The Northeastern University is a network spread across the country and around the world. From special interest groups to local geographic communities, and everything in between, there is a part of the network for everyone.
Northeastern University’s global Black alumni community is vast and diverse. Each year in August black alumni from all class years gather in Oaks Bluff, Mass for the Black Alumni Weekend on the Vineyard.
The Center for Entrepreneurship Education empowers students, faculty, and alumni from across the university to innovate, start new companies, and become leaders in the innovation economy. With a focus on building community, the Center fosters innovative, entrepreneurial thinking within the broad Northeastern network.More Details
Reconnect with members of your Northeastern club team and meet the current club student athletes. From the Maddog Rugby Club to the Lacrosse Club, there are several group gatherings throughout the year.
The Northeastern Co-op Mentor program makes it easy for you to build strong connections with students in your city. Alumni mentors help co-op students navigate their careers, while co-op students gain valuable guidance from alumni who are leaders in their fields. Currently located in London, New York City, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, and Washington DC.More Details
Regardless of where you are, what you studied, or which path you took on your journey after Northeastern – once a Husky, always a Husky! Northeastern University continues its tradition of celebrating our most experienced alumni – our Golden Graduates. All Golden Graduates are invited to participate in our tradition of joining new graduates at the Northeastern University Commencement Ceremony. Enjoy other opportunities to reconnect throughout the weekend before the 50th reunion class caps festivities with its Golden Reunion Celebration.More Details
Health Sciences Entrepreneurs (HSE) promotes health sciences innovation within the Northeastern community by educating and equipping health startups with resources for success. HSE hosts annual events in entrepreneurship and in 2010 launched a mentoring program for alumni, students and faculty from Northeastern who are starting businesses in healthcare, health sciences, and life sciences.More Details
Sponsored by the Office of Student Life, the Huntington 100 honors outstanding students for achievements which are commensurate with the university’s mission, ideals, values, and Academic Plan. These students represent what Northeastern is today – a selective institution with rigorous academic programs and a sharp focus on the global experience.More Details
In 1941, Gordon Brown, DMSB’42, and William Robinson, DMSB’42, and others established the Hus-skiers. Since then, thousands of Northeastern students and alumni have followed their path north to the great outdoors and all its rewards.
The Latinx Alumni Network is a diverse network that ensures the continued progress and excellence of the Northeastern Latinx community. Even more than that, it is our “familia” of Northeastern alumni beyond Boston.
The Northeastern LGBTQA+ Alumni Network is open to all members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Asexual Northeastern community and their allies. Alumni Relations is happy to be collaborating with the LGBTQA Resource Center to create the Northeastern LGBTQA+ Alumni Network.More Details
欢迎! Welcome to the Northeastern Chinese Community in the United States. The Community offers a variety of opportunities to Chinese alumni who are staying in the country after graduation. Expand your social and professional networks in Boston, New York, San Francisco and beyond, meet fellow Huskies, and stay connected to Northeastern.
Northeastern entrepreneurs are critical thinkers, daring learners, and strategic problem-solvers who live and breathe their ventures. Whether you are planning a new idea, boosting your existing company, or seeking expertise from thought leaders and idea generators, you can rely on your Northeastern’s robust innovation ecosystem to help you achieve whats next.More Details
Being an active participant in the Northeastern University ROTC Alumni Society (NUROTCAS) at is vital to the success and sustainability of our organization. We are a small but active group whose main purpose is to support the PMS in the furtherance of the ROTC Program at Northeastern.
NU@Noon offers a broad range of educational, intellectually-stimulating, and fun activities designed especially for alumni, friends, and other Northeastern community members. Get updates on the latest trends, research, and achievements by hearing from our faculty, community leaders, and industry experts. Gain new knowledge and explore the places you know, from a whole new perspective.More Details
The Northeastern University Civil Engineering Alumni Organization (NUCEAO) was formed in 1978 to assist engineering students and to expand the capabilities and resources of the Northeastern University student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. It forms the core of the civil and environmental engineering alumni base and provides a range of support for the department, including providing speakers for the departmental and student organization seminars, mentors for current student activities, and generous donations.More Details
The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice (SCCJ) develops learners intellectually and ethically, while providing them with a keen appreciation for the complexities of crime, and public and private efforts to make communities safer and ensure justice. The 50th anniversary of SCCJ was celebrated in 2017 through a series of events. There are more than 9,500 SCCJ alumni today.More Details
As ambassadors of the Office of Alumni Relations, Student Alumni Ambassadors members are the conduit to connect students with alumni, bring awareness about opportunities students can access now and after graduation, and more importantly, make sure the Northeastern spirit lives on.More Details
The mission of the Student Nurse Anesthetist Association (SNAA) is to promote wellness and provide support, networking opportunities, and resources to all cohorts of the Student Registered Nurse Anesthetists (SRNAs) at Northeastern. This organization aims to utilize student activities to promote communication through the various cohorts, and create a community of SNRAs and CRNA alumni.More Details
The McCarthy(s) Venture Mentoring Network (VMN) connects Northeastern entrepreneurs with high-quality, experienced, mentors that can help address a variety of business challenges and make ventures more successful. VMN opportunities are available for alumni looking to receive or offer mentorship. We have worked with over 75 ventures and are always looking to grow our strong community of entrepreneurs. Get involved today!More Details
The Women Who Empower initiative is grounded in the belief that diverse and inclusive communities empower a better world. The network is comprised of strong, aspiring, and distinguished individuals who participate in special events, entrepreneurship, mentoring, and ambassador opportunities.More Details
Northeastern female entrepreneurs forge their own paths, launch their own firms, and strive to be the best, and most successful, versions of themselves. Regardless of where our alumni are in their career trajectory, they will always have access to Northeastern’s robust innovation ecosystem and countless resources to help our accomplished, ambitious, and change-making female leaders take on their next endeavor.More Details
The Northeastern University Young Alumni Advisory Board (YAAB) works to empower graduates of the past 10 years and encourage their continued involvement and support of the university through programs, events, and communications. YAAB members are ambassadors for the university and provide advice to Alumni Relations.More Details
The Young Global Leaders (YGL) is a group of globally-minded young alumni from around the world. Members implement and host unique content-based programs for alumni and their families, and advance Northeastern, by making consistent investments in the university. YGL members serve as ambassadors by cultivating the university’s presence abroad, expanding our rich culture, and strengthening our impact in all corners of the world.More Details
We’ll do our best to connect you with the most suitable people and communities to help you connect to our network. Regardless of where you are, your Northeastern network is there for you. Bond, socialize, learn, or build personal connections with your community.
What does Henry David Thoreau’s retreat into the natural world at Walden Pond have to do with our modern culture of distraction and technological immersion? Come learn how Thoreau’s interest in the peace of nature was fueled by his distress at the information culture of the 19th century when the telegraph brought news to Americans […]