Interested in learning more about Northeastern? Schedule an in-person tour of our Boston campus! Attending an upcoming tour? Please review this page carefully for information regarding arrival, parking, and other helpful tips to prepare for your visit.
Schedule a Visit
Register for an in-person information session and tour of our Boston campus. Led by admissions staff and a current student Husky Ambassador, your visit will provide you and your family with a firsthand look at life as a Northeastern student.
Registration for visits through June 30:
Registration for visits beginning July 1:
Guests visiting our campus are expected to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 but are not required to provide proof of vaccination or a negative test. For more information about our COVID-19 policies for events, click here.
Interested in learning more about our colleges and academic programs? We offer regularly scheduled virtual college-specific information sessions. Check out one of our upcoming virtual events.
Interested in requesting a group tour for your school or organization? Scroll down for additional details.
School, community-based organization, or other group visits
We welcome group tour requests for high schools, community-based organizations, or other groups of 10-50 visitors. The visit will consist of a tour of campus led by our Husky Ambassador tour guides. All groups are required to be accompanied by a chaperone. These visits must be approved by Admissions staff and further details regarding the visit will be provided upon tour request approval. If you are interested in booking a group tour, please contact us at email@example.com.
Arrival and Parking
Given our location in Boston, we encourage you to plan ahead for traffic and other slowdowns. We thank you in advance for doing your best to arrive on time for your scheduled tour time.
Tours will depart from our Visitor Center, located in West Village F at 40 Leon Street, Boston, MA. Validated Parking can be found In the West Village garage at 30 Leon Street. If the West Village garage reaches capacity, overflow parking can be found in the Columbus Garage at 795 Columbus Avenue. For parking validation, please bring your garage ticket to the Visitor Center when you check-in.
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If you choose to utilize public transit, Northeastern is easily accessible via Ruggles Station (Orange Line) and Northeastern University Station (Green Line E). More information about how to use the MBTA can be found below. If you are using a rideshare provider such as Uber or Lyft, we recommend entering 40 Leon Street as your destination.Learn more about the MBTA 40 Leon Street - Visitor Center
What to Expect
We are currently offering outdoor tours of our Boston campus, showcasing our state-of-the-art facilities and award-winning green space. We encourage guests to check the weather and dress accordingly, including rain apparel and umbrellas when necessary.
Tours last 45 minutes to one hour. Your Husky Ambassador tour guide will be available for Q+A during your tour. We also suggest participating in one of our virtual prospective student information sessions for a more in-depth look at academics, experiential learning, and financial aid. Please note a residence hall will not be part of the campus tour at this time due to university policy. The virtual tour is a great way to see the inside of a typical first year residence hall.
If you have questions about your upcoming tour, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that if you need to cancel or reschedule your tour, follow the “View Itinerary” link in your confirmation email to do so.
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