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Rocco & Jen: Adapting to life at northeastern university

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Jennifer Gamez

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Transcript of Rocco & Jen: Adapting to life at northeastern university

Northeastern University
Welcome to the Husky Nation

What is co-op?
Where can I go on co-op?
Domestic or International
Professional Development Co-op Course
Semester before first co-op, take a class taught by co-op advisor
Resume and cover letter writing, Interview skills
How to apply for jobs using myNEU Cool

Examples of co-op positions?

Living on Campus
What's it like?
Upcoming N.U.
England program-wide events:

Tuesday, Nov. 18th: Matilda
Friday, Nov. 21: 2nd Edinburgh Weekend Trip
Tuesday, Nov. 25th: Thanksgiving Dinner
Thursday, Dec. 4th: Final Banquet
Adapting to Life at Northeastern University!
Traditional Res Halls vs.
Dining Halls
Located in Stetson East, Stetson West, and International Village. Don't forget about Rebecca's Cafe in Churchill!
Varied stations include vegan, gluten free, and vegetarian!
Athletic Amenities
Gyms (Marino Center, Squashbusters, International Village
Athletics (Matthews Arena, Cabot Center, Parsons Field)
Student Services

Campus Facilities and Services
Athletics & Intramurals
Life in Boston: Getting Around
Staying Engaged
Academics: Advisors
Going Abroad
Sporting Events: Northeastern competes in a variety of Division I sports.
Tickets are free and can be reserved by clicking on the "myTickets" link on your Myneu page.
Visit campusrec.neu.edu for more information about getting involved in club sports and intramurals!
Student Organizations
Northeastern has more than 300 student organizations
Spring student activities fair to explore the various clubs and organizations
Be on the look out for awesome guest speakers and other fun events from organizations you might not be involved with.
Experiential Learning
The Center for Community Service

Life in Boston: Entertainment
Sports: Catch a Celtics, Bruins, or Red Sox game.
Movies: Regal Cinema near Fenway Park and AMC Loews at the Commons.
Museums: Museum of Fine Art, Institute of Contemporary Art, Museum of Science, Isabelle Gardner (make sure to use student id!)
Shopping: Newbury St, Prudential Center, Copley Place
Visit Harvard Square, Faneuil Hall, and The North End
Boston Commons, Esplanade, Fenway Park

MyNEU > Self-Service > Advising Resources
Use this to book an appointment with your academic advisor.
Communicate with your advisor often regarding any and all questions you might have.
They offer great advice and can help you hone in on what you want from Northeastern, whether it be your major, minor, or post-graduation goals.

Academics: Course Registration
Course Registration
All students will hear from the N.U. in Program, split by college, via email on November 3 with general information on how you will register for spring classes.
My Degree Audit
Allows you to see how classes fit into your 4 or 5 year plan
Extremely useful when deciding to change majors or pursue a minor
To stay updated on current events , follow Northeastern Twitter and Instagram accounts.
@President Aoun
Main mode of transportation = walking
The MBTA "T" : Norteastern stop on the Green (E) line, Orange line at Ruggles Station
Number of bus stops on and near campus
NUterm is the period of May-June (Summer 1) after a student’s freshman year. This term designed specifically for rising sophomores gives students the opportunity to earn 8 credits towards their degree.

NUterm offerings include many exciting cohort-based options for courses not available during the regular semester, including project-based classes on campus and Dialogue of Civilizations courses abroad. A robust program of student life activities is also offered during NUterm, creating a strong bond amongst the rising sophomore cohort and a special additional opportunity to build Northeastern spirit.
Northeastern State of Mind
What to Expect
Starting Northeastern-What to Expect
Living on Campus...What to Bring?
The Study Abroad Office will be in touch over Spring Orientation!
Start planning now about your future Study Abroad or Dialogue of Civilizations!
-Email October 28
Best Food Near NU (According to Jen & Rocco)
For living space:
Extra-long twin sheets
Clock Radio/alarm clock
Clothes hangers
Desk lamp
Flashlight & batteries
Laundry bag
Power outlet strip
For hygiene:
Shower Shoes
Shower caddy
Dental care

For health:
Oral thermometer
Pain relievers
Fever reducers
All current medicines

Max Brenner
745 Boylston St,
Boston, MA 02116

Symphony Sushi
45 Gainsborough St, Boston, MA 02115

Teriyaki House
1110 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02215

Chicken & Rice Guys Food Truck
Tuesdays & Thursday
Parks on Symphony Road

Wollaston's Sandwiches
-2 Locations:
Huntington Ave & West Village F


1. Check your husky email everyday
2. Don't panic, with hard work things will fall into place!
3. ENJOY your undergrad as much as you can. Before you know it, it is all over!
Accounts Payable Department
Arbour Hospital
Your ISAs as freshmen...
*Available: January 2015
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