I’m not a recruiting expert and got those original numbers from the CMU grad report, so I don’t have stats for Northeastern sadly.
I a not recruiting expert, but that said given I was in the range, at least one I know a few friends who have offers as well during my year, and at least one current Northeastern intern (a main way to new grad hiring for the company). I’m in only one office of a larger company, so I can’t speak to larger macro trends, unfortunately.
Linkedin would say there’s about 4-5x more CMU CS grads than Northeastern CS grads working as engineers at my company, which shouldn’t be surprising given CMU’s CS strength. The key here for this conversation is all of this is talking CS, not ECE.
Checking a few degrees, it seems many on Linkedin are masters from CMU and bachelors elsewhere. I did also find an IS for the first time and one ECE, but both of those were not right out of college hires and had prior SWE experience before being hired (far more important than degree name). The direct new grad undergrad hires I could find were all CS degrees.