Services for International Students and Scholars

Curricular Practical Training (CPT)

Attention! There has been a revision to policy that now allows F-1 international students to work on-campus and have CPT at the same time. However, students are still not allowed to have SGA’s and CPT at the same time. 

Information for F-1 Students

What is Curricular Practical Training or CPT?

CPT stands for Curricular Practical Training. It is a form of work authorization available to F-1 students before their program end date. CPT is a required or integral part of an academic program.

  • CPT authorization must be obtained for each and every co-op, internship, practicum, clinical and corporate residency, or any other experiential training whether on or off-campus.
  • CPT can be either full time (More than 20 hours per week) or part time (20 hours or less per week)
  • CPT can be either paid or unpaid. Unpaid off-campus opportunities still require OGS authorization. Authorization is required regardless of compensation.
  • CPT is employer, location, and date specific. The employer’s name and address and the precise start and end dates must be authorized by the OGS in advance in SEVIS. Students are not allowed to work outside of these dates or parameters without receiving authorization first from the OGS.

Students cannot start employment prior to obtaining CPT authorization from the OGS. Working for even one day outside of the dates authorized by the OGS is a violation of student status. Any orientation or training days, even unpaid ones, must be authorized by the OGS in advance. Any extensions, cancellations, or changes to the dates or employer must be first approved by the co-op coordinator or academic advisor and then authorized by the OGS prior to the change.

Eligibility Requirements for CPT

In order to be eligible for CPT, all students must meet the following requirements:

  • Be in valid F-1 status.
  • Both undergraduate and graduate students must have completed at least one academic year (two full-time semesters or three full-time quarters). Change of Status and Transfer Students please read sections below!
  • Are requesting CPT within their current program end dates. CPT cannot go beyond the program end date (which can be found on the first page of your I-20). If you require a program extension please fill out a Program Extension Request.
  • Is or will be enrolled in a course that meets the following requirements:
    • Every student enrolled is REQUIRED to engage off-campus
    • The course is a requirement for the student to graduate (if not a co-op course)
  • The student is enrolled in this course for the entire period of authorization that is being requested.
  • All students must comply with their college requirements and policies concerning the timing of eligibility for any co-op or other experiential training.

*** If you are looking to extend your CPT authorization on part-time basis – please be aware that you must still meet all CPT eligibility requirements list above. Please keep in mind that part-time CPT is generally not granted for co-ops.

Please note that not all visa categories allow for full-time study an therefore that time may not meet the above criteria. It is your responsibility to maintain your current visa status. Please note that these requirements may differ from those put in place by your academic program. In order to apply for CPT at Northeastern you must be both academically eligible as well as compliant with federal regulations as outlined above. If you are currently not in F-1 status and have questions regarding your eligibility please contact the OGS.

One Academic Year Eligibility Requirement for Change of Status Students

Students not currently in F-1 status are not eligible for CPT but may be eligible upon gaining F-1 status.

Students who are changing their status to F-1 must meet all of the same requirements. However, the time spent outside of F-1 status may coun towards completing one academic year. Please see below requirements for meeting one academic year:

One academic year is defined as three quarters or two semesters!

  • The academic year must meet full-time F-1 standards. This means that academic terms will only be counted if they meet the below requirements:
    • F-1 standards for graduate students: Minimum of 8 total credits, 4 of which need to be completed on-ground
    • F-1 standards for undergraduate students: Minimum of 12 total credits, 9 of which need to be completed on-ground
    • Time in an english language program does not count

If you are changing your status and you would like to count time from another status or institution – please contact OGS to make an appointment with an advisor. If the time was spent at another institution – please bring along copies of all relevant transcripts. You are REQUIRED to meet with OGS and get clearance for meeting the one academic year before you can apply for CPT.

One Academic Year Eligibility Requirement for Transfer Students

Students transferring to Northeastern may be able to use time from a previous institution.

 

One academic year is defined as three quarters or two semesters!

  • The academic year must meet full-time F-1 standards. This means that academic terms will only be counted if they meet the below requirements:
    • F-1 standards for graduate students: Minimum of 8 total credits, 4 of which need to be completed on-ground
    • F-1 standards for undergraduate students: Minimum of 12 total credits, 9 of which need to be completed on-ground
    • Time in an english language program does not count

If you are transferring to Northeastern and would like to count time from another institution – please contact OGS to make an appointment with an advisor. If the time was spent at another institution – please bring along copies of all relevant transcripts. You are REQUIRED to meet with OGS and get clearance for meeting the one academic year before you can apply for CPT.

Selecting Dates for CPT Authorization

The image below can be used to help determine what dates can be selected based off of the semester that students will be enrolled. Please note that each semester starts with a white line that represents the first day of classes and ends with a white line that represents the last day of finals. The short spaces in between the terms represent either winter break or the few days that exist between the end of finals for one term and the start of classes for the next term.

How to Apply for CPT

To participate in an off-campus opportunity in the United States, F-1 students must obtain Curricular Practical Training (CPT) authorization from the OGS. All students must comply with their college requirements and policies concerning the timing of eligibility for any co-op or other experiential training. Please note that academic departments or colleges may have additional requirements and regulations surrounding eligibility. The OGS will not review any requests for CPT that have not already been approved by the appropriate advisor.

Step 1 – Complete the eform Fill out the eform with all requested information and documents. The documents that you will need are the following:

  • I-94 that indicates “Class of Admission” as “F-1” and “Admit Until Date” as “D/S”
  • Passport that is valid for at least the start date of the CPT being requested

If you have previously met with your co-op advisor and discussed what information they approve, make sure you enter what they have approved in the eform.

Step 2 – Route Application to Secondary Approver In the eform, after entering in your college, degree level and whether or not you will be going on co-op, you will be provided with a list of names and email addresses. Please make sure that you select the appropriate email address and copy and paste this into the Advisor Routing Section. Please make sure that you type this correctly and don’t include any extra spaces or characters.

If you are unsure whether or not you will be going on co-op, please check in with the secondary approver who you will be sending your application to. OGS is not able to determine what course is requiring you to engage in CPT.

Students must be registered for the appropriate course registration for the training experience prior to seeking authorization from the OGS.

Step 3 – Secondary Approver Reviews Student Information The approver who receives your application will take a first review of the information you have entered and determine if they approve. If they do approve, the approver will then pass it on to OGS. OGS does not start counting 10 business days until the form has been sent to the OGS by the secondary approver. If the secondary approver does not approve of the information, they will email the student directly and let them know what changes need to be made.

Step 3: OGS Reviews Application The OGS will examine the student’s documents to determine whether or not the student is eligible to participate in CPT. The e-form will be either approved or denied. If denied, the student will need to resubmit the e-form after making appropriate adjustments to the application. Authorized students will receive an email when their I-20 with CPT authorization has been processed.

Step 4 – Document Pick-Up The student must pick up the documents from the OGS. There are also shipping services available if the documents need to be mailed. Students must have CPT authorization prior to work experience, and must collect the above documents from the OGS prior to CPT start date. Please check the OGS website for current office hours and closures.

How CPT Affects Optional Practical Training (OPT) Eligibility

F-1 students are able to use up to 364 days of full-time CPT (more than 20 hours per week) per degree level before losing eligibility for OPT at that degree level.

Part-time CPT (20 hours per week or less) does not accrue towards the 364 day limit.

When counting CPT days, every day between the start and end date of CPT counts (including the start and end dates). The days that you are counting are the days that you had authorization, not the days that you actually worked. This means that even if it was a weekend, holiday, vacation etc. it still counts if you had CPT authorization.

It is the responsibility of the student to keep track of how much CPT time has been used per degree level. Students can use past I-20’s to keep track of this.

Please note that going over the 364 day mark is not a violation of F-1 status. It merely triggers the loss of the OPT benefit at that degree level. For this reason, OGS recommends that students leave a buffer of one week to prevent students from accidentally going over the maximum. OGS strongly recommends that students use no more than 357 days of full-time CPT per degree level.

OGS does not keep track of whether or not you will be exceeding the 364 day mark when you are applying for CPT. Please make sure that you are counting carefully before selecting dates if you are approaching 364 days.

Unauthorized Employment

Unauthorized employment will place the student in serious violation of his or her F-1 status. According to immigration regulations, students who have their SEVIS record terminated for engaging in unauthorized employment are not eligible to apply for reinstatement within the United States. In order to regain status, the student may need to leave the United States and re-enter the country in valid F-1 status with a new I-20. However, there are no guarantees that a student will be successful in re-acquiring status. This process also seriously jeopardizes a student’s eligibility for future F-1 benefits such as CPT and OPT.

Updating Your CPT Authorization

What are CPT Updates?

While on Curricular Practical Training (CPT) it is important that you update OGS when there are changes in your authorization. These changes include employer, location, date, number of hours worked per week (full-time/part-time) and cancellations. It is important that you do not engage in these changes until you have received your updated I-20 from OGS. Also note, that OGS will not update CPT unless you have approval from the original advisor who signed off on your CPT Authorization Request form.

What if I need a CPT Extension?

If you are seeking an extension of your CPT authorization, note that you may only request an extension via the CPT Update Request eform if the extension is within the same academic semester or quarter for which you already have CPT. To find the dates of your semester or quarter, please refer to your college’s academic calendar. If you are attempting to request CPT for a whole new academic semester or quarter then you will need to resubmit the CPT Authorization Request Form.

Example 1: A student currently has CPT for the fall semester and would like to extend for a few days into winter break. This student would be allowed to request an extension via the CPT Update Request eform since these days would not venture into the spring semester.

Example 2: A student currently has CPT for the fall quarter and would like to extend to the end of the winter quarter. This student would not be allowed to request an extension via the CPT Update Request eform since their extension would venture into the winter quarter.

What if I need to cancel my CPT?

If your CPT authorization start date has not passed then you can request a cancellation via the CPT Update Request eform with only an email from your advisor approving the change. If your CPT authorization start date has passed then you can request a cancellation via the CPT Update Request eform however, you will need an official letter from your employer and advisor confirming the last date that you worked.

What if I need to shorten my CPT?

If your new requested end date has not passed then you can request to shorten via the CPT Update Request eform with only an email from your advisor approving the change. If your new requested end date has passed then you can request to shorten via the CPT Update Request eform however, you will need an official letter from your employer and advisor confirming the last date that you worked. Please consult with OGS if you believe that you will be working for less than half of the academic term as this may impact your status.

What if I need to change my employer or location?

If you are switching employers (you are moving from one employer to another) then you should request to shorten your current CPT via the CPT Update Request eform and submit a new CPT Authorization Request form for your new employer. If you are working for the same employer, but they are just changing their name or location, you can submit these via the CPT Update Request eform.

CPT Length Requirements

Students who will be authorized for CPT must be working for at least half of the duration of the term in order to maintain their status.

Here is an example:

A term’s length is counted from the first day of classes to the last day of finals.

If the first day of classes start on January, 9th and the last day of finals end on April 29th then this means the term length is 110 days.

A student must work at least half of the length of this duration in order to maintain status.

In our above example, the student must work for at least 55 days in this term to maintain their status.

If you are worried that you will not meet this minimum duration, please consult with your co-op coordinator, advisor and OGS as soon as possible.

 

CPT Eligibility

Can I do CPT in my final semester?

You can only do CPT in the final semester if it meets one of the following two requirements:

  • The course that is requiring you to engage in CPT is a requirement to graduate
  • You are concurrently enrolled in a course that is a requirement for you to graduated

You must also make sure to maintain your on-ground enrollment requirement during your final term!

As a reminder – you must also have approval from your co-op coordinator or advisor to engage in CPT in your final semester in addition to meeting the above OGS requirement.

Can I do remote work from home for CPT?

Unfortunately, working remotely from home does not qualify for CPT Authorization.

Can I get CPT for my independent study course?

Unfortunately, independent study courses do not qualify for CPT authorization.

Do I need authorization for an internship, co-op etc. that is unpaid?

Yes! Any work for a course that takes place off-campus must have prior authorization, even if this work is unpaid.

Is there a limit to the number of hours per week I can work while on CPT?

In order to know the answer to this you will need to understand what kind of CPT authorization you have. you can find this information on the second page of your I-20. If your I-20 states that you have part-time CPT then this means that you can never exceed 20 hours per week. If your I-20 states that you have full-time CPT then this means that there is no limit to the number of hours per week that you can work. However, you must always check with your advisor or co-op coordinator to see if they have a limit to the number of hours per week that you can work.

Do I need authorization for training dates?

Yes, all training dates require authorization. Remember, just because an opportunity is unpaid does not mean that it does not require authorization.

While on CPT

When can I start working after applying for CPT?

F-1 students can only begin working after they have received or picked up their newest I-20 with CPT authorization from OGS and when they are within the valid start and end dates listed on the second page.

How will I know if I have CPT authorization?

You will know if you have CPT authorization by checking the second page of your most recent I-20. On the second page of your I-20 you will be able to see all the details of your employment authorization.

Can I do a co-op/Internship and take classes at the same time?

Remember, CPT is curricular practical training. This means that you must always be enrolled in a course that requires you to be engaging off-campus. So, whenever you have CPT authorization, by default you must be also be enrolled in courses. If you would like to enroll in additional courses (to the one that is already requiring you to engage off-campus) there is nothing regulatory from an immigration standpoint that would prevent you from doing so. However, you must also check with your co-op department or advisor to see if there are academic or university restrictions that would prevent you from doing so.

Can I work on-campus while I have CPT?

Yes, students are allowed to work on-campus while they also have CPT. However, students are not allowed to work on an SGA (Stipended Graduate Assistantship) and have CPT at the same time.

My employer offered to extend my co-op/internship on a part-time basis. Can I do this?

All CPT (full-time and part-time) must meet all eligibility requirements. If you wish to extend your CPT authorization on a part-time basis this would need to meet all CPT eligibility requirements listed under our CPT Basics section.

Please note, that your academic department or co-op department may have restrictions beyond the regulatory CPT requirements provided by OGS. You must comply with these in order to get CPT. As a general rule, co-op is typically not allowed to be part-time.

After CPT is Completed

Does part-time CPT count towards the 364 day mark that affects my OPT eligibility?

No, part-time CPT authorization does not count towards the 364 day mark that affects OPT eligibility.

How can I find out how much CPT time I've used?

As a reminder, it is the student’s responsibility to keep track of how much CPT time they’ve used. Students can see how much CPT time they’ve used by looking at past I-20’s. Students can also request a screenshot of their current SEVIS record from OGS using our CPT Authorization History Request on our forms and guides page. This will show students all periods of CPT they have used at their current degree level.

Please note that OGS will not provide students with a count of how much CPT time has been used. OGS will only provide a listing of any periods of authorization that have been given. Also, OGS is not able to provide information on CPT used at other institutions. Students should contact previous institutions for any CPT time used there.

Information for Advisors, Co-op Coordinators and SEVIS Contacts

How to Get Authorized to Sign CPT Paperwork

Due to the complexities of CPT and the severe repercussions of unauthorized employment for F-1 students, OGS requires that anyone signing off on CPT must be approved before being allowed to sign off on paperwork for students. There are two types of trainings: Co-op Coordinator or CPT SEVIS Contact depending on the kind of paperwork that you will be signing off on.

These trainings cover topics such as: 

  • What requires work authorization?
  • What is CPT and OPT?
  • CPT Eligibility Requirements
  • CPT Application Process
  • Responsibilities of Co-op Coordinators or SEVIS Contacts
  • Common Pitfalls
  • Consequences of Unauthorized Employment
  • FAQ’s
  • Enrollment Requirements

If you are interested in getting trained please contact c.chapman@northeastern.edu to set up a time.

Please note that this approval is separate from the general SEVIS Contact training that OGS has. Even if you are an approved SEVIS contact – you may not have CPT approval authorization.

What is Curricular Practical Training?

  • CPT is a benefit given to eligible F-1 students to authorize off-campus practical training physically located anywhere in the US as required by a student’s curriculum or any co-op experience.
  • CPT can be done either full-time or part-time. Full-time is defined as more than 20 hours per week, and part-time is defined as 20 hours per week or less.
  • CPT is employer, location, full- or part-time, and date specific. The employer’s name and address and the precise start and end dates must be authorized by the OGS in advance in SEVIS.
  • CPT authorization must be obtained for each and every co-op, internship, practicum, clinical and corporate residency, or any other experiential training whether on or off-campus before any work or training is permitted to start.
  • There is a general exception for full-time enrolled students engaging in general on-campus employment for a maximum of 20 hours per week during an academic term and if not otherwise approved for CPT experiential opportunity.
  • CPT can be either paid or unpaid. All off-campus opportunities, even if unpaid, still require OGS authorization in advance. Retroactive authorization is not permitted.
  • Students cannot start employment prior to obtaining CPT authorization from the OGS. Working for even one day outside of the dates authorized by the OGS is a violation of F-1 student status.

CPT Eligibility Checklist for Advisors

Students applying for CPT must meet ALL of the requirements listed below: 
  1. The student is in F-1 visa status.
  2. The student is currently in good academic standing.
  3. They have completed one full-time academic year before the start of their CPT.
    • One full-time academic year is defined as two semesters of three quarters that meet minimum full-time F-1 standards.
    • Full-time F-1 means:
      • Graduate Students: 8 credits (at least 4 of which are taken on-ground) per term.
      • Undergraduate Students: 12 credits (at least 9 of which are taken on-ground) per term.
  4. The work or off-campus activity is related to their major program of study.
  5. The student is not engaging in the work or activity for the sole purpose of earning money or work experience – there is an academic need for them to engage.
  6. The student will be working at least half of the term
    • Half of the term is calculated by counting the days from the first day of classes in the term and the last day of finals for the term then dividing that number by 2. The student must be working at least this many days in the term cumulatively not consecutively.
  7. The student is/will be enrolled in co-op OR is enrolled in a course that meets all of the following requirements:
    1. The course is required for the student to graduate (satisfied a graduation requirement).
    2. The course requires that all students enrolled in the course engage off-campus.
  8. The student is/will be enrolled in co-op OR a course that meets above stated requirements for the entire period they are requesting CPT.
    1. Students are not eligible to have CPT authorization during terms in which they are not enrolled in a co-op or course that meets above stated requirements.
  9. If the student is requesting CPT in their final semester then they meet below requirements:
    • The course requiring the student to engage is REQUIRED for them to graduate OR they are concurrently enrolled a course that is a requirement for the to graduate.
    • Students may not engage in only co-op in their final semester unless it is a requirement for them to graduate.

Selecting Dates for CPT Authorization

The image below can be used to help determine what dates can be selected based off of the semester that students will be enrolled. Please note that each semester starts with a white line that represents the first day of classes and ends with a white line that represents the last day of finals. The short spaces in between the terms represent either winter break or the few days that exist between the end of finals for one term and the start of classes for the next term.

How CPT affects OPT

  • Please note there is no limit to the authorized period of CPT, if required by the academic program. However, if students go over 364 days of full-time CPT, this will trigger the loss of the Post-OPT benefit for that degree level. OGS recommends that students do not use 364 days to prevent accidentally going over. OGS recommends that students use no more than 357 days of full-time CPT.
  • Part-time CPT (20 hours per week or less) does not count towards the 364-day limit.
  • It is the responsibility of the student to keep track of how much CPT time has been used per degree level. Students may use past I-20 forms to keep track of CPT time used. Students can also use the CPT Authorization History eform if they would like all exact periods of authorization that they’ve used.

The co-op coordinators listed below have been approved by OGS to sign off on all CPT requests for co-op courses. Any co-op coordinator that would like to be added to the list should contact Casey Chapman at OGS. Please see the Approval Process Tab under Information for Advisors and Co-op Coordinators for more information.

College of Arts, Media and Design

Craig Bettinson – cr.bettinson@northeastern.edu

Lynn Burke – l.burke@northeastern.edu

Pamela Goodale – p.goodale@northeastern.edu

Michelle Hagopian – m.hagopian@northeastern.edu

William Jackson – w.jackson@northeastern.edu

Dori Peleg Mazor – d.mazor@northeastern.edu

Kellianne Murphy – k.murphy@northeastern.edu

Kriste O’Brien – kr.obrien@northeastern.edu

Jacqueline Sweeney – j.sweeney@northeastern.edu

Bouve College of Health Sciences

Robert Blaser – r.blaser@northeastern.edu

Mary Carney – m.carney@northeastern.edu

Jacqueline Diani – j.diani@northeastern.edu

Lisa Foster – l.foster@northeastern.edu

Vanecia Harrison-Sanders – v.harrison@northeastern.edu

Maureen Jenkins – m.jenkins@northeastern.edu

Deirdre Jordan – d.jordan@northeastern.edu

Moira Mannix-Votel – m.mannix@northeastern.edu

Kristen Morse – k.morse@northeastern.edu

Nancy Waggner – n.waggner@northeastern.edu

Mark Yorra – m.yorra@northeastern.edu

D'Amore-McKim School of Business

Anis Abdulle – a.abdulle@northeastern.edu

Maureen Basmajian – m.basmajian@northeastern.edu

Kayla Bassett – k.bassett@northeastern.edu

Charlie Bognanni – c.bognanni@northeastern.edu

Danielle Bouwman – d.bouwman@northeastern.edu

Emily Casey – e.casey@northeastern.edu

Esther Chewning – e.chewning@northeastern.edu

Elizabeth Chilvers – e.chilvers@northeastern.edu

Elisha Clark – el.clark@northeastern.edu

Judith Downey – j.downey@northeastern.edu

Andrea Dropkin – a.dropkin@northeastern.edu

Frank Gonzalez – f.gonzalez@northeastern.edu

Kelly Harrington – k.harrington@northeastern.edu

Cathy Hayes – c.hayes@northeastern.edu

Heather Hauck – h.hauck@northeastern.edu

Kelsey Hersh – k.hersh@northeastern.edu

Brooke Johnson – bro.johnson@northeastern.edu

Lizbeth Jones – l.jones@northeastern.edu

Sallyann Kakas – s.kakas@northeastern.edu

Mary Kane – m.kane@northeastern.edu

Ryann Kelley – r.kelley@northeastern.edu

Elizabeth Larson – el.larson@northeastern.edu

Elinor Levine – el.levine@northeastern.edu

Ernest Mauristhene – e.mauristhene@northeastern.edu

Samantha Mele – s.mele@northeastern.edu

Maura Miller – mau.miller@northeastern.edu

Megan Richmond – m.richmond@northeastern.edu

Eric Riese – e.riese@northeastern.edu

Christina Roberts – c.roberts@northeastern.edu

Erica Sands – e.sands@northeastern.edu

Linda Sarkisian – l.sarkisian@northeastern.edu

Maggie Shea – m.shea@northeastern.edu

Aryn Tomlinson – a.tomlinson@northeastern.edu

Natalie Wadia – n.wadia@northeastern.edu

College of Computer and Information Science

Priyanka Bishnoi – p.bishnoi@neu.edu

Smajl Cengic – s.cengic@northeastern.edu

Dodie Fontaine – k.fontaine@northeastern.edu

Aileen Kent Yates – a.kentyates@northeastern.edu

Nathanael Lash – n.lash@northeastern.edu

Paco Mesch – f.mesch@northeastern.edu

Yasmil Montes – y.montes@northeastern.edu

Melissa Peikin – m.peikin@northeastern.edu

Karyn Rosen – k.rosen@northeastern.edu

Ethan Selinger – e.selinger@northeastern.edu

Jennifer Shire – j.shire@northeastern.edu

Kathi Vander Laan – k.vanderlaan@northeastern.edu

College of Engineering

Brian Albrecht – b.albrecht@northeastern.edu

Cheryl Arruda – c.arruda@northeastern.edu

John Bleakney – j.bleakney@northeastern.edu

Sharon Britton – s.britton@northeastern.edu

Peter Cardillo – p.cardillo@northeastern.edu

Heather Carpenter-Oliveira – he.carpenter@northeastern.edu

Samuel Casey – k.casey@northeastern.edu

Sally Conant – s.conant@northeastern.edu

Mary Federico – m.c.federico@neu.edu

Gaby Fiorenza – g.fiorenza@northeastern.edu

Robson Goulart – r.goulart@northeastern.edu

Sara Grier – s.grier@northeastern.edu

Peg Grimes – m.grimes@northeastern.edu

Ali Joyce – a.joyce@northeastern.edu

Karen Kelley – k.kelley@northeastern.edu

Sarah Kostanski – s.kostanski@northeastern.edu

Matt Lenda – m.lenda@northeastern.edu

Tricia Lenihan – t.lenihan@northeastern.edu

Jackie Messina – j.messina@northeastern.edu

Laura Meyer – l.meyer@northeastern.edu

Sarah Mockler – s.mockler@northeastern.edu

Lorraine Mountain – l.mountain@northeastern.edu

Dana Munzner – d.munzner@northeastern.edu

Julie Nguyen – ju.nguyen@northeastern.edu

Alison Nogueira – a.nogueira@northeastern.edu

Jessica Ormsby – j.ormsby@northeastern.edu

Himlona Palikhe – h.palikhe@northeastern.edu

Jessica Pike – j.pike@northeastern.edu

Maricla Pirozzi – m.pirozzi@northeastern.edu

Daniel Saulnier – d.saulnier@northeastern.edu

Michael Schwartz – m.schwartz@northeastern.edu

Abby Skelton – a.skelton@northeastern.edu

Iraz Topaloglu – i.topaloglu@northeastern.edu

Josie Unger – j.unger@northeastern.edu

Janice Vanselow – j.vanselow@northeastern.edu

Jacob Walker – jw.walker@northeastern.edu

Rachel Walsh – ra.walsh@northeastern.edu

Rebecca Webb – r.webb@northeastern.edu

Diane Yasgur – d.yasgur@northeastern.edu

Nathaniel Ziegler – n.ziegler@northeastern.edu

College of Science

Kathleen Cameron Dioli – k.dioli@northeastern.edu

Lisa Campagnoni – l.campagnoni@northeastern.edu

Diane Chandler – d.chandler@northeastern.edu

Patricia Corrigan – p.corrigan@northeastern.edu

Chris Egan – c.egan@northeastern.edu

Michelle Israel – m.israel@northeastern.edu

Jordan Keefe – j.keefe@northeastern.edu

Sarah Klionsky – s.klionsky@northeastern.edu

Charlotte Lam – c.lam@northeastern.edu

Tina Mello – t.mello@northeastern.edu

Dave Merry – d.merry@northeastern.edu

Kate Porter – k.porter@northeastern.edu

Veronica Porter – v.porter@northeastern.edu

Alexandra Russ – a.russ@northeastern.edu

Lisa Tison-Thomas – l.tisonthomas@northeastern.edu

College of Social Sciences and Humanities

Jonathan Andrew – j.andrew@northeastern.edu

Linnea Basu – l.basu@northeastern.edu

Andy Casasanto-Ferro – a.casasantoferro@northeastern.edu

Richard Conley – r.conley@northeastern.edu

Lisa C. Doherty – l.doherty@northeastern.edu

Jean Egan – j.egan@northeastern.edu

Joani LaMachia – j.lamachia@northeastern.edu

Mary Mello – m.mello@northeastern.edu

Rebecca Westerling – r.westerling@northeastern.edu

Stephen Williams – s.williams@northeastern.edu

Lisa Worsh – l.worsh@northeastern.edu

Michelle Zaff – m.zaff@northeastern.edu

College of Professional Studies

Laura Evangelista – l.evangelista@northeastern.edu

Lucy Fitzpatrick – l.fitzpatrick@northeastern.edu

Morgan Hughes – mo.hughes@northeastern.edu

Chuck Kilfoye – c.kilfoye@northeastern.edu

School of Law

Destini Aguero – d.aguero@northeastern.edu

Naomi Bass – n.bass@northeastern.edu

Lisa Brathwaite – l.brathwaite@northeastern.edu

Patrick Cassidy – p.cassidy@northeastern.edu

Patricia Gould – p.gould@northeastern.edu

Meredith Joseph – m.joseph@northeastern.edu

Maura Kelly – m.kelly@northeastern.edu

Cynthia Tow McPherson – c.mcpherson@northeastern.edu

Dorothy Morgan – d.page@northeastern.edu

Gil Sayfan – g.sayfan@northeastern.edu

This list is intended for SEVIS Contacts who are approved by OGS to sign off on GRADUATE non-co-op CPT requests. If you would like to be added to this list please read the Approval Process tab under Information for Advisors and Co-op Coordinators.

College of Arts, Media and Design

Graduate Student Contact:

Moki Smith – mk.smith@northeastern.edu

Undergraduate Student Contact:

Kriste O’Brien – kr.obrien@northeastern.edu

D'Amore McKim School of Business

Lauren Fallon – l.fallon@northeastern.edu

Lizbeth Jones – l.jones@northeastern.edu

Sandra Leyne – s.leyne@northeastern.edu

Melissa Taggart – m.taggart@northeastern.edu

College of Computer and Information Science

Meg Barry – m.barry@northeastern.edu

Danielle DiFazio – d.difazio@northeastern.edu

Bryan Lackaye – b.lackaye@northeastern.edu

College of Engineering

Allison Jacobs – al.jacobs@northeastern.edu

Matthew Podgurski – m.podgurski@northeastern.edu

Lisa O’Neill – li.oneill@northeastern.edu

Bouve College of Health Sciences

Markus Rabelo – m.rabelo@northeastern.edu

Mariana DePaula – m.depaula@northeastern.edu

School of Law

Patrick Cassidy – p.cassidy@northeastern.edu

Meredith Joseph – m.joseph@northeastern.edu

Kendra Millay – k.millay@northeastern.edu

College of Science

Ilana Zeltser – i.zeltser@northeastern.edu

Melissa Rischall – m.rischall@northeastern.edu

Chelsea D’Aprile – c.daprile@northeastern.edu

College of Professional Studies

College of Social Sciences and Humanities

Undergraduate Contact:

Mary Mello – m.mello@northeastern.edu

Graduate Contacts:

Sheila Magee – s.magee@northeastern.edu

Amy Killeen – a.killeen@northeastern.edu