College Sophomore 2012-04-27T03:30:41Z
Changes According to Season – This year 2012, we lucked out because it was neither too cold nor too hot. During the winter season, we didnt even get massive amounts of snow like usual
College Sophomore 2012-04-27T03:26:36Z
The Gym! The Marino center is amazing. There are 3 floors and numerous machines and a great amount of equipment. It's a great atmosphere to work out in. Also it has 3 other gyms, the Barletta Natatorium, Cabot, and Sqaushbusters.
College Sophomore 2012-04-27T03:22:59Z
Nothing Much for Transfers – I am a transfer student and i received little to no financial aid or scholarships but it's okay because i love this school and i'm going regardless... forever a loan
College Sophomore 2012-04-27T03:21:05Z
Greek life is not big here but if you really are interested you can probably find a frat or sorority that fits your interests
College Junior 2012-04-25T16:38:46Z
There is always stuff on campus going on you just have to seek it out and for the most part people on campus are friendly.
College Junior 2012-04-25T16:38:02Z
It's Okay – It's not overwhelming but if you are interested it is there and there is always a new frat/sorority every year.
College Junior 2012-04-25T16:36:48Z
Health & Safety:
The NUPD (Northeastern University Police department) is 3x that of BPD (Boston Police Department) and you always see NUPD on campus during the day on their bikes or just around campus driving at night. I've never had a bad encounter on campus the two years I have been here.
College Junior 2012-04-23T20:26:53Z
Social Life – I find that there are a very specific type of person that attends this university, that I do not fit in with at all. A lot of the students come from wealthy backgrounds and the school is extremely international. I have had a extremely difficult time meeting people that I get along with. The social aspect of this school is horrific.
College Senior 2012-04-22T12:53:22Z
The program in Religion offers the opportunity to acquire an understanding of religious experience within its social, historical, literary, and political context. We study specific religious traditions such as Judaism, Islam, and Hinduism and using a comparative approach they explore themes across faith traditions. Through the major, you have the opportunity to study a range of religions and a variety of methods of understanding the key dimensions of religious life. It's extremely interesting and all the teachers are great at what they do! Despite the notable strengths in the scientific department at NEU, us religious students feel like we're able to approach our class without prejudice towards our beliefs and are able to concentrate in a calm and inspiring environment.
College Freshman 2012-04-22T12:40:20Z
The school as a whole offers a great experience to all students. There are endless choices for majors and I think the way the co-ops are structured also help make a definite decision in regards to what one wants to study. The teachers are great, there are opportunities for students to be able to talk to them one on one, and to meet them after hours and ask them about anything discussed in class. I think that the relationship between students and teachers, despite the size of the university, is pretty good and it's something that really makes the difference in a school.
College Junior 2012-04-17T20:23:22Z
Great options for everyone on and off campus. Panera is right down the street, across from Uno's and Boston's famous original Regina's Pizzeria is only a 15 minute T ride away. There is something for everyone, prices being average for a city
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-17T04:32:10Z
New Ones Are Awesome, Old Ones Unfortunate – the new dorms are all apartment style housing with several rooms, bathrooms, a living room and kitchen. they are pretty incredible as far as college living goes. the older dorms are teeny and old... so try to get a new one!
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-17T04:31:08Z
As Would Be Expected in 2012 – good computers and printing, just crowded so can be a hassle.
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-17T04:27:57Z
Right on the T! Super easy to get around. Can walk or take the T anywhere.
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-17T04:27:20Z
City Campus = Lots of Drinking – Always visible, there are a lot of bars on campus. Just very prevalent.
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-17T04:26:35Z
Not Really Visible – I know there are a few frats and sororities but they're not really located on campus and don't have much of a presence. They mostly seem to be special interest organizations.
College Junior 2012-04-16T21:39:24Z
I have visited many others schools and none compare to northeastern. There are several dinning halls, exchange plan with rebeccas, dinning dollars etc. Its overall, excellent.
College Junior 2012-04-16T21:37:05Z
Ok Professors – Northeastern is a big school there are good and bad professors it's all about choosing the appropiate courses and get references on the professors.
College Freshman 2012-04-13T14:45:54Z
Husky Pride – The athletics at Northeastern are pretty amazing. Our varsity Huskies are professional and very strong teams. Our women's Hockey this year won first place.
College Freshman 2012-04-13T14:41:09Z
Biology Major – The undergraduate biology major prepares NEU students for careers in the life sciences, including medical, dental, and other health-related fields. For Northeastern students, it's possible to find employment in federal, state, industrial, hospital, or university laboratories or in industries involved in the manufacture and distribution of pharmaceuticals, biological products, food, or scientific equipment.
College Sophomore 2012-04-02T17:33:34Z
A Lot of Event – Sports are not a big part of the college life as I initially anticipated. However there are so many clubs and activities you are bound to stay busy.
College Sophomore 2012-04-02T16:32:25Z
On campus parties are few and reserved for the freshman/sophomore crowd. Getting away with things on campus isn't hard just don't be loud. If your not loud RA's don't care, and wont bother you.
College Sophomore 2012-04-02T16:29:43Z
Depends How Lucky You Get – Any of the new dorms are amazing, and any of the old ones are also good, but in need of repair. New dorms often feature great views of the city and include private bathrooms. Suites come with a great sized kitchen and common room. Anywhere you end up, you'll be in good company.
College Sophomore 2012-04-02T16:26:24Z
Always something good to eat, always something new. It does get old sometimes but then you can just go to another dining hall and eat something different. There are also about 30 establishments that take the dining dollars so your in good company in terms of off campus eatery's.
College Sophomore 2012-04-02T04:44:39Z
Five Years Equals a Job After Graduation – The best thing about Northeastern BY FAR is the co-op program. Most students attend Northeastern for five years, and go on 2-3 (usually PAID) six month co-ops. Co-op offers students a break from the traditional classroom experience, not to mention a real, 9-5 job to put on their resume. Additionally, many students receive job offers for after graduation from their co-ops. Ultimately, experience with co-op makes Northeastern students infinitely more desirable than other students and significantly increases the likelihood that they will have a job post-graduation.
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