Updated: October 12, 2012
Let us begin with the e-mail address that links to the key advisors in CCIS:
This address sends e-mail to the following people:
|Richard Rasala||Associate Dean||202A WVH||617-373-2206||
|Doreen Hodgkin||Associate Dean||202 WVH||617-373-2462||
|Mark Erickson||Academic and Co-op Advising||302 WVH||617-373-3458||
|Melissa Peikin||Academic and Co-op Advising||302 WVH||617-373-3787||
|Aileen Kent-Yates||Academic and Co-op Advising||302 WVH||617-373-4151||
|Wendy Gordon-Hewick||Academic Advising||302 WVH||617-373-7730||
You should feel free to send e-mail to email@example.com when you have general inquiries or academic questions to ask. Since several people read these messages, you are likely to get a reply reasonably quickly.
Once you have established a relationship with an academic advisor, you may e-mail that advisor directly using the e-mail links in the right hand column of the above table.
For questions about undergraduate co-op advising, it is always best to e-mail your specific co-op advisor. Advisees are assigned based on the where the last name falls in the alphabet. Click on the adjacent e-mail link in the table below to send an e-mail.
|Aileen Kent-Yates||Academic and Co-op Advising||302 WVH||617-373-4151||A to F||
|Melissa Peikin||Academic and Co-op Advising||302 WVH||617-373-3787||G to Mb||
|Karyn Rosen||Co-op Advising||302 WVH||617-373-7862||Mc to Sh||
|Mark Erickson||Academic and Co-op Advising||302 WVH||617-373-3458||Si to Z||
We strongly suggest that when you send us an e-mail:
Use your name to introduce the Subject line
After all, you are the most important subject of your e-mail.
In addition, if you have recently been admitted or are already an enrolled student, then also include:
If you are a current Northeastern student in another college and you wish to discuss a possible internal transfer into CCIS, use the address firstname.lastname@example.org to initiate contact with our advisors.
CCIS students who wish to discuss specific courses, prerequisites, future
plans, or special opportunities such as directed study, research, thesis,
etc., should contact Associate Dean Rasala directly via the e-mail link: