Without exception, all students must successfully complete their current academic program and submit all final transcripts. Students must also submit proof of graduation, which is typically found on their final high school transcripts. Failure to submit final high school transcripts may impact financial aid awards, and failure to complete one's current academic program in good standing could result in a decision to rescind the offer of admission to The N.U.in Program and the University.Matriculation to Northeastern
Participants must successfully complete their N.U.in Program courses during the fall semester. Failure to complete coursework and earn a grade of C or better could result in the need to take extra courses during the summer or subsequent semesters, or a decision to postpone the student's matriculation to Northeastern University.
Course Change Policy
After May 16, our partners begin to prepare their resources and have a number of elements to consider, including classroom space, number of sections for each course, scheduling, availability of faculty, etc. Participants wishing to change a course after May 16 may do so only if it is deemed “academically necessary” by their Northeastern academic advisor; any other reason for a course change will not qualify. To request a course change that is academically necessary, please email email@example.com with “COURSE CHANGE REQUEST” in the subject line of the email. Do not email for a course change if you are requesting it because of AP/IB/other college credit.
Please Note: Participants who receive AP/IB/other college credit will have their schedules adjusted by their academic advisors in mid-July during Pre-departure Orientation (PDO), and then confirmed before departure. If students have a choice among a number of courses, N.U.in will contact them regarding their preference after PDO.