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Responding to COVID-19


** NOTE: This content was developed as a part of Northeastern’s COVID-19 response. Please visit for up-to-date information. **


Northeastern University is closely monitoring the current 2019 Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and university leaders are in constant communication with government and public health agencies on a global scale to learn from and closely follow their recommendations.

Northeastern announced plans for a phased reopening of the University on May, 20, 2020

  • Impact on Faculty/Staff/Students

    Here is how the COVID-19 outbreak is affecting our faculty, staff, and students on our campuses and abroad.

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  • University Planning

    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.

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  • Travel and Return

    If you are planning to travel, here’s what you need to know.

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  • Global Programs

    Here you will find the latest information about the status of Northeastern’s global experiential learning programs.

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  • Online Learning Preparedness

    The Boston, Seattle, San Francisco Bay Area, Charlotte, London and Vancouver campuses have moved to online and remote instruction for all classes for the remainder of the Spring 2020 Semester and CPS Winter Quarter.

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  • Monitoring Your Health

    Learn more about COVID-19, its symptoms, and available resources on how to keep yourself healthy.

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