Northeastern extends NUflex through spring semester


Deanna Schwartz

A classroom in Ryder Hall is outfitted with NUflex technology.

Deanna Schwartz, managing editor

Northeastern University will continue using the hybrid NUflex learning model through the spring semester, university spokesperson Shannon Nargi confirmed in an email to The News today.

“NUflex will continue to be employed next semester as it has been this semester,” Nargi wrote.

The university has not formally announced the extension of NUflex, but a Thursday email to all students living in university housing detailed the deadline schedule for students to cancel their housing for reasons other than co-op or study abroad, “including taking courses through NUflex remotely” in the spring. 

NUflex is a hybrid learning model that gives students the choice between in-person and remote classes, allowing students to take classes without coming to campus. The university first announced the model June 5 and at the time did not share an end date for the model.

The university has not yet released any other details regarding the spring semester.