Student Financial Services has made some important changes to our e-mail communication practices. Our office has implemented the new, user-friendly Student Financial Services Inquiry Form, and is now available in the self-service portal. Read more about this transition and what it means for you.

Effective Fall 2023, Northeastern University has implemented a new policy regarding late fees. Learn more about this policy.

As of February 28, 2024, 1098-T statements for the 2023 tax year are available to current eligible students in the student hub. Learn more about how to access your 1098-T.

Expert Advice. Personalized Support.

Financing your education shouldn’t be complicated. Our expert team will help you navigate the forms, terminology, numbers, and deadlines associated with applying for and receiving financial aid. Together, we’ll create a financial plan that makes sense for you and your family’s unique financial circumstances.

By The Numbers

$305M

institutional financial aid will be awarded in the 2020-2021 academic year

~$1M

amount college graduates make in their lifetime beyond those with only a high school diploma

93%

of graduates obtained full-time employment or enrolled in graduate school within nine months of graduation

+75%

new Northeastern students receive some form of financial aid

Scholarship Opportunities

Hard work does pay off. At Northeastern, we recognize the achievements of our most qualified undergraduate students with a variety of grants and scholarships. These students distinguish themselves as some of the nation’s top creative thinkers, intrepid entrepreneurs, and motivated researchers.

The Northeastern Promise

We are dedicated to meeting the full demonstrated need for each admitted student eligible for federal financial aid.*

Northeastern University Scholarship and grant funds will not be reduced during your undergraduate program (for up to eight in-class semesters).**

Northeastern University need-based grant funds will be increased annually at the same percentage rate as the increase in tuition.

If your family experiences a substantial negative change in financial circumstances, we will reevaluate your aid package and make available all financial resources for which you qualify.

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