All students must successfully complete their current academic program and submit all final transcripts in order to enroll in The N.U.in Program. Failure to submit proof of graduation information may impact financial aid awards and enrollment. Failure to successfully complete your current academic program in good standing could result in a decision to rescind the offer of admission to The N.U.in Program and the university. 

Two deposits are required to enroll in The N.U.in Program, and both can be made via your Application Status Check. You will be able to find the deadline for your first deposit there as well. All N.U.in enrolling students must make their second enrollment deposit by June 1, 2024. 

When program locations are announced in early 2024, your first deposit will be required in order to make your location selection. 

Please note that enrollment deposits are non-refundable. 

Additional Documents for Northeastern

After you submit your deposit and before departing for your fall semester, please request that the following information (if applicable) is sent to the address below: 

  • Final high school transcript (required) 
  • Advanced Placement test results 
  • International Baccalaureate exam results 
  • New or updated SAT/ACT scores (optional) 
  • Official secondary-school national exam results 
  • Updated TOEFL/IELTS results 
  • College transcripts from any previous work 

Mail this information to: 

Office of Undergraduate Admissions Application Processing Center 

Northeastern University
P.O. Box 8210
Portsmouth, NH 03802
USA 

International students, please complete the I-20 Request Form here. 

Additional Documents for N.U.in

N.U.in participants will be required to complete additional paperwork for The N.U.in Program. In order to complete this paperwork, you will need to access your Application Status Check. 

Enrollment documents for the Fall 2024 semester will be available throughout the spring.

Withdrawing from the Program

The program is required to make advance financial commitments to travel agents, vendors, and the partner institution to secure items such as housing, classroom space, and co-curricular activities. Therefore, should you withdraw from the program at any time after May 1, you will be responsible for the terms provided within the Withdrawal and Payment Policy (the withdrawal and payment policy will also become available in late Spring in your application status check).

You are encouraged to plan carefully and are required to review this policy as soon as possible. In this policy, you will see information on payment terms, schedule of charges, and withdrawal conditions and processes.