The College of Computer and Information Science (CCIS) prides itself on the support services available to our students. If you are seeking academic assistance, you should first seek out the instructor teaching the specific course. The College also provides extensive tutoring for the freshmen level courses as well as tutoring for the upper level courses. Should you need further assistance, please seek out your Academic Advisor and/or Richard Rasala, Associate Dean of the Undergraduate Program. Doreen Hodgkin, Associate Dean of Administration and Student Affairs is also available. Please e-mail us (“Advising” email@example.com) with a question or to schedule an appointment. Please be sure to put your name in the subject line.
|Mark Erickson||Assistant Dean-Coop Education & Student Services||302 WVHfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Wendy Gordon-Hewick||Assistant Director- Academic Advising||202A WVHemail@example.com|
|Andrea Hauser||Academic Advisor||202A1 WVHfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Doreen Hodgkin||Associate Dean- Administration & Student Affairs||202 WVHemail@example.com|
|Prajna Kulkarni||Academic Advisor||202N WVHfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Richard Rasala||Professor & Associate Dean- Undergraduate Programs||313 WVHemail@example.com|
We are proud of our facilities and encourage students to utilize our beautiful space throughout the building. There are several glass conference rooms on the 3rd and 4th floors that are available to students. You will also find tables and chairs throughout the building so that you can work on your group projects. The lab (102) on the first floor is for students enrolled in the College and is a space that supports students working on their projects or seeking assistance from the many undergraduate tutors that are hired by the College.
We thought it would be helpful for you to have quick access to the following links:
Northeastern Online Catalog
Enhanced Class Search
Self-Service Banner (SSB)
Advanced Placement and Transfer Credit
Students are advised to submit Advanced Placement and Transfer Credit documentation in as soon as possible, preferably before the first day of class of the first term of enrollment. This helps to ensure timely processing of Northeastern University course equivalencies. Documentation is submitted to Admissions prior to students attending the first day of class. After the first day of class, documentation is submitted to CCIS advisors. Documentation received after 1 month of classes may result in delays for processing.
Course Sequence Patterns
Patterns of Attendance (POA)
The CCIS network is managed by our own staff. If you need assistance, you should go to the following website: technical help.