Book Northeastern Crossing

City and Community Engagement has provided individuals and groups with complimentary access to a classroom and conference room. Advance reservations are required for both spaces. Event organizers may only host programming that is free to participants. Weekend bookings are tentative and not guaranteed.

Northeastern Crossing is located at:

1175 Tremont Street

Boston MA, 02120

Space Request

As you might imagine, these free spaces get reserved quickly. We recommend that you submit the online Space Request form as early as possible before your event. Our staff responds to these requests on a rolling basis, although we try to reply within two business days. Currently, we are fulfilling reservations up to three months in advance.

The two spaces available are the conference room (capacity: 12 people) and classroom (capacity: 35 people). Both rooms have modular furniture that can be rearranged or removed as necessary. They also have overhead audio/visual equipment that can be connected to a laptop.

Northeastern Crossing Space Request Form

Northeastern Crossing Space Request Form

Thank you for your interest in holding your next meeting or event at Northeastern Crossing. Please submit your reservation request by completing this form and a member of the City & Community Engagement team will be in touch soon. Please also note, submission of a request does not confirm or guarantee a reservation. Weekend bookings are tentative and not guaranteed.

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Please note the following guidelines regarding reservations and use of Northeastern Crossing:
• Programming/events must be free to all participants; product sales, ticket sales, fundraisers, and other fee-for-service events are prohibited.
• Programming/events should be professional in nature. Birthday parties and baby showers, for example, will not be approved.
• Per NU’s Policy on Political Campaign-Related Activity, Northeastern students and employees may not host political candidates or post campaign endorsements in the venue.
• Minors must always be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or teacher. City and Community Engagement staff are not responsible for overseeing minors.
• All event organizers and participants must adhere to Northeastern University’s Policy on Equal Opportunity.
• Your group’s name may be publicly associated with the use of the space on NU websites or reports unless you request otherwise.
COVID Events Protocols:
• Visitors must remain away from campus if they feel sick, have tested positive, or believe they may have been exposed to COVID-19. All visitors will be required to adhere to Northeastern face-covering requirements and, if unvaccinated, practice six-feet physical distancing. All visitors must comply with federal, state and local guidelines and/or regulations. Visitors who are briefly on campus for a period shorter than one day, such as for an admissions tour or attending a university event, will be required to adhere to Northeastern face-covering requirements and practice if unvaccinated six-feet physical distancing.
• For the safety of your group, please minimize the amount of food that may be served at your event.
• Events will follow Massachusetts state guidelines for gatherings and City of Boston guidelines. Event participants must follow the state guidelines and all university and state guidelines when traveling to the location. Any events or programming that bring visitors to campus must follow the Visitors Protocol. Please refer to the Visitors Protocol for further details.
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Review process

If any additional info is required regarding your request, a member of the City and Community Engagement team will contact you via email.

Contact us

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