Preparing to start school can be a busy time. That’s why, to help you stay organized and on track, we’ve put together a couple quick checklists and resource guides for new students. Think of them as your basic “to-do” lists with all the important steps you need to take to get you set up and registered for classes.
Take a look at the checklist that’s appropriate for you. If you are an international student, either preparing to come to the U.S. to study or already living here, review the International Checklist. If you are U.S. student, review the Domestic Checklist.
Financing Your Education
Full- and part-time domestic students can apply for financial aid. Even if you don’t think you’d qualify, we suggest that you explore the possibility first. We also support military service members and veterans with a variety of scholarship opportunities, including the Yellow Ribbon program.
Professional Advancement Network
Want to accelerate your career? Take advantage of the Northeastern University’s Professional Advancement Network—an innovative new approach to education designed to help working professionals develop in-demand skills and stay relevant in a world rapid change in business, industry, and technology.