New Student Resources

Welcome to Northeastern University—Toronto!

We hope you find this initial information helpful as you prepare to embark on graduate studies at Northeastern. If you have any questions that are not addressed in what follows, please contact [email protected].

New Student Information

The following is important information for you to know before you begin your graduate program at Northeastern during the Fall 2021 graduate quarter, which begins on Monday, September 20. Please read this information carefully and follow any instructions that apply to you. We look forward to meeting you soon on the Toronto campus.

Activate Your myNortheastern Account

You will find most functions and services related to your academic experience at Northeastern (e.g. course registration, your course schedule, student accounts, etc.) in the myNortheastern portal under the Self-Service tab. You can also use your myNortheastern account to access your student email account, powered by Office 365. We encourage you to start checking your Northeastern email regularly.

Admitted students should receive information on activating their myNortheastern account by email. If you have not received this information, or if your activation token has expired, please contact our Office of Information Technology Services.

If you are a newly admitted student looking for information or support for your study permit application, please visit the website for the Office of Global Services, in the Getting Started and Canada sections.

Managing Your Email to Receive Important Communications

It is important that you get into the habit of logging into your myNortheastern account to check your new Northeastern email account. Official communications from the university will always be delivered to your Northeastern email address. In addition to the Outlook platform, your Northeastern email is connected to Office 365 which provides you a whole host of powerful collaboration tools including Teams, OneDrive, Sharepoint, and many more.

Health Insurance

Due to COVID-19 and the current travel restrictions, international students who will start remotely do NOT need to purchase health insurance prior to their arrival in Canada.

International students in Canada are required to obtain a comprehensive health insurance plan for the duration of their stay in Canada. When the travel restrictions are lifted, and before you plan your trip, please enrol yourself for health insurance from Guard Me.

After successfully enroled, please print a copy of your insurance card and take it with you.

Husky Student ID Card

All students will be required to display their Husky Student ID card while on campus. You will need your card to access campus as well as an elevator card. If you have not received your Husky Student ID card, you can submit a request for the card to be produced by completing this form.

Husky Cards will be available for pick-up at the scheduled campus Orientation. You must present a photo ID (passport or driver’s license) upon pick-up.

The first Husky Card is issued free of charge. Replacement cards are $25.00 (USD).

Update: Due to the large volume of requests, cards will no longer be mailed. There’s an option to pick them up during Orientation Week. Current/Returning students are invited to pick-up their cards on-campus on Thursday, September 16th between 1:00pm and 5:00pm or on Friday, September 17th between 9:30am and 5:00pm. New (Fall 2021 intake) students will be sent a separate schedule for Husky Card pick-up with the Orientation Week agenda.

Students planning to arrive in Toronto at a later date are encouraged to submit a request and can arrange to pick-up their card prior to their first in-person class.

Please email [email protected] if you have any questions or concerns.

Note: By September 7, 2021, all students, faculty, contractors, volunteers and staff at the Toronto campus will be expected to submit proof that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Please click here to learn more.

Fall 2021 New Student Orientation: 

Incoming new student orientation will take place virtually on September 16th, 2021, with the aim to give students information on tuition payment, safety protocols, immigration compliance, housing, and much more.  Registration information will be sent to incoming students by email shortly.

Academic Advising

If you are a student in the College of Professional Studies, please contact  [email protected] to book an appointment to discuss academic planning, career goals, and course registration.

For general course registration information, advising inquiries or urgent assistance, contact Learner Services at [email protected]astern.edu or call 1-833-685-3276.

International Students

We are committed to ensure that our students have the most up-to-date, easily accessible information. Please visit the Toronto International Students webpage and the Office of Global Studies FAQ page dedicated to international inquiries for students at the Toronto and Vancouver campuses. On this page, you will find answers to questions related to travel, study permits, health insurance, deferral, quarantine, and other topics.

Printing and Scanning

Printing is available on campus and requires a Husky Card for access.

Students are annually provided a limited amount of free printing. The annual credit does not rollover from year to year.

Printing Costs
At the start of the academic year, students receive a $120 printing credit on their Husky Cards.

Printer Type                     Paper Size             Cost

Black and white               8.5×11                    $0.10
Colour                                8.5×11                    $0.30

The cost of printing is automatically deducted from the student’s printing credits.
Students can check their remaining print allowance by logging in to myNortheastern and using the “Husky Card Account Balances” and “Husky Card Account Transactions” applications.

For scanning needs, students can use the Konica Minolta on the 46th floor. For other printing needs, students can use HP printers.

Should you require printing or scanning assistance while on campus, reach out to the Operations Team.

Borrow a Laptop or Hotspot

The campus has limited amount of laptops available for on campus use. Temporary loans for a laptop or hotspot may be prioritized based on need and will require approval from Evan Clarke, Associate Director of Academic and Student Affairs .

Campus Tour

Please check out a virtual tour of the beautiful Toronto campus for students who will not be able to visit the campus or would like to showcase the campus to family and friends.

Connect with Us on Facebook + Twitter

Northeastern University—Toronto has Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram accounts, where we regularly post updates related to Northeastern and Toronto.

Follow up and add your own photos with the hashtag #NUTOR to stay connected.

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Northeastern University—Toronto Address

First Canadian Place, 100 King St. West, Toronto, ON, M5X 1E2.

The Toronto campus is on the 46th and 52nd floors of First Canadian Place, at 100 King Street West. Guests are required to check in on the 46th floor, accessed by taking the elevator marked 44-56 in the main lobby.

Information on visiting the Toronto campus can be found here.

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