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Northeastern University Dorms

Living at Northeastern University defines the experience. Northeastern University dorms serve as a centerpiece in the on-campus social scene, and they are where you will form deep friendships and create lasting memories. But housing at Northeastern University can be overwhelming - there are so many dorms to evaluate, how could you know which one is best? You can live on campus, or you can live in and around Los Angeles. Finding the right Northeastern University housing option for you can make or break a year at Northeastern University. That’s why our videos go deep into as many dorm options as possible at Northeastern University. We take you into singles, doubles, different dorms and residence halls, and even record student interviews about their favorite parts of living at Northeastern University.

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What are the dorms like at Northeastern University?

You’ll have to watch the CampusReel videos to see for sure. However, Northeastern University dorms are similar to most college housing options. Most on-campus residence halls include singles, double, and suites. Floor plans vary from residence hall to residence hall. CampusReel hosts dorm tours of Northeastern University, and every one is different. As you’ll see, every dorm room is decorated in a unique and fun way - students are creative with their setups to make Northeastern University feel like home!

What are the dimensions of Northeastern University dorm rooms?

The Northeastern University dorms dimension depend on the residence hall. This information is usually contained in one of the dorm room tours of Northeastern University on CampusReel. Supposedly the average dorm room size in the U.S. is around 130 square feet, and Northeastern University likely has dorms bigger and smaller than this.

What are Northeastern University’s best housing options?

The best housing option at Northeastern University depends on your living preference. For example, many colleges provide living options for sober living, leadership opportunities, cultural preferences and more. The right dorm at Northeastern University for you depends on what you are looking for in your housing experience. Below is a list of all housing options at Northeastern University that CampusReel currently hosts content for:

How much do Northeastern University dorms cost?

The cost of Northeastern University dorms is $28,869 , but depends on a number of factors, such as financial aid, scholarships, and the housing option you select.

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So this's the first floor we've got to study. Lounge is here in here. Don't go in them because people are studying and I won't bother them. But they look like this. And then it's actually really a nice building, a really happy with it. But all of her dorm buildings are really nice in general, and so we have locker's here from male, And if you wanted to get any large packages, you just literally going next door and pick them up Vast, really convenient on I have laundry. Not every building has laundry, but I'm pretty sure all freshmen buildings have laundry, so that's good. And that's a Proctor station right over there. So they monitor who's coming in and out of the building, and you have to swipe your card to get in and you have to sign in. So as far as freshmen housing goes, I happen to kind of the lottery with this one just building a school peace village and it's the honors housing. So if you're putting the honors program under his Eastern, you will be put inside this beautiful building. Niller dorms are also really nice. Um, there is nothing against them, just just wantedto happen to be one of the New York buildings. And let me show you a little lobby. Pull out. Yes, he looks like you got some serious issues. Orders. So we have this beautiful mural, but yeah, I think that in a video earlier, I live in the East Village Residents Hall, which is the honors building. So in here, you know the freshman building up to the thirteenth for the seventeen total. We live in sweet style room, so so there are singles, the majority, your doubles and I have a little. So the way he looks issue come in, there's the door. We'll get smart, You Boston come and then you come in and you have your Little League closet space. It's not really a cross that everything out in the open I'm really missing is you can see you have like food and like dishes and more food and more food and shoes and clothing and more food. And yes, that's my space. Well, it's a little better. She keeps it nice and tidy. She's a lot more organized than I am, but we make good work. Then over here we have a think and hello. And I think there's everything you need, and that's pretty cool so we don't have communal. Bathroom was like your most freshmen halls. We just have a bathroom right there. It's currently occupied him, and then we have your beds. They're pretty close to each other the whole way. Space is very big. Um, but, you know, it works to that's my side. Just like the animals. Do you keep it homey? And posters, You know, brash some pictures. Spring IEDs, you know, typical college, basic fare plans. One of them's lying more stuff on my desk. Flowers. It was recently Valentine's say and books. Yeah, the essentials, you know, not always made textbooks. Your semester is last semester's it's it's nice. More stuff on my wall chair that's been used like Who and what kind of really cool factor with freshmen housing is that there are these things called El Ceased and when I dance for isthe living, learning community. So here is where the story. When you pick your fresher and housing option, you also get to pick living in a community. And they're like there are all types of them in our building. They're more like the mathematics. So I've been to foodies healthy, so we tend to do activities that really food and like trying different kinds of food. There is one. It's like arch music and the Sign and Lake on seed. It's what we do is like art and music and go through the same stuff. Mom, there's a video game. One really connect through playing video games. Our sports like elder activities. One. I'm like Dallas goes on an arm. You're not like, attached to doing just what they do. You condense friend. Thanks here, Elsie, does it just There is one like Director. I have to be an upperclassman for your living in a community, and they will organize events that relate to what you're l c'est So you get to kind of explore more about that you're passionate about. There is also another kind of jealousy there more and line would like majors and post them to be for other buildings that are not this one, and that is like there's a computer side. You will see that I have a couple of friends in and they all argue your science majors are interested in computer signs. There is, like environmental want people hoard that kind of field. We're interested like apartment science. There are some other ones that empowerment throughout campus or a leadership, and then there you learn like these skills through, like the events and organize some of them are a little more organized and others that will say, to keep it completely honest. But nobody's interested in a pretty good job keeping like a good freshman, like since community. Okay, so this is my dorm. Got a decent amount of space here. This is my desk in my bed. I like to dress up the wall, so I got a lot of decorations and lights and stuff. Yeah, I have a decent monasteries with, like, under the bed and my desk, and there's a dress over there. This is my roommate side, and then we've got our closets over here. The closet in my dorm room really aren't that spacious, but and some of the other rooms, they get a little bigger. And I actually live in an apartment, so I have for total other roommates. This is one of our bathrooms. And this is the other bathroom's through here. And then there are two rooms over here. The one on the left is a double, and that one's a single. This is our kitchen slash living room space. There's one of my roommates. That's Courtney Way. Have a decent space. Argues not very nice, but hopefully it'll get nicer once they finish the construction. Because it's supposed to be like a really nice park. They had a decent view of the city, so that's good because we're right in the city. On This is our kitchen. Most kitchens on campus have pantries, but we don't. So he had to buy this shelving unit, which I definitely thought was a lot larger when I purchased it. But that's okay. Um, so, yeah, that's kind of our So right over here. As I mentioned before, they're building a new playground. They're replacing the old one. It's still under a lot of construction, and I'm not sure when it's gonna be ready. What they're putting in brand new turf fields and tennis courts. So I'm really excited and you can see right over there. That's the main area of the city. So this just shows how close we really are to the city walking to that large building. The Prudential Building probably takes about ten minutes or so, and this is my dorm building right over here. And that right over here is the Northeastern police station. And you can always see the police driving around campus or walking around campus, keeping us safe because we are open campus in the middle of the city and the noises from the construction right over there that I mentioned Hi. Welcome to my room. I'm in a standard triple in Melvin Hall, which is on the Fenway, and we are based in the Cultural Inclusion LLC or living Learning Community. So let me start off by showing you the door. This is the back of the door. Um, it has three towel racks where you can hang your towels. Uh, we also hang washcloths or bathrobes, and then we have our welcome mat just under that. I think as a rack like that is really useful when it's slightly damp, because then it just kind of evaporates. Next up is the closet. So, like I said, um, we are currently in a standard triple, which is my room, Um, and there's actually quite a bit of storage space within the closet, especially when you take in consideration that above all of the hangers and stuff, there are several shelves. They put boxes right or other things. There is a nice ah window and here, which brings in some light. And there's also quite a bit of space, hover like it looks like a lot of space, But you have to take into consideration that we used to have a third roommate, so it actually was pretty crowded when there were three of us in here. She unfortunately had to leave due to medical issues on DH. We resorted to see her go. But this is our living situation now. So, yeah, there's light in the closet. Turn it off when we don't need it. It's really useful when you're trying to get changed in the winter because when you're trying to get changes, probably dark outside. This is our mini fridge and our microwave as well as the latter we had, um my bed letter was also originally there because the thing about the actual living space is that it's not very big. So like, I think if I lay down there and I stuck my arms up, I would probably be able to touch the other side. And I'm about five foot three, so it's pretty narrow. However, we do have quite a bit of storage space for other stuff. So, like, this is our food. Um, we don't actually use those shores, but we do use our, ah, our clothing doors, this sweet, mostly used for actual school supplies. This is a keeper tour, which you can just put a keyboard in. I personally put my laptop case in there because I find it really convenient for me, and something else I found that is really helpful is my extension cord, as well as some small bins to help me store things. Other things that I found helpful. Just having some carabiners. I stuck one through my hair bands and stuck it through the bottom. Ah, wiring of my bed and also a ton of command hooks. If you can get yourself to Costco, get a bunch of command hooks. I use it for my hats. I use more heavy duty ones for my jackets. Um, and I need quite a few jackets because I'm like, very cold all the time. But you're pretty poor circulation, to be honest, so really, having a lot of command hooks will really optimize your storage space. That's just one of my engineering projects. Something else we did. We got a stackable she rack. So if I tried, I could actually lift the top three off and make a second separates True AC. But I don't want to do that cause I don't So great wrap up of the road this last. Use the window. We actually have a pretty nice view of Boston like that. Rachel's interview there some of their buildings. The Christian Scientology Church is like that right there. Pretty weird. Cool. Oh, it was just Boston General. That's a y M c a, which we happen to have access to because we live in this building that also is another dorm, Like where the Y M. C. Is. What fact? There is what Northeastern started. It was originally school started out of the UAE and amend school who that include women and eventually grew into what is today. So that's pretty amazing. It's also Hastings Hall, which is the other owners building and yeah, essentials fridge, microwave fridge and water. Water boiler to keep your fridge stocked really? Well, you know, half chocolate eggs. My roommate actually cooks here. It's pretty great. Um, fruit vegetables. Try to keep yourself so that's possible because there is other ten patients in the dining hall and you will eat them. Trust me, Freshman fifteen. While hasn't happened to me. No, it still happens. And then here's the bathroom. Pretty basic. Have a cat in here. Door toilet. She had to clean yourself totally. Which you have to apply yourself like this. That pre tiny shower put you Make it over here. Oh, yeah. That is what a sweet side of the room in the East Village Looks like and pretty nice. Keep your room clean. We organized a little more than I am and you will do great. Okay, so I'm in a single in a residence hall called Ivy, which stands for International Village, which is mostly comprised of singles for upperclassmen students, none of which have kitchens. I believe I do think that on some floors there's like a communal kitchen, which residents can use. But because each president doesn't have access to their own kitchen, uh, everyone is required to be on a meal plan, so this is what it looks like. Although, uh, each resident's home maybe different. This is pretty much the layout for all singles. And the same goes for doubles and triples, at least for the actual bathroom. I mean, bedroom. Sorry. Um, yeah. And there is a bathroom that is shared between two singles. So have fun later. You trust that that locks both doors, as you can see by the light there. Then there's the same little space to put like paper towels and more with Cooper, um, racks for each student. The shower, which is, I think, pretty really. And it has its own little thing there. And then the toilet. Then to get out, you just pressed the unlock button and then you're out. Sure. You have a you You have to see you keep actors. Vices. Study thanks. A company, something study. Different. They have laundry there. There longer roofs until four. I have. There. Trance like ours. I wouldn't have a TV, Terrence. Yeah, really quite steady. Floors. So there. Your apartment so there. And this is a case for this building. Deal not perform, but at least we're building. now This year is spear home. Very famous. Freshman going room, usually for business students. A spear west this pier east. Let's go check out with a beer hall. They go down. All these students working. Look at them working so hard. I imagine you can live here. Be amazing. What is it? I would love that. Anyway, what's done? We can get the Whisky Cloud Services. This is where you're gonna print out your car, right? And then great care computer. You go to the rest of Texas. Finally, if ever Ever need a pick up mail. Pick it up here. If you live on campus is where you pick up around, President. No morning. It is currently like a man. I want to give you a tour of my room.