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University Graduate Resources

  • PhD Network
  • Care.com
    Access family care benefits for graduate students. Gives Access to a searchable database of providers for your family care needs, including care for an elderly adult, child, home, pet, or tutoring, and backup for last-minute, in-home or in-center childcare, or in-home adult care.
  • Career Development
  • Center for Financial Independence
    Helps students learn about personal financial management and supports the pursuit and achievement of financial competency and, ultimately, financial independence.
  • Center for Spirituality, Dialogue, and Service
    Support for the spiritual needs of the Northeastern community.
  • Global Student Success
    Provides international and non-native English speaking students with high-quality language, academic, and cultural support and to support our faculty and staff with professional development in global understanding and intercultural skills.
  • Graduate Student Government
    The voice of the graduate student community. Works with administration, staff, and students to improve all aspects of student life.
  • Husky Card office
  • NU Police Department
    Provides emergency assistance and safety escorts on campuses and in the surrounding areas. 617-373-3333, Non-emergency 617-373-2121
  • Office for University Equity and Compliance
    Investigates and resolves complaints of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation at Northeastern. 617-373-4644
  • Office of Global Services (OGS)
    Support international students in pursuing their studies.
  • Ombuds for Graduate Students
    Offers confidential, impartial, and informal assistance to graduate students who have concerns related to their university experience.  Can explain policies and procedures and help solve problems. 617-373-6904
  • Registrar’s office
  • Sexual Violence Resource Center
    Support for assault, harassment, violence, exploitation or stalking.
  • Student Employment
  • University Health and Counseling Services (UHCS)
    Offers a new 24/7 mental health support service called Find@Northeastern that offers you access to a licensed mental health clinician at any time from any location in the world. Students can use five free counseling sessions each fall and spring term with local providers or video counseling.  These sessions are in addition to the services offered by NUHCS and NUSHP. Find@Northeastern also provides services such as ICare, a self-guided Cognitive Behavioral Training for depression and anxiety, as well as personal follow-ups from Find@Northeastern to assist you with needed resources. 877-233-9477 (in the U.S.), +1-781-457-7777 (outside the U.S.)
  • WeCare
    Support system for students during times of difficulty or challenge. We Care is a network of administrative offices, university faculty, and staff who are dedicated to helping our students address and solve problems so they can reach their full potential.