Northeastern University has some of the most beautiful campuses in the country. Though it's been around since 1899, it's still one of the youngest schools on this list and has a lot to offer current students.
The school is known for its sports teams and academic programs. The school offers more classes than any other university in Boston, including an impressive number of graduate programs. Northeastern also offers certificate programs in conjunction with partner institutions around the world that allow students to earn credits through study abroad opportunities without having to leave campus or pay double-tuition fees.
There are many on-campus housing options available at Northeastern University: traditional dorms, suite-style options where you share common areas but have separate bedrooms and bathrooms, or regular apartment communities with shared kitchen space but private rooms inside each unit. Students who want off-campus housing should look into renting houses together—it can save money if two or three roommates live together instead of paying separately for their own units (though there may be less amenities).
Northeastern is located in the heart of Boston, and there are plenty of places to eat on campus. There are also some restaurants nearby if you don't want to go too far.