Boston Summer Residency
“It was exhausting, incredibly intense, and incredibly wonderful at the same time.
The best piece was meeting my professors and other students. It is a diﬀerent kind
of learning. Four hours in the classroom felt relaxed compared to learning online.”
Summer residency courses are 3.0-quarter-hour courses in an on-site/online hybrid format. They begin online at the start of the summer term, meet for one week of face-to-face instruction in Boston, and finish online. Our EdD program requires two summer residency courses to complete a degree.
On-campus housing is available in one of Northeastern's state-of-the-art complexes. We offer private, single bedrooms with semi-private baths. Features include:
- Central air
- Laundry facilities
- Vending areas
- TV/Study lounges
- 24/7 staffed proctor stations
Summer Residency Questions
Who should attend the summer residency courses? All students are encouraged to use the summer residency courses to satisfy their residency requirement. If you are unable to take hybrid courses during the summer, please contact your adviser upon being accepted into the program.
Are accommodations provided? Yes, campus-based housing is available at reduced rates for students registered in summer residency courses. Reservation information is available to current students through the Student Resource Center on Blackboard.
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