There are many reasons why you may have to leave Northeastern such as a leave of absence, transferring out, or just completing your program. Whatever the reason may be, learn what steps you must take.
This form certifies the student’s anticipated date of completion of a program of study
Completing your academic assignments as a J-1 scholar. Leaving the USA. Change of status. Find out how to handle these situations and a whole lot more.
Learn what options are available to F-1 students who have been academically dismissed from Northeastern University.
This form is for students who wish to leave the USA and complete their program abroad
This intercampus transfer clearance letter should be filled out by a SEVIS contact.
During your time at Northeastern University, it may become necessary to take a medical leave of absence. The instructions for taking and returning from a medical leave are described below.
During your time at Northeastern University, it may become necessary to take a non-medical leave of absence. Students who need a non-medical leave of absence, which includes any reason that is not medical, will need to apply to the Office of Global Services (OGS) as well as to their college/graduate school for this request.
Instructions for Taking a Non-Medical Leave of Absence
This form is to notify OGS of your withdrawal from the university
The completion and submission of this form will initiate the process of transferring the student out of Northeastern to another academic institution in the U.S.
Occasionally, F-1 students will decide to transfer out of Northeastern University. When this occurs, the Office of Global Services (OGS) staff will support your decision and help you experience a seamless transition.
Learn what options are available to F-1 students that withdraw from Northeastern University and what steps the Office of the Global Services (OGS) will need take