Admission Requirements and Application Procedures
An undergraduate or graduate student who does not enroll in at least one course over six consecutive semesters, including the summer semester, will have his/her student status changed from “Active” to “Inactive”. An undergraduate student must be re-admitted to the University or as a student-at-large to register for additional classes.
A graduate student must be re-admitted to the same program, admitted to a different program, or admitted as a student-at-large to register for additional classes. Re-admission to a student’s original program is not guaranteed.
All re-admitted students are subject to the catalog year requirements based on their semester of re-admission and enrollment.
Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies (BAIS) Inactivation/Re-admission Policy
An undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies student who does not enroll in at least one course over six semesters, including the summer semester, will have his/her student status changed from “Active” to “Inactive”. An inactive Interdisciplinary Studies student will need to be re-admitted to the University and the Interdisciplinary Studies program. Re-admitted students are subject to the catalog year requirements based on their semester of re-admission and enrollment.
Requirements For UNDERGRADUATE RE-Admission
Good standing at the time of last attendance at Northeastern. Students who have enrolled at other institutions since leaving Northeastern must have an overall “C” average and be in good standing at those institutions.
How to Apply for Admission
Submit an application for admission with a $30 application fee to the Admissions Office. We encourage students to apply online for faster processing.
Arrange to have official transcripts sent from any colleges or universities attended since leaving Northeastern.
If you are a Permanent Resident of the United States, attach a clear photocopy of the front of your Permanent Resident card. If you have been granted temporary residence, conditional entrance, are a parolee, refugee, asylee, or in the process of becoming a Permanent Resident, you must submit appropriate U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services documentation and/or copy of a valid visa.
International Students must submit a new/updated Northeastern Financial Statement and required supporting documents.