Northeastern University’s Seattle Campus has a host of resources for students looking to make the most of their graduate studies. Some of these resources are specific to our campus, and some benefit any Northeastern student. Below are ways to enrich your experience and find the tools you need to succeed.
Northeastern University in Seattle provides campus support in a variety of ways to help you make the most out of your graduate experience.
Student ID Card
Your Student ID Card is used for more than just identification: It’s also required for campus access, printing, and resource check-out. All students are required to carry their ID Card while on campus and may be asked to show their ID for identity verification.
Visit, call (206.254.7510), or email the Front Desk at 225 Terry Ave. N. for questions about ID cards. There is a $25 nonrefundable fee to replace a lost or stolen Student ID Card.
On-campus IT support: Have a question for ITS, or an issue with the wi-fi or printers? Email the Seattle ITS team at [email protected] for timely assistance.
Free Wi-Fi and Technology Checkout: Northeastern offers free Wi-Fi to all students. When on campus, use the network “NUWave” and log in using your myNortheastern credentials.
You can also utilize our laptop and iPad checkout while on campus. Students can check out technology using the Student Resource Center. Visit the Student Resource check-out system to log in and view available resources.
Printing: Printers are set up in the 401 and 225 Terry Ave. N. campus locations. The Northeastern Printing Plan annually provides a limited amount of free printing to students and faculty. At the start of the academic year, members of the Northeastern community receive a credit on their Husky Cards that can be used at the color and black and white printers. The annual credit does not roll over from year to year.
Group Study Areas
Enjoy the benefits of meeting with classmates to work on projects or study together in one of our resource and lounge areas. Students can reserve space for individual study and small group meetings during weekday business hours by using the Robin booking service.
Seattle-Based Student Services
Northeastern University aims to support students through a variety of career and financial services, so they can get the most out of their graduate experience.
Seattle Student Affairs
Seattle Student Affairs is here to help you navigate the wide array of student resources available in Seattle and across Northeastern’s global campus network. Contact the Student Affairs team for questions about student engagement opportunities, health & wellness programming, and more.
Health and Wellness are huge factors for success during your academic journey and out in the world. Northeastern is invested in your wellness and provides many on campus, virtual, self-guided, and one-on-one resources so you can get immediate and ongoing support.
Explore the full resources page to better understand all the wellness options available to you during your time at Northeastern in Seattle!
NU Fund Me is a professional development program open to Seattle students. Apply to receive funds to help with the cost of attending professional and academic opportunities including conferences and networking events. Terms and Conditions apply. See the application, or email Seattle Student Affairs for more details.
Student Interest Groups (SIGs) are a group of students who have agreed to come together around a specific topic of interest and have fun while doing so! Learn more about SIGs, how to start one, and what SIGs are currently active.
Northeastern has a great number of on-campus and virtual resources to help students explore their career goals and take steps to achieve them. View upcoming virtual Career Development workshops and labs, and be sure to read the Seattle Career Development Newsletter which you’ll automatically receive as a current student. You’ll also receive information about your on-campus career advising opportunities from your college.
The Employer Engagement and Career Design Office website is another great place to go for resources related to resumes and cover letters—it includes some useful samples.
At the heart of the Northeastern experience is an education that is grounded in experiential learning. Please use the links/contacts below to understand the opportunities in your program and/or college:
Global Learner Support
Global Learner Support (GLS) serves all learners, educators, and community members across Northeastern University’s global campus network. The GLS mission is to provide learners with high-quality language, cultural, and academic support while promoting the development of intercultural competence and global understanding. Join GLS to get acquainted with Seattle, meet new friends, develop your communication skills, and learn about other cultures!
Global Campus Student Services
Student Financial Services
Northeastern’s Student Financial Services is committed to helping you understand and manage your finances throughout your time with Northeastern.
For a current tuition charges and fee, see here. Please note that international students will be charged a one-time per program OGS fee of $350. Seattle students in programs eligible for NUSHP will be charged at the start of their program, and again each September (see more information below). Otherwise, students in Seattle are charged tuition each term, and are not subject to any other NU student fees.
For assistance with applying for federal financial aid and alternative loans, see here.
International Student Services
The Office of Global Services is committed to being an active resource to the university’s community of international students, scholars, and their families. We provide professional expertise and support from the time of admission to beyond graduation. We advise students about F-1 student status, I-20 requests, and other related questions or concerns.
In addition to the resources provided on their webpage, you can email Seattle’s OGS team at [email protected].
Disability Resource Center
Students needing accommodations or services due to a disability are able to get support from Northeastern’s Disability Resource Center. There you will find information on the staff, services available, how to contact the office for more information and assistance, and forms you will need to access these services.
Your Student Hub is an electronic gateway for the Northeastern community and offers a one-stop shop for virtual student services, including course registration and easy access to your student email account.
The Graduate Catalog contains Northeastern’s primary statements about student academic life, conduct, and the responsibilities of students and the university to one another, as authorized by the president or the Board of Trustees.
Trying to plan your year? The university academic calendar provides information you need to stay on track with your degree.
Each academic program has a specialized advisor to help keep you on target to achieve your goals while also maintaining balance in your personal and professional life. If you need assistance identifying your academic advisor, you can email Seattle Student Affairs for help.
Writing Center – Mobile Consulting
The Writing Center offers online consulting for any level writer and works with graduate students from all academic disciplines, speakers of other languages, as well as native speakers of English, and weak, average, and strong writers.
The Northeastern University Library offers an online hub of resources, as well as library staff who are available via phone 24 hours a day to assist students with access to the more than 206,500 e-books and 70,225 electronic journals available. Seattle students have their own library home page with contacts and resources available here.
Northeastern has processes and resources to ensure that students’ grievances are treated with respect and addressed in a fair and professional manner. Both formal and informal means to resolve issues are available. Students may contact NU-Seattle’s Associate Dean, Paula Boyum, or reach out to Northeastern’s Graduate Ombudsperson, Kimberly Wong, for confidential support. as well as consult the university website for information on academic policies and procedures: University Registrar, Graduate Catalog/Handbook – Academic Policies & Procedures.