Counseling & Applied Educational Psychology

Orientation 2013

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Congratulations and Welcome to Northeastern University,

If you haven’t already, please register for your Fall 2013 courses (registration procedures). Curriculum information is available on your respective program page at www.bouve.neu.edu/caep. If you’re a CAGS Only student, please contact the program director listed on the program webpage. Also, be sure to schedule a time to get your Husky ID card on orientation day. A Husky Card will give you access to the Marino Recreation Center, Snell Library, University events etc…If you have any trouble registering for courses, please contact myself or Diane Sheehan at di.sheehan@neu.edu.

This year, orientation will be held on Tuesday, September 3, 2013 at 9:00 am in 310 Behrakis Health Sciences Center. Parking information and passes will be emailed in late August.

Please report to the common area outside of 310 BK to register and pick up your orientation packet.  A light breakfast will be provided (coffee, water, muffins and fruit) in the common area. You will then proceed to room 310 BK. Please refer to the following schedule:

9:00 Registration:      Common area outside room 310 BK – All Students

9:30          All graduate and doctoral students meet for a combined introduction to the Counseling & Applied Educational Psychology department by the Chair and program directors.  There will also be a presentation on Graduate Policies and Procedures by Molly Schnabel, Director of Graduate Admissions and Dean Tom Olson. 

 11:00 Master Program Meetings: 

Counseling Psychology 310 BK
School Psychology 220 BK
School Counseling   315 BK
College Student Development 325 BK

 

 

 

 

   

12:00 Doctoral Program Meetings:

Counseling Psychology    327 BK
School Psychology     307 BK

 

 

 

End of Orientation 

Tours will be arranged for the doctoral students while they wait for their meeting to begin.

Any questions please feel free to contact the CAEP department at 617.373.2485 or caep@neu.edu

 

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