Commencement 2022 Recap

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Husky Women’s Rowing Team Wins Eighth Straight Title

After years of early morning wakeups, two-practice days, and racing to and from class, it all paid off for Northeastern’s women’s rowing team with an eighth straight CAA title.

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Mental Health Resources

What is Find@Northeastern?

Find@Northeastern is a 24/7 support service to help offer guidance and connect students with a local or video counselor for unlimited free counseling sessions. The Find@Northeastern team can also help with referrals and act as an e-coach through ICare. Services are also offered for international numbers.

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Did you know students get free access to Headspace?

All full-time Northeastern students receive free access to the Headspace app with their Northeastern email address. Headspace offers over 1,000+ hours of guided meditations and sleep content, mini exercises for busy schedules, and has been proven to reduce stress in just 10 days.

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Looking for customized mental health strategies?

Find@Northeastern also offers an online and on-demand mental health and well-being platform called SilverCloud. SilverCloud is a digital program that provides students with tailored strategies to manage depression, anxiety, sleep issues, stress, resilience and more. Sessions are available in English and Spanish and can be self-guided or set up with a wellness coach.

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Are there walk-in options?

Yes, UHCS offers mental health walk-in hours for students in Massachusetts. Walk-in hours are available from
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 11 a.m – 2 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday: 5 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Students outside of Massachusetts can access Find@Northeastern 24 hours a day for mental health support.

What Can I Expect at UHCS?

What about support groups?

Northeastern offers several support groups for current Northeastern students located in Massachusetts. All groups are a nonjudgmental and confidential space to learn from others and receive personal support. Support group topics range from grief and loss to depression, coping with COVID, stress and anxiety, food fears, and sexual assault.

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11/17/20 - BOSTON, MA:  Mental health resources stickers are handed out in Snell Quad on Nov. 17, 2020. Photo by Ruby Wallau/Northeastern University

Who to contact?

Samaritans Statewide Helpline   877.870.HELP (4673)
Boston Emergency Service Team   800.981.4357
National Suicide Prevention Line   800.273.TALK (8255)
Crisis Text Line 741741
UHCS 617.373.2772
Find@Northeastern +1.877.233.9477 (U.S.)
Find@Northeastern +1.781.457.7777 (International)
Northeastern University Police Department 617.373.3333
Urgent Care Brookline 617.751.6205
Urgent Care Boston Common 617.393.5059
Sexual Violence Resource Center 617.373.4459
Northeastern University Student Health Plan (NUSHP) 617.373.8007”

Moving Off-Campus?

Caption: 08/30/21 - BOSTON, MA - Students move-in on Northeastern’s Boston campus for the start of the Fall semester on Aug. 30, 2021. Photo by Alyssa Stone/Northeastern University

If your student is moving off-campus after the spring semester, make sure to review Northeastern’s Off-Campus Housing and Support Services site. Before you sign any documents, stop by 151 Speare Hall to have your lease read thoroughly and get questions answered.

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Student Life

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Take a deep dive into the Three Seas Program

The immersive and field-intensive program in marine biology allows students to live and work in three distinct environments. You’re invited to swim along.
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5/13/22 - BOSTON, MA. - Northeastern University celebrates its graduate 2022 Commencement ceremony at Boston's Historic Fenway Park on Friday May 13, 2022. Speakers included Joseph E. Aoun, president of Northeastern, Leila Fadel, an NPR reporter and co-host of the public news organization’s banner show, Morning Edition, a distinguished group of influential figures, as well as student speakers. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

Commencement 2022 Week of Photos

Experience the unforgettable week of hard work fulfilled and dreams come true as told by News@Northeastern’s award-winning photographers.
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Give a (quiet) cheer for library’s expanded capacity and hours

Northeastern’s busy library has expanded its seating this semester, making room for 3,000 students to study on their own or collaborate with colleagues. It has also returned to pre-pandemic hours so that students, staff, and faculty can access the four-story building 24 hours a day.
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Northeastern a cappella group Distilled Harmony hits high note

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Student Group Spotlight

Discover a new student group each Wednesday on Northeastern’s Instagram.

11/18/20 - BOSTON, MA:  Students draw with chalk and paint as part of the Art Project hosted by the Office of Global Services and the Mural Club on Centennial Common on Nov. 18, 2020. Photo by Ruby Wallau/Northeastern University

Get involved!

Home to nearly 400 student organizations, Northeastern offers endless opportunities for your student to get involved.

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09/28/20 - BOSTON, MA. - Students Colin Keil, who studies computer science and Zhiyong Zhang, who studies electrical and computer engineering work on a robot in the ISEC building on Sept. 28, 2020. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

Undergraduate Research

Undergraduate students can participate in research and creative endeavors across the disciplines at Northeastern through The Office of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships.

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Follow the #NUexperience

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Getting around the city on the MBTA

COVID-19 Guidance

Omicron’s increased infectiousness and decreased severity among vaccinated and boosted people has led university officials to end wellness housing for students who test positive for COVID-19. Photo by Alyssa Stone/Northeastern University

COVID-19 is evolving. So is Northeastern’s approach to managing it.

As the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has evolved, so too has Northeastern University’s management of it. Most recently, the university has moved to phase out its wellness housing for most students who test positive for COVID-19.
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In step with the CDC’s revised public health guidelines, the university will remove indoor mask requirements on its Boston campus. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

Northeastern lifting its mask mandate Saturday

In step with the CDC’s revised public health guidelines, the university will remove indoor mask requirements on its Boston campus. Face coverings will be optional in all settings beginning on Saturday, March 5, with the exception of University Health and Counseling Services.
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COVID-19 isn’t going away. But now we know how to live with it.

The COVID-19 toolbox is starting to look a lot more like the approach to battling other viruses. “So 2022 is sort of about making that transition to the new endemic world,” says Jared Auclair, director of the Biopharmaceutical Analysis Training Lab at Northeastern.
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Spring 2022 FAQ

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Parents, share your thoughts with us

10/22/21 - BOSTON, MA. - Family members pose for photographs with students before a tour of the Northeastern arboretum on Friday, Oct. 22, 2021 . Photo by Alyssa Stone/Northeastern University

Take the Northeastern parents survey, and we’ll use your feedback to keep you informed about the university.

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Northeastern University and Mills College finalize historic merger

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Northeastern University and Mills College finalize historic merger

The merger will bring Mills College and its distinctive mission focused on access, equity, social justice, and women’s leadership into Northeastern’s global network, which includes campuses across North America and in London, England.
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Students stroll on the Mills College campus. Photo by Ruby Wallau for Mills College

‘Together we have an opportunity to create something truly unique in higher education’

Message from President Joseph E. Aoun: "We aspire to build a comprehensive, bicoastal university that leverages the complementary strengths of Mills and Northeastern for the benefit of students and society."
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Mills College students and faculty were optimistic that the merger with Northeastern will allow Mills's focus on women's leadership and racial and gender equality to continue. Photo by Ruby Wallau for Mills College

At Mills College, excitement and relief over merger with Northeastern

Annalise Totten, a second-year biochemistry and molecular biology major at Mills, is looking forward to tapping into Northeastern’s global co-op network. A Mills dean added: The merger “breathed new life” into the college.
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Additional Resources

NUPD Advisory Board

The NUPD Advisory Board’s mission is to guide, inform, and strengthen NUPD’s relationship with the community—both within and outside Northeastern.

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Dates to Remember

May 30

Memorial Day, no classes

Jun 20

Juneteenth observed, no classes

Jun 23

Last day of Summer I classes

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11/05/2020 BOSTON, MA. - Zeynep Gul, who studies architecture, works in the dining tent outside West Village on Northeastern’s Boston campus on Nov. 5, 2020. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

Study Spaces On Campus

Students can use this tool to find a safe space to study, participate in remote classes, and collaborate.

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24/7 Mental Health Support

Your student can access confidential, 24/7 mental health support through Find@Northeastern.

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5 years, 2 degrees

Northeastern’s PlusOne programs allow undergraduates to earn both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in five years—and still take advantage of Northeastern’s signature experiential opportunities.

11/14/17 - BOSTON, MA. - Students play games at Campus Crossroads as a part of International Education Week on Nov. 14, 2017. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

Resources for international families

Is your student new to the United States? The Office of Global Services is here to help with visa applications, documentation, employment opportunities, and student support.

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03/19/19 - SALT LAKE CITY, UT. - The Northeastern University Men's Basketball team arrive at the Salt Lake City airport for the NCAA Tournament on March 19, 2019. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

International Travel

The Northeastern Travel Support Network promotes safety beyond the Boston campus with 24/7 international emergency assistance.

September 18, 2014 - Tessine Murji, right, SSH'18, and Selbe Van Winkle, centre, SSH'18, speak to Katryna Gouin, S'15, who did a co-op abroad where she taught biology at the International School of Bremen in Germany.

Co-op & Career Resources

Set your child up for career success with Northeastern’s cornerstone experiential learning program – cooperative education (co-op).

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