Best Northeastern Dorms
Here are the 5 best dorms at Northeastern University. This ranking was put together based off of what students rated Northeastern dorms on the RateMyDorm Northeastern Page.
Rated 4.7 / 5 stars by 4 Northeastern students
"Room was one of three doubles within the suite. We shared a kitchen, living room with dining table adjacent, and 2 bathrooms. One of the more expensive options on campus but also one of the nicer buildings and rooms at this price-point."
Rated 4.8 / 5 stars by 1 Northeastern student
"I had a corner room where I could watch the sunset, (all corner rooms have two walls of windows) and I was also on the 22nd floor. The room itself is larger than most dorm rooms at Northeastern and is worth the price if you enjoy large amounts of space and don't mind walking a good 15 mins to classes and such. There is a bathroom for every room, (think hotel layout) and carpet floors, as well as a temperature regulation system in the room. Campus is far away, but the prudential literally right below you and if you take the T then transport to campus is also easy to figure out. There is a gym (being built as of April 2023) and there's a study room on the first floor. Laundry is in the building as well as a mail room inside, kinda expensive its 5 dollars a full cycle. Rooms are a bit dark if you do not buy a lamp or LEDS. Got this room because of NUIN, don't know if this is a permanent future dorm housing! but for any NUIN kids who wanted to know, this is what it is like! "
Rated 4.8 / 5 stars by 3 Northeastern students
"Lived in an apartment style room with a double and a single. Each room had a window per bed. Super nice kitchen that had a garbage disposal, lotsof space and dishwasher. The bathroom had two sinks and a door between the sinks and the shower+toilet so you could get ready while someone else was using the actual bathroom. Each room has the keypad lock that locks automatically when it closes so you need your husky card on you to get back in your room but you don't have to punch in your pin. It's definitely one of the nicer places on campus which is why its SOOOO expensive. I loved it but I couldn't justify the price after being there. I don't think you need all these things and I had less room in my double in west b than I did in my double freshman year. There was like 1 washer that was out of service like the entire year. One elevator went out of service like four times which is so fine and it's whiny to complain about but it SUCKS when you're paying that much. Wollaston's being downstairs is also nice especially when you just need one ingredient and it's snowing outside however if youre prone to compulsive snacking it could become a problem. (source: me. im the snacker). I don't know... if you aren't taking out loans and have the money and the selection number go for it, but I would recommend saving that money focusing on paying off loans before you start accruing interest after you graduate (depending on your loans idk im just a college student not a financial advisor)"
Rated 5 / 5 stars by 1 Northeastern student
"The absolute best place to live on campus. I lived in a two-bedroom apartment with one other person and it was luxurious, but it is also the most expensive place to live on campus. Private bathroom, private room, updated appliances, fantastic heating/cooling, no proctors. 6th-floor rooms have balconies with the doorknobs taken off, but the wind has blown them open several times. There is also a weird tendency for power outages that you should be aware of but typically aren't a problem. You have to buy your own internet which costs around $50 a month divided by the people you live with. Northeastern does give you a $100 credit for the semester for wifi, Laundry is outrageously expensive in the building with a wash and dry coming out to $8. You will have a fantastic semester here, it will just cost you an arm and a leg if you do not have housing scholarship/aid"