The Double Husky Scholarship helps Northeastern alumni finance their graduate education by offering a 25 percent tuition discount on more than 120 eligible programs.
Rejoin the Pack
Alumni with a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree from Northeastern are automatically considered for the scholarship when they are admitted into an eligible graduate degree or certificate program—there is no special application required. Upon acceptance, applicants receive a letter indicating the tuition discount that applies to their program.
If a student is offered other grant aid from the university, he or she will only receive the scholarship of higher value. Those completing pass-through degrees—such as Freshman-Entry Doctor of Education or a PlusOne accelerated master’s program do not qualify for the Double Husky Scholarship.
The Double Husky Difference
For Northeastern alumna Julie Taylor, it was the Double Husky Scholarship that finalized her decision to enroll in her Master of Public Administration, saying, “For working adults with families like me, it makes it possible to continue your education, get a job, and set an example for your own children.”
Explore the list of eligible degree programs and discover the difference a Double Husky Scholarship could make.
Arts, Media & Design
Communication & Digital Media
Education & Learning
Government & Civic Engagement
Doctor of Pharmacy (*Only eligible to those with prior NU degree, not entering freshman)
Doctor of Pharmacy/Master of Public Health (*Only eligible to those with prior NU degree, not entering freshman)
Master of Science in Nurse Practitioner (All Specializations):
- Adult Gerontology Primary Care
- Adult Gerontology Primary Care – Online
- Adult Gerontology Acute Care
- Family Nurse Practitioner
- Family Nurse Practitioner – Online
- Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
- Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
- Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
- Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner – Online
Master of Science in Nursing – Direct Entry (*Only eligible to those with prior NU degree)