Northeastern supports 16 Division 1 athletic teams in the Colonial Athletic and Hockey East Conferences. Full-time graduate students have a Sports and Recreation Pass which entitles them to tickets to men’s and women’s basketball and ice hockey home games. For more information please click here.
Center for Spirituality, Dialogue and Service
The Center for Spirituality, Dialogue, and Service (203 Ell Hall) serves, and supports, the spiritual and religious lives of all Northeastern community members. The Center is home to the Sacred Space (200 Ell Hall), a beautiful award-winning multi-faith area for worship, private contemplation, group meetings, and special events. The Center offers dynamic programs of spirituality, interfaith/intercultural dialogue, service learning and civic engagement. Spiritual Advisors from diverse faith traditions are available for spiritual guidance, mentoring, worship facilitation, program planning and support. For more information please click here.
Dining Service provides a variety of dining options across campus. These include the Food Court in the Curry Student Center, Rebecca’s Café in Churchill Hall, the H3 Food Truck and cafes and restaurants around campus. For more information please click here.
Graduate Student Catalog and Handbook
The Graduate Student Handbook is incorporated into the Graduate Catalog. Included in the catalog are Academic Policies and Procedures, and the Code of Student Conduct. For more information please click here.
LGBTQA Resource Center
The LGBTQA Resource Center provides an inclusive community through a culture of respect, advocacy and empowerment throughout Northeastern. They initiate and sustain co-curricular programs and services that enrich the holistic development of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning and ally students. For more information please click here.
Graduate students can purchase a semester or annual parking permit via myNEU under the self-service tab. Paper discount coupons for Gainsborough and Renaissance garages are available for purchase in the Student Financial Services Office. For more information please click here.
The Campus Recreation Program provides many outlets to help clear your mind and recharge your spirit. Our fitness facilities (Marino Center, Cabot Center and Badger & Rosen Center), are open year round. Programs include group fitness classes, rock climbing simulation, ice or street hockey, basketball, free weights and swimming. The Recreation Program also runs a comprehensive Intramural Sports program. For more information please click here.
- Asian American Center
The Asian American Center is a resource for the Northeastern community to provide space and to support the experiences of our Asian American students. Located in a three-story brownstone building on Hemenway Street, the center is a gathering place for many students and hosts groups such as the AASIA Peer Mentoring Program and the Pan Asian American Council. For more information please click here.
- John D. O'Bryant African-American Institute
The John D. O'Bryant African-American Institute is committed to intellectually, culturally and socially inspiring students toward excellence, success and service. Through programs, resources, services and activities, the Institute fosters a nurturing, supportive and welcoming environment focused on students of African origin. Moreover, the Institute is dedicated to engaging the broader university community, the surrounding urban community and the world for balanced student and leadership development enjoined with the promotion and distinction of their career goals. For more information please click here.
- Latino/a Student Cultural Center
The Latino/a Student Cultural Center empowers Latino/a leaders of tomorrow in an increasingly global environment through their academic, personal and professional development. The Center promotes interactions between NU students from diverse backgrounds to enhance their academic, cultural, and social experience. The Center offers programming that focuses on leadership development, socio-cultural experience, alumni involvement, relationship building with our urban neighbors and academic support. For more information please click here.