Read communications sent to the Northeastern community (ordered chronologically beginning with the most recent) with information and resources regarding the outbreak.
Answers to frequently asked questions by Northeastern faculty and staff regarding learning, business and research continuity can be found here. To access the site, please login with your myNortheastern username.
A new online class provides practical, up-to-date, and scientifically proven answers during this threatening time of severe disruption. COVID-19: How to be Safe and Resilient is an hour-long course that is free and accessible to anyone. Launched by Northeastern’s Global Resilience Institute, it is a “one-stop-shop” of credible, digestible collection of skills to help manage and survive the pandemic.
Here you will find the latest information about the status of Northeastern’s global experiential learning programs.
If you are planning to travel, here’s what you need to know.
The university has the online capabilities to ensure that courses can progress remotely if campus-based learning is not possible. Here’s what faculty and students need to know.
Here is how the COVID-19 outbreak is affecting our faculty, staff, and students on our campuses and abroad.
As public health experts monitor the global spread of COVID-19, Northeastern University is developing an extensive set of contingency plans to prepare for possible disruptions, activating the staff and resources necessary to meet its institutional commitments.
Learn more about COVID-19, its symptoms, and available resources on how to keep yourself healthy.
Get help finding contact information for relevant health organizations as well as other resources that will help inform you about COVID-19.
Who should you contact for more information about COVID-19 and security, safety, and travel if you are faculty, staff, or a student?