Northeastern University '18
Majoring in Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Member since 3/18/2012
The Co-op program is definitely the nation's best, and it gives us professional experience that students from other universities don't get.
The facilities are mostly up to date, but as for campus life, you have to get yourself involved if you want to socialize with people.
There are many sports events, and the school provides rides.
There are plenty of computer labs, located in International Village, Library, and random places with computers inside buildings. However, for cold and rainy days, it is better to have your own computer so you do not have to go out. Printing on campus is very excellent(you get 1200 sheets per school year, and if you double side your papers, that's 2400 pages that you can print!).
Network reliability is good, but the speed will be faster if you have an ethernet cable. It would be handy if you have a personal printer but there is no need since we get a surplus of printing paper from the school(Printers are located in Curry Student Center, Snell Library, and International Village--residents only).
It's better to just walk, have a bicycle, or take the subway to get to places. Having a car to finding parking(which is almost impossible, and very expensive) is not worth it in Boston.
Lots of white people, but there are also many people of which would be the ethnic minority.
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