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:
- A professional academic advisor located in the Center for Student Academic Services
- A faculty mentor located in the student’s major department or program
- In addition, students who participate in the co-op program have a co-op coordinator
- Students interested in going on an international study program have access to an advisor in the Office of International Study Programs
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. To make an appointment with your Academic Advisor, please do so either in person (Renaissance Park), by phone (617-373-3980) or through myNEU portal’s Self-Service tab.
Human Services Faculty are also willing and able to meet with students on their interests.
***At this time faculty make their own appointments.***