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.

Applying For Aid

Graduate

How To Apply

There are a number of resources available to help you finance your Northeastern graduate education, and we are here to guide you through the process and make it as simple as possible.

 

Types of Aid

Northeastern offers a full compliment of financial assistance to eligible graduate students, such as assistantships, scholarships, loans, and work awards from both federal and institutional sources.

 

Your Award

If you have submitted your FAFSA and are eligible for graduate financial aid, you will receive your offer on an on-going basis (if you are a new student) or during the summer (if you are a returning graduate student).

 

Next Steps

After you have applied for financial aid, there may be additional steps to finalize your financial aid award. Carefully review all required steps and ensure that you understand the terms of your financial aid award.