Bachelor’s Completion Application Information

Qualifications for official academic documents: 

U.S. Transcripts must be submitted through one of the following channels:

Foreign Transcripts must include original English translation and be mailed from institution in a stamped and sealed envelope or emailed through Parchment Exchange, National Student Clearinghouse, Docufide, Parchment Send, Escrip-Safe, etc.


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Supporting Documents

You may submit supporting documents by mail or online. To mail your documents, view the “Methods to Submit Your Documents” section below.

  1. Completed online application
  2. English language proficiency proof (if English is not your primary language)
  3. Official transcripts (one of the following)
    • Official high school transcript or completed attestation form OR
    • Official GED OR
    • Official transcripts for ANY community college or four-year school you’ve attended sent directly from your undergraduate institution to Northeastern
  4. Optional
    • Current resume
    • Statement of purpose
    • References

Important: Reference Your Applicant ID (or AYID)

For any below method that you choose, reference your Applicant ID on your request, if possible. An Applicant ID is a 7-digit number and unique identifier, which NU uses to match your documents to your official admissions record. If you have more than one Applicant ID, use the one that is associated with the College/Degree/Program to which you plan to pursue. Your Applicant ID may have been emailed to you. If you do not know it, follow these steps:

  1. Login to your application (ApplyYourself) account
  2. Click EDIT APPLICATION
  3. Your Application ID will appear towards the top of any introductory language or content, and/or can be referenced on the left-hand side of screen menu, under the Important Links section where you will see, Check Your Application ID XXXXXXX (where X will be your 7-digit unique ID)

Method 1: Previous Institution(s) Mail to NU P.O. Box U.S. Address

If your previously attended college or university allows for requests where documents can be mailed for receipt to a NU, P.O. Box address, you may make such arrangements according to their instructions. Note that typically only institutions located in the United States allow for mailing to a P.O. Box address in the U.S. Important: If your previous institution allows you to add notes or instructions to your request, include a reference to your unique 7-digit Applicant ID (e.g. Applicant ID: XXXXXX); see above for instructions to locate your Applicant ID. Use the following for the mailing address:

Northeastern University – College of Professional Studies – Applicant ID: XXXXXXX
Graduate Application Processing Center
P.O. Box 8150
Portsmouth, NH 03802 USA

Method 2: Student Mails Documents to NU P.O. Box U.S. Address

If you have in your personal possession (or can obtain for your personal possession) one or more sealed, unopened package(s) or envelope(s) containing your official, complete, final documents, then you may carry them with you and arrange to mail said package(s) or envelope(s) from within the United States for receipt to a NU, P.O. Box address. If you have more than one package or envelope, it is preferred that you put all such items into one larger package or envelope that contains all of your packages, envelopes, or documents for mailing purposes. Important: On your unopened package(s) or envelope(s) write or include a reference to your unique 7-digit Applicant ID (e.g. Applicant ID: XXXXXX); see above for instructions to locate your Applicant ID. Use the following for the mailing address:

Northeastern University – College of Professional Studies – Applicant ID: XXXXXXX
Graduate Application Processing Center
P.O. Box 8150
Portsmouth, NH 03802 USA

Method 3: Previous Institution(s) Mail to NU Boston U.S. Address

If your previously attended college or university allows for requests where documents can be mailed for receipt to a NU, Boston, Massachusetts address, you may make such arrangements according to their instructions. Important: If your previous institution allows you to add notes or instructions to your request, include a reference to your unique 7-digit Applicant ID (e.g. Applicant ID: XXXXXX); see above for instructions to locate your Applicant ID. Use the following for the mailing address:

Northeastern University – College of Professional Studies – Applicant ID: XXXXXXX
Graduate Application Documents
360 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115 USA

Method 4: Student Mails Documents to NU Boston U.S. Address (For International Correspondence)

If you have in your personal possession (or can obtain for your personal possession) one or more sealed, unopened package(s) or envelope(s) containing your official, complete, final documents, then you may arrange to mail said package(s) or envelope(s) to a NU, Boston, Massachusetts address. If you have more than one package or envelope, it is preferred that you put all such items into one larger package or envelope that contains all of your packages, envelopes, or documents for mailing. Important: On your unopened package(s) or envelope(s) write or include a reference to your unique 7-digit Applicant ID (e.g. Applicant ID: XXXXXX); see above for instructions to locate your Applicant ID. Use the following for the mailing address:

Northeastern University – College of Professional Studies – Applicant ID: XXXXXXX
Graduate Application Documents
360 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115 USA