Dynamic Scheduling Tool
This tool, available in the Student Hub, lets students set their preferences from week to week whether they will be in class in person or online. The scheduling algorithm provides each student with seat assignments for the week ahead.
Daily Wellness Check
All Northeastern faculty, staff, and students who come to the Boston campus are required to complete a Daily Wellness Check to monitor for symptoms of COVID-19. This includes faculty, staff, and students across our global campuses and students who live off campus and come to campus.
First Things First
Accounts and Access
Your online account
Your myNortheastern username and password open your way to many online university sites, including the myNortheastern portal and the Canvas learning management system. You should have received your username and password when you first claimed your online account. (New faculty members: You should receive instructions on claiming your account before your first day.)
Your unique ID
Your NUID is a 9-digit number beginning with 00 that is unique to you. You can find this number on the sidebar of your myNortheastern portal. It is used for most academic and financial transactions.
2FA and your account
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a security measure that protects your online identity and personal information. It’s also required to access many university systems and services. Enroll today.
Appropriate Use Policy
All faculty are responsible for following the Northeastern University Appropriate Use of Computer and Network Resources Policy. The policy is available in PDF form at northeastern.edu/aup.
Stay safe online
- Northeastern will never ask you to confirm your username and password in an email.
- Use the Report Message button in your Outlook client to immediately report a suspicious email.
- If you have any reason to believe that your account has been compromised, report it immediately to the IT Service Desk.
- As a member of the Northeastern community, you’re responsible for helping keep the university safe from phishing and other security threats. Learn more at Get Secure.
EMAIL AND FILE STORAGE
Up-to-date versions of Microsoft applications are available to you as part of Northeastern’s Office 365 faculty and staff subscription. This benefit includes an @northeastern email account and calendar, downloads of the Office suite on up to 5 personal devices, and the online and mobile versions of the Office apps.
Sign in to Office 365:
- Visit portal.office.com.
- Type in your myNortheastern username followed by “@northeastern.edu”.
- Use your myNortheastern password.
Northeastern offers a Windows Virtual Desktop environment available with your Northeastern login. The WVD includes access to a Windows 10 desktop and a number of virtual applications from a web browser on any Windows or MacOS device.
Learn as you go
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Sites to know
MyNortheastern is the central resource for accessing many university services and systems, including benefits, wage and tax information, e-portfolios, and software downloads.
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Daily Wellness Check
Computer equipment available to staff for their work at Northeastern, as well as links to educational discounts for personal use.
Connect to the Internet
Please note: Northeastern fully supports the Chrome and Edge browsers. These will provide the best experience for university services and sites.
NUwave is the secure wireless network for laptops, phones, and other personal devices in the residence halls, classrooms, and across campus. Use your myNortheastern username and password to connect to NUwave.
NUnet is the university’s high-bandwidth, high-availability wired connection to the internet and other computer resources. Faculty and staff can use NUnet to access shared network drives and network printers.