Campus Resources

As a Northeastern University student, you have access to a wide range of resources that can help you make the most of your graduate studies. Each heading below contains links and contact information that will connect you with the support you need. 

Current Students - student hub, campus communities, support for learners

Your one-stop for all student resources, hubs, campus communities, and support.

  • The Student Hub: a one-stop-shop to check class schedules, view financial information, pay bills, and access other Northeastern resources.
  • Graduate Programs: General information about all graduate level programs across Northeastern’s global network.
  • Canvas: The learning management system and home base for all of your Northeastern courses.
  • Viva Engage: Join the NU Toronto student social networking community, this is the place to learn about events, campus activities, and important announcements.
  • Global Learner Support (GLS): Provides language tutoring, cultural events, and academic support for all Northeastern students. Book an appointment or email: globallearnersupport@northeastern.edu.
  • Global Student Success (GSS): Tutoring, workshops and webinars to help international and non-native, English-speaking students. To book an appointment, email: GSS@northeastern.edu.
  • Husky Card Request Form: All students are required to fill out this form to get their Northeastern identification card.
  • New Student Handbook: Everything new students need to know, including directions, campus information, and university resources.
  • Toronto Policy Page: Key policies including the Student Complaint Procedure.

Co-op and Jobs - career advising, co-op and job searching

  • Employer Engagement & Career Design: Find jobs and co-op opportunities, network with employers, access career and coaching workshops.
  • NUworks: Use your Northeastern ID to log-in and find out about career and co-op opportunities.
  • Student Support ServicesConnect with advisors and book appointments to support your academic success.
  • Career Funnel: Check out the student journey to career readiness and look out for upcoming events and workshops.

Emergency - important contacts

  • Toronto Emergency: Call 911
  • Suicide Crisis Helpline: Call 988
  • NUPD Emergency: 1-617-373-3333 (emergency assistance from Boston-based campus police)
  • Non-emergency NUPD Dispatch: 1-617-373-2121
  • Consular Offices’ AddressesGlobal Affairs Canada database for international students to search for local diplomatic/consular offices by city.
  • NU Global Safety & Support OfficeAdvice, resources for students, staff and faculty travelling abroad.

Financial Services & Funding - manage your student finances

Housing - find a home

Information Technology Services - find help for network and computer issues

Mental Health & Wellness - support and resources

We offer many supports and services for our students throughout the year. If you are in crisis, please connect with our emergency services or Student Services.

Immigration and International Advising - information for international students

  • New Student Information: Learn about the process for International Students arriving in Canada to study.
  • For questions from admitted/incoming students about immigration or the International Student experience in Canada, contact the Office of Global Services (OGS) Canada via their Inquiry Form
  • For questions from current students about the International Student experience, contact ogscanadaadvising@northeastern.edu.
  • The Arrival Support Team provides help to students as they arrive in Canada, settle in, and visit campus for the first time; contact arrivecanada@northeastern.edu
  • International Student Connect Programincludes both online and in-person support for international students in Ontario
  • Students arriving with family members who intend on enrolling their child(ren) in public school in Ontario are strongly advised to check with the school board regarding admissions and registration requirements for minor children and any associated fees. This is a list of all public school boards in Ontario, including Catholic school boards, which are separate but publicly funded: https://www.ontario.ca/page/find-your-school