When you choose Northeastern University’s College of Computer and Information Science you will have a bond with faculty and staff that lasts a lifetime. The infrastructure of support provides each student the opportunity to realize and accomplish their goals. Our team strives to empower students to seek challenges and opportunities where they can make a difference in the world.
You are invited to attend a targeted presentation about opportunities in the field of Computer and Information Science. Learn about the combined majors we offer with business, sciences and arts such as game design and music technology. Program will begin in the Admission Visitors Center at 11:00 a.m. each Monday. After the talk, you will have an opportunity to have a student led tour of the College. Click on Undergraduate Admissions to register or e-mail Doreen Hodgkin (email@example.com) if you have any questions.
A Learning Community (LLC) is a vibrant, inviting residential environment that adds immeasurably to your college experience. LLCs are welcoming, inspiring homes away from home in which to explore your interests with fellow first-year students. The CCIS LLC is focused on creating a community built outside of hard drives, programming, and C++ scripts. Combining computer science with real world applications, students in this LLC will explore the history and modern advances in computer technology. If you are interested in exploring how these innovations have changed the world, this may be the LLC for you! Students in this community will engage with faculty who are on the cutting edge of game design, will learn about innovative careers in the field of computer science, and live in a socially supportive environment.
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Our new state of the art building, West Village H, houses faculty, administrative, and co-op offices, research and student computing labs, classrooms for many of our classes, and ample student lounge areas.
In December 2005, the Boston Society of Architects/AIA voted to name West Village H as the winner of the 2005 Harleston Parker Medal for the best new building in the Boston area.
To send e-mail requesting additional information about the undergraduate degree programs in the College of Computer and Information Science, e-mail Doreen Hodgkin, Associate Dean of Administration and Student Services (firstname.lastname@example.org.)