Northeastern University '15
Majoring in Journalism
Member since 12/13/2011
I did get a decent size scholarship and loans, but even with those it's not the cheapest school. Still, they are pretty good about helping the students if they can. Some of my friends are doing really well because of the financial aid and scholarships, and others don't care as much.
Personally, I just wish I could get more somehow.
Great Food, Great Variety. As a vegetarian, going to school here has been a breeze. There are so many options, with places to use meal swipes (International Village, Stetson East, & Rebecca's Cafe being my favorites) and other good on campus choices like Argo Tea, Starbucks and Boloco. The dining halls have pretty much anything you could ever want, and Rebecca's makes these phenomenal paninis with whatever you want. And Wollastons always has good snackage. For all the extra meal swipes, Outtakes isn't all that horrible either--I stock up on waters and honest teas constantly. It's been way easier to eat healthy here than it was back home.
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A view from the Top of the Hub...
A view from the Top of the Hub (Prudential Tower)
The city of Boston itself is amazing, and the location of the school couldn't be more perfect. Come here and get crème brûlée and cookies for dessert if you want to see incredible views and have a delicious snack!