The Academic Advising and Cooperative Education (AACE) office, in 100 Meserve Hall, is a central place where undergraduate students in the Colleges of Arts, Media and Design (CAMD) can go with all academic questions.
AACE is a great first place to go for any kind of academic concern. We are committed to providing students with the assistance they need, whether it be through academic or coop advising in our office or by providing referrals to the appropriate academic departments or University office. Our goal is to help students navigate the University and to support them in attaining academic success.
All College of Arts, Media and Design students have:
- a professional academic advisor
- a faculty mentor, located in the student’s major department or program
- a co-op coordinator (for students who participate in the co-op program)
Academic advising is an ongoing process that engages students in educational planning consistent with their academic strengths and personal and career goals. This student-centered advising process involves an active partnership among students, academic advisors, faculty mentors in the department and co-op coordinators.
Academic Advisors, located in AACE, provide overall guidance on academic matters and guide students in their progress from orientation through graduation. Faculty mentors, in the academic departments, mentor students in their discipline and function as the students’ main connection with their major. Co-op coordinators, also located in AACE, advise and mentor students during the preparation, activity, and reflection phases of the co-op cycle.
Appointments may be made:
- Online by logging into your myNEU, clicking on the Self Service tab, and clicking on AppointmentCalendar
- Over the phone by calling 617.373.5583
- In person at 100 Meserve Hall
To meet with a faculty mentor, please contact the appropriate department.