Academic Advising

Academic advising is an ongoing process that engages students in educational planning consistent with their academic strengths and personal and career goals. This student-centered advising process involves an active partnership among students, academic advisors and faculty mentors including:

 

Academic Advisor

Located in 180 Renaissance Park, the Office of Student Academic Affairs is a central place where undergraduate students in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities can go with all academic questions. This office is a good first place to go for any kind of academic concern. Academic advisors provide general guidance on academic matters and assist students in their progress from orientation through graduation.

College of Social Sciences and Humanities’ academic advisors for majors are listed here. Your academic advisor will assist you with course selection and semester planning (co-op timing, etc.). Faculty mentors will assist you with discipline related needs such as academic goals, and graduate and professional planning. Your degree audit can be found through your myNortheastern portal Self-Service tab “My Degree Audit”.   To make an appointment with your academic advisor, please do so either in person (180 Renaissance Park), by phone  (617.373.3980) or through your myNortheastern portal Self-Service tab.

 

Undergraduate Program Advisor

Located in each academic department, Undergraduate Program Advisor mentor students and function as the student’s main connection with the major.  Human Services faculty are willing and able to meet with students on their interests.  Find your faculty advisor here.

***At this time faculty make their own appointments.***

 

Co-op Coordinator

The co-op coordinator works with the student to prepare him or her for co-op and the interviewing process. Co-op Coordinators help the student identify co-op jobs that best fit with his or her academic, professional and personal goals.  Find your co-op coordinator here.

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