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Academic resources

Our Oakland campus offers a range of resources to help you excel in your academic journey.

Academic advising

One-on-one advising is available to all undergraduate students to ensure you meet your academic goals. Our advisors will answer questions about your coursework, assist you in planning for future semesters, and host workshops that enhance your skills.

Appointments are available Monday through Friday on a drop-in basis. Or you can book a time through Northeastern’s student hub or via email at

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Writing and Tutoring Center

Our Writing and Tutoring Center offers undergraduate and graduate students on-campus writing support for class assignments to help you develop ideas, build a strong thesis, and cite evidence and sources appropriately.

Undergraduate students who would like subject- or class-specific support can work with a peer tutor at the center or find one through Knack, an online platform that connects students with peer tutors on their campus.


One of the most popular and beautiful study spots on campus, the F. W. Olin Library provides students with access to electronic databases, a catalog of over 240,000 volumes, and an impressive collection of rare books and manuscripts available for scholarly use. You’ll also have access to our knowledgeable library staff who can provide in-person and online research support.

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