A college education is the single most important tool you will need to compete in today's global job market. A private college education, like the education offered at Northeastern, provides the most opportunity and strongest preparation for that future.
The value of any education is in its quality and expected outcomes. Northeastern graduates leave here with clarity about their goals and the confidence needed to achieve them. Our students are taught by award winning faculty members who are as entrenched in industry as much as they are in the classroom. Research is happening right here on campus that is making a difference in the lives of many. And, many of our academic programs are consistently well-ranked and recognized by organizations such as US News and World Report, Forbes Magazine, BusinessWeek and Princeton Review. These connections give our students the edge in networking and making connections.
Northeastern offers more than $187 million in grant and scholarship assistance, participates in all federal aid programs, and offers information on private educational loans and the Northeastern payment plan. Regardless of your family income, consider applying for financial aid.
We are committed to making a Northeastern educations affordable to every student. Part of this commitment is in the Northeastern Promise, which guarantees that University funds you have been awarded as part of your financial aid package will not be reduced for up to 8 in-class semesters, regardless of changes in your financial circumstances; need-based University funds will be increased annually at the same rate as the tuition increase; and that funding will be reconsidered in the event of significant negative change in financial circumstances
Whether you choose four or five years for your undergraduate degree, you will only pay tuition for the academic experience (tuition is not charged for the experiential educational periods). If you choose to live on campus during co-op, you will be responsible for room and board charges.
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