What is allowed in Northeastern dorms?

What is allowed in Northeastern dorms?

Room Policies Traditional and suite style accommodations: TVs, computers, radios, clocks, stereos, fans, electric razors, hair dryers and heating pads are permitted in student rooms.

Are Northeastern students required to live on campus?

Residential Life is dedicated to working with Northeastern students to help them build strong community living environments that support personal development and academic success. All traditional undergraduate first year students are required to live in university housing for their first two years.

What can I bring to Northeastern housing?


  • Computer and cables.
  • Power Outlet Strip w/ Surge Protector.
  • Phone and charger.
  • Headphones.
  • Backpack and Laundry bag (Pack them for Move-in!)
  • 2-3 Towels & Washcloths.
  • Umbrella and/or Raincoat.
  • 1-2 Sets of Twin XL Sheets and 1-2 Pillows.

Does Northeastern allow alcohol?

ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG PHILOSOPHY Northeastern strives to maintain a working, living and learning environment that is free from the negative effects that alcohol and other drug use can create. Additionally, the University is committed to enforcing policies and laws surrounding alcohol and other illegal drug use.

Are Northeastern dorms air conditioned?

Northeastern University offers enhanced semi-private single accommodations in fully air-conditioned state-of-the-art residence halls. Rooms are equipped with twin-sized bed, desk, chair, dresser and closet.

How many Northeastern students live on campus?

Northeastern University has a total undergraduate enrollment of 15,156 (fall 2020), with a gender distribution of 49% male students and 51% female students. At this school, 33% of the students live in college-owned, -operated or -affiliated housing and 67% of students live off campus.

Does Northeastern allow pets?

APPROVED ANIMALS & PETS Pets- For health and humanitarian reasons, no animals (other than fish) are allowed in residence facilities. Fish may be kept in student rooms in containers with a maximum capacity equal to or less than 25 gallons.

Does northeastern allow pets?

Does northeastern allow dogs?

The university prohibits pets in university-owned or leased buildings, except as required by law or as provided below. In addition, while outdoors on university property, visiting pets must be supervised, under the control of the owner and appropriately restrained at all times.

What kind of housing does Northeastern University offer?

The University provides an array of housing options for First Year, Second Year, and Upperclassmen students looking to experience living within Northeastern’s walls. Northeastern University’s Housing & Residential Life system includes student housing that is either owned or leased by the University.

What is Housing&Residential Life at nesu?

Northeastern University’s Housing & Residential Life system includes student housing that is either owned or leased by the University.

Are non-Northeastern students allowed in the residence halls?

Only active Northeastern student guests are allowed in the residence halls, and only three students at a time per student. No non-Northeastern student guests are allowed. Questions?

Can transfer students and international students live anywhere at Northeastern?

Please note: Transfer students and Northeastern International students may be placed in any residence. Northeastern’s campus goes beyond the city of Boston with diverse campuses worldwide, bringing high quality education to students around the globe. Learn More Let’s alleviate some of that moving stress.