Green E Line 220 Huntington Ave Boston, MA 02115 617.262.1000
  • Sheraton Boston Prudential Stop, Green E Line 39 Dalton Street Boston, MA 02199 617.236.2000
  • Westin Copley Place Copley Stop, Green E Line 10 Huntington Avenue Boston, MA 02116 617.262.9600

Within 1 mile

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Within 3 Miles

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Outside of Boston

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The Admissions Visitor Center is located on the first floor of the West Village F. 40 Leon Street Boston, MA 02115 The best way to visit campus is via public transportation, or by utilizing a ride-share service. As an urban university, parking is limited. If you do choose to drive, please leave ample time for city traffic and navigating parking. Complimentary parking is available during office hours on a first-come, first-served basis in the West Village Parking Garage. Please inform the garage attendant that you are visiting the Admissions Visitor Center. West Village Parking Garage 30 Leon Street Boston, MA 02115 Additional parking may be found at the Columbus Parking Garage. Columbus Garage 795 Columbus Avenue Boston, MA 02120 Note: Due to construction on campus parking is extremely limited at this time. Please plan to arrive at least 20 minutes in advance of your scheduled information session to ensure you have time for parking.

Public Transportation Directions

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Northeastern is accessible by subway via the Green Line (the Northeastern stop on the E line) or the Orange Line (Ruggles Station stop). Commuter rail lines connect with the Orange Line at Back Bay Station, Ruggles Station, and North Station. From Logan Airport: Take the Massport Shuttle from your Terminal to the Blue Line Airport Station. Take the Blue Line train Inbound to State St (transfer to the Orange Line outbound train). From Ruggles Station Stop (Orange Line): Exit the station onto campus, facing a flag pole in the middle of Centennial Common. The West Village F building is located across Centennial Common on the right side next to the African-American Institute. The Admissions Visitor Center is on the first floor. From Northeastern Stop (Green Line): Walk a short distance on Huntington Avenue to Forsyth Street. Take Forsyth Street away from the Marino Recreation Center to Centennial Common. The West Village F building is located across Centennial Common on the right side next to the African-American Institute. The Admissions Visitor Center is on the first floor.

Driving Directions

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From the North (via Route I-93)

Take the Storrow Drive exit, and proceed to the Fenway exit. Follow signs for Boylston Street inbound, and bear right onto Westland Avenue. Turn right onto Massachusetts Avenue, proceed to the next traffic light, and turn right onto Huntington Avenue. At 440 Huntington Avenue (West Village H, 16-story glass building) take a left onto Parker Street. Take a left onto Ruggles Street, and then turn left onto Leon Street. Park in the West Village Parking Garage. The Admissions Visitor Center is on the first floor of the West Village F building at 40 Leon Street.

From the South (via Route I-93, Route 3)

Take exit 18 (Massachusetts Avenue/ Roxbury/ Frontage Road.) Turn left at the third light, staying in one of the two left lanes. Proceed straight onto Melnea Cass Boulevard. Continue for approximately two miles, and turn left onto Tremont Street. At the second light turn right onto Ruggles Street. Turn right onto Leon Street. Park in the West Village Parking Garage. The Admissions Visitor Center is on the first floor of the West Village F building at 40 Leon Street.

From the West (via Route I-90, Mass, Turnpike)

Take Exit 22 (Copley Square), and bear left toward the Prudential Center. From the exit ramp, proceed straight onto Huntington Avenue. At 440 Huntington Avenue (West Village H, 16-story glass building) take a left onto Parker Street. Take a left onto Ruggles Street, and then turn left onto Leon Street. Park in the West Village Parking Garage. The Admissions Visitor Center is on the first floor of the West Village F building at 40 Leon Street. From the west (via Route 9) Proceed east on Route 9; it will become Huntington Avenue. Turn right onto Ruggles Street. Turn left onto Leon Street. Park in the West Village Parking Garage. The Admissions Visitor Center is on the first floor of the West Village F building at 40 Leon Street.

Disability Accommodations

Sign language interpreters and wheelchair accessible tour routes are available upon request. Please email?Ryan Engelhardt for interpreter requests at [email protected].

Communication Access To ensure communication access, you must be registered 14 days in advance of the program you wish to attend. Physical Accessibility Most of our Boston campus is wheelchair accessible. If you need additional information on accessibility or assistance, please email Devin Smith?at [email protected]. Parking Please see the campus map for accessible parking.