Boston, one of America’s oldest and most-beloved cities, is the economic and cultural hub of New England. More than 250,000 students pour into this vibrant city every year to study at one of its many colleges and universities. Follow the Freedom Trail or get swept up in a Red Sox game—our campus is in the middle of it all.
Located between Boston’s famed Museum of Fine Arts and Symphony Hall on the thriving Avenue of the Arts, our campus is mere steps away from everything cosmopolitan Boston has to offer: art and culture, sports and recreation, dining and shopping, the echoes of history and the visions of a high-tech future.
The region's businesses, financial institutions, government agencies, media outlets, and laboratories offer outstanding opportunities for professional and research co-ops. And Northeastern's partnerships with nonprofit institutions and neighborhood groups in Boston and surrounding communities give students service opportunities that help transform their understanding of problems and policies affecting the region, the nation, and the world.
Boston is one of the country’s greatest walking cities. It also has an easy-to-use public transportation system ( the “T”). Take a short walk or hop on the "T" at one of four stops on campus to explore popular nearby destinations including:
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