Application Information

Counselor Resources

As one of the world’s top universities, Northeastern offers a wealth of resources for school counselors. We are dedicated to supporting students throughout the college search process and helping them make informed decisions, no matter where their academic journey may take them. For additional information about our offerings for prospective students, check out the prospective student resources page.

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Fast Facts


of graduates are working full time or enrolled in graduate school within nine months (10-year average)


Best Career Services (Princeton Review, 2021)


of graduates have jobs in their field of study

Virtual and On-Campus Visits

Northeastern offers a robust menu of virtual options to engage with staff and current students, including information sessions, campus tours, college-specific sessions, and more. To learn more about what your students can experience at Northeastern, please visit our virtual experience page.

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Financial Aid

We believe that financing an education is a partnership that continues throughout a college career, not just in the first year. Since 2015, Northeastern has met the full demonstrated financial need of eligible students. Whether it's through a scholarship or need-based grant, we will provide your students with the means to take control of their future.

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Application Deadlines

We have four different deadlines, depending on students goals, interest, and timeline.

Early Decision I

Nov 1

Decisions released by December 15

Early Action

Nov 1

Decisions released by February 1

Early Decision II

Jan 1

Decisions released by February 15

Regular Decision

Jan 1

Decisions released by April 1

Contact Information

We're happy to connect and answer your questions. Email, call, or connect with your local admissions counselor.

Student Profile

Undergraduate Student Demographic

States Represented: 50

Countries Represented: 118

International Students: 15%

Asian American Students: 17%

Hispanic Students: 9%

Black or African American Students: 4%

Native American Students: 1%

First-Year Student Geographic Distribution

New England: 10%

Mid-Atlantic: 31%

International: 15%

West: 8%

South: 13%

Midwest: 3%