TRIO Student Support Services
Ronald Williams Library, LIB-412
TRIO seeks to support qualified first generation, low income Northeastern students and Northeastern students with disabilities by providing academic and career advising, college success workshops, advocacy, tutoring, mentoring, financial literacy, and priority registration.
Learning Support Center
Ronald Williams Library, LIB-454
The Learning Support Center (LSC) provides peer-based tutoring for students completing General Education or Math Development Courses, and assistance with writing assignments for all disciplines.
Student Health and Counseling Services
D 024 (Counseling); E- 051 (Health)
(773) 442-4650 (Counseling); (773) 442-5800 (Health)
Counseling and therapy is provided to help students understand and deal with emotional distress, relationship difficulties and personal concerns, freeing them to make clearer and healthier decisions. All current Northeastern students are eligible to receive up to 50 free of charge individual or couple counseling sessions. Group sessions are also provided, depending on availability. Health services are available to all currently enrolled Northeastern students with a valid ID, and are generally free of charge. The nurses provide assessment, treatment, and follow-up for a wide range of complaints and problems.
Financial Aid Office
SDS has a host of outside resources for students who are interested in information on local and national support for individuals with disabilities such as housing and legal help. Please contact our office for a list of those resources or for a referral to an outside service or organization.