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If you are in high school, or have completed high school and have not enrolled in a degree-seeking college or university program, you will apply as a first-year freshmen student. Freshmen students may choose to apply to Northeastern during one of four decision programs: Early Decision I, Early Action, Early Decision II, and Regular Decision. Early Decision programs are binding, while Early Action and Regular Decision are non-binding. The Admissions review process is holistic, and will include consideration for merit awards, as well as admission to the Honors Program.
Joining Northeastern as a transfer student is a good fit for those students who will have completed at least 12 semester hours of college-level coursework (after secondary school) OR have attempted at least one semester of full-time coursework and maintained enrollment through the drop/add period. Northeastern considers transfer applications for entry in the fall and spring terms. The admissions review process is holistic, and will include consideration for merit awards.
There is no better way to experience a university than to visit it! Northeastern offers a range of campus visit options throughout the year, as well as a virtual tour that can be explored from anywhere around the world. Hear from an admissions staff member, engage with current students, and sign up to meet with your college of information to learn more.
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