Introducing Mills College at Northeastern University

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Mills and Northeastern Join for Global Impact.

Mills College and Northeastern have merged to create a bicoastal university powered by Northeastern’s experiential learning and research, strengthened by Mills’ historic leadership in women's education and social justice. Together Mills and Northeastern will expand their positive impact on students and society.

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The Mills Institute

The Mills Institute will be an integral part of Mills College at Northeastern University while serving the entire Northeastern network of campuses. This newly formed Institute will continue the Mills legacy of advancing gender and racial justice through programs and partnerships that support transformative teaching and learning, research, and career development.

Learn About the Mills Institute

Where Do I Find My Information?

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Continuing Students

If you're transitioning from Mills College into Northeastern University to continue your studies, check out the latest frequently asked questions about the transition. You can also continue to visit inside.mills.edu in the short term as we merge our systems and expand our services in the year ahead.

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New Students

Undergraduate and graduate academic programs will be developed this year, and new applications will be accepted in the near future for Fall 2023 enrollment. In the meantime, first-year Northeastern students can live and learn on our Oakland campus as part of the N.U.in or NU Bound programs.

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Faculty & Staff

Mills College at Northeastern faculty and staff can continue to visit inside.mills.edu as we merge our systems and expand our services in the upcoming year. Look for regular email communications about program development, planning updates, and new resources.