Office of the University Registrar
The Office of the University Registrar provides an important link between the university’s academic programs and policies and the student. It administers a number of specific services including class scheduling, registration, record functions, verification of enrollment, reporting, transcript services, and Commencement.
The registrar’s office utilizes the Student Hub and public campus computers to provide students convenient access to information and services, including class schedules and registration, most recent grades, and unofficial transcripts. Additional information is available on the registrar website.
Northeastern University Bookstore
The bookstore operates during the entire academic year, but days and hours may vary in accordance with the university’s calendar.
Purchases can be made by cash, check, American Express, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, or Husky Card.
Exercise your body, mind, and spirit. The campus recreation program provides many outlets to help clear your mind and recharge your spirit. Our fitness facilities, unique among Boston-area colleges and universities, are open year-round. All programs were designed with you in mind, so whether you enjoy group fitness classes, ice hockey or street hockey, basketball, weight training, or swimming, Campus Recreation has something for everyone.
Full-time Northeastern University students, in good standing, have access to the Marino Recreation Center, Cabot Center, and, the Badger and Rosen SquashBusters Center when they are enrolled in classes and co-op or scheduled for vacation and have paid the campus recreation fee. Part-time students, in good standing, will have access during any academic term in which they are enrolled and attending classes, as long as they have requested and paid the campus recreation fee. Help us maintain a safe and secure environment. Your Northeastern photo ID card must be a current, valid, and active card that needs to be swiped upon arrival in order to enter all facilities.
Russell J. Call Children’s Center
The Russell J. Call Children’s Center is available to faculty, staff, and students; children from two years and nine months to five years of age are eligible to attend.
The center is licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care and staffed by professional teachers and co-op and work-study students.
For more information, contact Regina Nazzaro, Director of the Children’s Center, at 617.373.3929 or via email.
Parking spaces in the university lots and garages are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. To park in a university lot or garage, students must have a valid parking permit displayed on their vehicles. A parking permit does not guarantee a parking space.
New students may purchase a day parking permit. Only eligible students will receive a permit. To be eligible, students must be registered for a class or on co-op. The cost of the permit will be charged to the student’s tuition account.
Overnight parking permits are limited, and preference is given to those students on co-op or clinical internships. Upperclass students in classes may be denied overnight parking due to limited availability.
Applications for term and overnight parking permits are available online.
To park in a handicap space, individuals must purchase a parking decal and display a state-issued handicap license plate, placard, or hangtag. Handicap parking spaces are located throughout campus.
Operators of vehicles driven or parked on university property are responsible for knowing and complying with university driving and parking regulations.
Refer to the parking website for more information, or contact University Police at 617.373.2121.
John A. and Marcia E. Curry Student Center
This campus “living room” serves as a hub of student activity. It is the crossroads of community life at Northeastern, offering cultural, social, and recreational programs and services.
The center offers ATM machines, an art gallery, the afterHOURS late-night club, food court and cafeteria, game room, lounge space, meeting rooms, student organization offices, TTY machines, and WRBB-FM.
Student center facilities may be reserved by recognized student organizations and university departments. The university reserves the right to limit the use of its facilities when the general public is involved.