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|Setting:||Large City Setting|
|Size:||Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)|
|On-Campus Housing Available:||Yes|
Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts is home to exceptional award-winning faculty and extensive academic, research, co-operative learning and student life opportunities.
A private university, Northeastern grants undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 125 fields of study.
Northeastern University’s academics are divided into distinctive schools, which include a College of Arts, Media and Design, a School of Architecture, a College of Engineering, a School of Education and a College of Social Sciences and Humanities.
Co-op programs are one of Northeastern’s more distinctive offerings, giving students the chance to work in professional positions within their field.
Research at Northeastern is undertaken in more than 30 areas including Marine Science, Domestic Violence and Public Health.
Faculty members at Northeastern are highly successful in their respected areas of study, having won such prestigious awards as the Pulitzer Prize as well as Guggenheim and Macarthur fellowships.
Student life offerings are just as extensive, with more than 200 student clubs representing a broad range of interests, from the creative arts to the cultural.
Also, since it is in the heart of a major city, restaurants, museums, theatres, nightlife, shopping and other activities are only steps away.
Northeastern is fairly competitive and seeks out students with a strong academic performance record. When applying to the school, students may also submit a financial aid application to see if they qualify for scholarships or other aid.
57% of students gave Northeastern University 5 stars overall.
Overall I'd say NU is a pretty satisfactory school. The co-op program is great. I had no problems finding and internship (music industry) and my boss is a well-connected professional in the industry. The classes they offer for my major have a good amount of variety and cover all the topics i am interested in. Boston is a great city to live in for college, especially since there are so many other college age students all over the city. Overall, I do not regret my choice to go to NU.
I visited Northeastern University a few weeks ago, along with another school in Boston. Northeastern definitely seeemed to be a better fit for me for many reasons. Everyone that I spoke with there was so nice and answered each of my questions fully and with a smile. They seemed to have a sport or club for everyone and the campus was absolutly beautiful. The location in the city scared me a little at first because of the issue of safety, but with their own campus police and "blue light" systems set up everywhere I would feel completely comfortable there. I literally could not find a place on the campus where I could stand and not see at least two "blue lights." Overall, the campus was wonderful and I encourage everyone to check it out for themselves.
360 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02115
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Excellent walkability. You do not need a car for this area.
Excellent transit. This area has plenty of convenient public transportation.
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|Full-Time Undergrad Students||21,904|
|Total Students (Undergrads & Graduate Students)||36,286|
- Latino: 6%
- African American: 6%
- Caucasian: 58%
- Asian: 9%
- Unknown and Other: 20%
|Unknown and Other||20%|
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