Each CSSH student has an academic advisor, an Undergraduate Program Advisor, and a co-op coordinator.
- Generally, questions regarding registration, core requirements, long-term academic planning, study abroad, outstanding transfer credit or leaves of absence should be directed to an academic advisor.
- Students talk to their Undergraduate Program Advisor about a variety of topics including research opportunities, courses in the major, involvement within the department, career opportunities. Students can contact their Undergraduate Program Advisor by calling them or stopping by the department office. Click here for a list of Undergraduate Program Advisors.
- For any questions related to co-op, students can meet with their co-op coordinator. To set up appointments with co-op coordinators, students should go through myNEU under the Co-op & Career Services tab.
Scheduling an Appointment with your Academic Advisor
Online: For additional information about the online calendar system, please click here to access a brief tutorial.
In person: Stop by 180 Renaissance Park
If a student is on co-op and can’t come during regular business hours, phone appointments with academic advisors are available during regular office hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Academic advisors dedicate a half hour in each phone appointment to discuss the student’s needs.
Note: For phone appointments, students should either make arrangements to be at a computer during the appointment or print out their degree audit in advance of the meeting.