Interested in a Northeastern University Scholarship?

Upcoming BHA Information Session at Northeastern University’s Visitor Center for BHA residents

Northeastern University provides scholarships to eligible BHA residents for full-time undergraduate studies at Northeastern University’s Residential College for the duration of the program. Graduating high school seniors or transfer students living in BHA public housing (including HOPE VI sites) are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Each year, BHA checks eligibility for each student living in public housing. In November and December, BHA and Northeastern University host special Information Sessions for public housing residents that are interested in applying for the scholarships. Interested residents are strongly encouraged to attend one of these sessions. This scholarship is currently open to public housing residents only. 

For more info; attend the below Information Session.

Tuesday, DECEMBER 9, 2014 at 6:00 pm
WHERE:    Northeastern University Admissions Visitors Center
                   240 West Village F
                   617.373.2211 main number
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (617) 988-5183 and ask for Mary.

Via public transportation
Northeastern is accessible by subway via the Green Line (the Northeastern stop on the E line) or the Orange Line (Ruggles Station stop). Commuter rail lines connect with the Orange Line at Back Bay Station, Ruggles Station, and North Station.

From Ruggles Station stop (Orange Line): Exit the station onto campus, facing a flag pole in the middle of Centennial Common. Walk beyond the Behrakis Health Science Center, cross Leon Street and it will be on the right-hand side.  Enter the Visitor Center to check in.
From Northeastern stop (Green Line): Walk a short distance on Huntington Avenue to Forsyth Street. Take Forsyth Street away from the Marino Recreation Center to Centennial Common, then cross Leon Street and the Center will be on your right.
Complimentary parking is available during office hours on a first-come, first-served basis in the West Village Parking Garage, 20 Leon Street. Please inform the garage attendant that you are visiting the Admissions Visitor Center. Additional parking is available in the Renaissance Park Garage, 835 Columbus Avenue. There is a fee to park in this facility.




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