1. I have been appointed as an SGA. How do I get paid?
    Step 1: If you are an international student and you do not have a Social Security Number, please complete the “SGA Social Security Number Letter Request” form found on the Office of Global Services (OGS) website under the “On-Campus Employment” section of “Forms and Guides”. Step 2: All students: Set up Direct Deposit to receive your stipend payments. To enroll in this service, you must login in to your myNortheastern portal and complete the Direct Deposit form, located under “Services & Links”. To be eligible to enroll, you must have a U.S. checking or savings account.   For more information on Direct Deposits, please visit the Student Financial Services website FAQs page. Visit the Student Employment, Graduate Assistantships, and Fellowships (SEGAF) Office at 271 Huntington Avenue, Suite 276 to submit your Form W-4 for tax purposes.Step 3: All students: Once you are enrolled in Direct Deposit, your stipend will be paid directly into your bank account on or about the 15th and the 30th of each month during which you hold your assistantship. If your Direct Deposit has not yet been set up, you will collect your paper paycheck at the Human Resources office at 716 Columbus Avenue.
  2. I have been appointed an SGA. When can I expect to see my tuition credited to my student account? 
    While your tuition waiver will usually be credited to your student account within the first 5 weeks of the semester, it can sometimes take up to 8 weeks. If you are concerned about your tuition waiver, please contact the Student Financial Services office in 354 Richards Hall, 617-373-2270, studentaccounts@neu.edu . If you register for a course late (after the course add deadline), you will need to notify Student Financial Services of the late registration so that your account can be reviewed for a tuition waiver.