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Life at Mills

The Campus

Northeastern’s 135-acre Oakland campus is a green oasis with deep connections to a vibrant urban community—a place where you can step out of your comfort zone, form meaningful communities, and explore.

Front entrance of the Jeannik Méquet Littlefield Concert Hall on Northeastern University's Oakland campus.
Blue sky with the corner of the Fox Theater building and sign with lights in Oakland, California.

The Oakland Area

Explore one of America’s most diverse cities, with lots of ways to learn, immerse yourself in the arts and sciences, and discover new cultures and cuisines.

Stringed instruments during a performance.

The Arts

Our Oakland campus is an incubator for studio and performing artists and writers. See how creativity thrives through the arts here.

Historic Mills Hall with foliage in foreground

Campus Buildings and Facilities

Our historic architecture and intimate facilities support learning, research, spiritual well-being, arts, athletics, and recreation.

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Student Resources

Find everything you need to help you live, learn, and get the most out of campus life.

Events and Performances

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