Northeastern Partners With Year Up
Northeastern and Year Up have partnered to help you go further in your career. Because we value your Year Up experience, you can earn your degree faster at Northeastern by receiving up to 28 credits toward a bachelor of science in information technology, project management, management (and others)—a savings of up to $15,000 or more. Additionally, you will be strongly considered for a scholarship worth up to $10,000 to help make your degree more attainable.
Interested in learning more? Our partnership page offers added details about the Northeastern and Year Up collaboration. Explore the possibilities and learn if you are eligible.
“We are honored to partner with Northeastern University and expand access to the university’s College of Professional Studies to Year Up alumni across the country. Northeastern’s commitment to flexible, personalized, and accessible learning – and to building seamless on ramps for Year Up graduates to transfer credits and work already done through Year Up – will enable you to continue advancing in careers and education and ultimately earn meaningful postsecondary credentials.”
— Gerald Chertavian, Year Up Founder
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply?
To get started, please contact Nicolette Aduama, Associate Director, Opportunity Pathway Programs, at [email protected] or call 617.378.1099. Information regarding the admissions process can also be reviewed online at cps.northeastern.edu/admissions-aid.
How is credit awarded?
You submit your Year Up transcript. Northeastern’s College of Professional Studies will award transfer credit and apply the credit toward the degree program that corresponds to your program of study at Year Up—BS in information technology, management or project management.
How can Year Up students submit their college credits?
You can request your Year Up transcripts to be sent to Northeastern University through ACE. You can also reach out to your advisors in the Year Up program for more assistance. Your transcripts can be sent electronically or via mail.