You are not alone on your journey, there are many resources and opportunities on campus and beyond that can help. Below you will find some useful pages that you can use to guide your experience. The AAC staff are here to help and walk you through these resources and opportunities!
The Asian Studies Program at Northeastern encourages students to look carefully and critically at the complex ways that people in Asian countries have been involved with one another and with the rest of the world in both the past and the present.
Looking for resources for research, homework, or independent study? Check out this Asian Studies Academic Resources Page, on it you can find resources from online databases, policy thinktanks, and art galleries. This resources page is a great starting point for students interested in investigating topics in Asian and Asian American Studies
NU PLACE is envisioned as a vibrant hub encompassing all programs, resources, and services in the Northeastern University global ecosystem that addresses the intersection of career and identity. Here are some great career resources for Asian / Asian American / Pacific Islanders.
A NU network for students and alumni to build professional connections, share career advice, and industry insights.
Mental Health Resources
24/7 Mental Health Support and resources that help you find yourself, your peace of mind, and your distinctive path. Call +1.877.233.9477 (U.S.) or +1.781.457.7777 (Intl.)
The resources on this page are practices, organizations, and clinicians with specialization.
An app for Mindfulness, meditation, sleep, focus, fitness & more. All NU fulltime students have free access to download Headspace
UHCS offers a variety of groups each term to support your varying needs. All groups provide a nonjudgmental and confidential space in which to learn as well as to receive and offer support. You’ll explore different perspectives and new ways of coping.
It is a student group dedicated to changing the conversation about mental illness and advocating for campus change.
The We Care program is a support system for students during times of difficulty or challenge, from interpersonal problems and academic concerns to medical or mental health issues and personal tragedies.
Mental Health Resources
- AAPI Therapist Directory
- Asian Women for Health (AWFH)
- Asian Mental Health Collective
- Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF)
- National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
- National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association (NAAPIMHA)
- Massachusetts Asian + Pacific Islanders (MAP) for Health
Social Justice & Anti-Racism Resources
The Center for Intercultural Engagement (CIE) and Social Justice Resource Center (SJRC) are justice-oriented and welcoming spaces on campus that work to build socially conscious communities across difference. They host engaging programs and dialogues, affinity groups, and promote opportunities for intersectional identity development through a lens of social justice.
AAPI LGBTQ+ Resources
- Coming Out: Living Authentically as LGBTQ Asian and Pacific Islander Americans: https://www.hrc.org/resources/coming-out-living-authentically-as-lgbtq-asian-and-pacific-islander-america
- The National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQAPIA): https://www.nqapia.org/
- The Visibility Project http://www.visibilityproject.org/
- Asian Pride Project: http://asianprideproject.org/
- GAPIMNY: http://gapimny.org/
- Out & Equal: https://outandequal.org/#
- GAPA: GLBTQ+ Asian Pacific Alliance https://www.gapa.org/about-us
- APIQWTC: Asian & Pacific Islander Queer Women and Transgender Community https://apiqwtc.org/