Accelerated Nursing Programs

ABSN Site Locations

Northeastern University has an ABSN Learning Site in Charlotte, North Carolina and near Boston, Massachusetts. While coursework is completed online, portions of the ABSN curriculum involve experiential learning through simulation and skills labs as well as clinical rotations, which start in the first semester. Students will need to travel to one of the following sites during their 16 months in the accelerated nursing program. So if you don’t live near either metropolitan area, you may need to consider temporarily relocating.

Boston ABSN Program Learning Site

If enrolling in our accelerated nursing program requires you to temporarily relocate, Boston is a great place to reside. From amazing historic sites to top cultural institutions, Boston is unlike any other city in the United States. Plus, the city’s close proximity to Manhattan, Cape Cod and Mount Washington makes it possible for you to partake in some great weekend getaways.

The ABSN Learning site in Boston is located just outside of the Yankee Division Highway in Burlington, Massachusetts.

5 Burlington Woods, #205
Burlington, Massachusetts 01803

Charlotte ABSN Program Campus Location

Centrally located at the intersection of Trade and Tryon Streets, Northeastern University-Charlotte is poised to serve the approximately 100,000 professionals currently working in the area who are interested in advancing their careers.

Visiting the Northeastern University-Charlotte Campus

101 North Tryon Street, #1100
Charlotte, North Carolina 28246

If you are driving to our campus, please be aware that finding a parking spot can be a challenge—so it is best to factor in extra time for your commute.

With metered street parking often hard to come by, garage parking is available for students inside the 101 Independence Center, with a daily parking rate of $21. The garage, located at 101 N. Church Street, is accessible from Church Street between 5th and Trade Streets. Other garage parking options are available through BestParking.com and Charlotte City Center.

If you would like to avoid driving to campus altogether, there are several public transportation options available, including Lynx Light Rail, Gold Line Street Car, CATS public bus service, and the Gold Rush Trolley. Visit the Charlotte Area Transit System website for more information.

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