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It’s an exciting time to be a student at Northeastern, and you’ll find a wealth of resources on campus to help you make the most of your time here. Whether you have a question about your financial aid, need to contact the computer help desk, or want to find out more about student organizations, the Undergraduate Student Handbook can help guide you to the information you need. The following is a list of academic and campus resources available to you at Northeastern. Visit the offices’ websites for more details about the services each provides. In eastern Massachusetts, you must dial area codes even for local calls. The area code for all listed telephones is 617 unless otherwise noted. Colleges and Schools

College of Arts, Media and Design

Office of the Dean

www.northeastern.edu/camd 102 Ryder Hall

373.5088

D’Amore-McKim School of Business

Office of the Dean

www.damore-mckim.northeastern.edu/

Undergraduate Programs

www.damore-mckim.northeastern.edu/ugrad/

Graduate Programs

www.damore-mckim.northeastern.edu/grad/

Graduate School of Professional Accounting

www.damore-mckim.northeastern.edu/grad/

373.3232

101 Hayden Hall 373.3270

250 Dodge Hall 373.5992

350 Dodge Hall 373.3244

412 Dodge Hall

www.damore-mckim.northeastern.edu/ste/ School of Technological E-mail: ste@neu.edu Entrepreneurship 304 Hayden Hall

373.2788

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Academic Resources

College of Computer and Information Science

Office of the Dean

www.northeastern.edu/ccis 202 West Village H

373.2462

Graduate School

www.northeastern.edu/ccis/graduate

373.2462

E-mail: gradschool@ccs.neu.edu 202 West Village H College of Engineering

Office of the Dean

www.northeastern.edu/coe 230 Snell Engineering Center

Undergraduate

www.coe.neu.edu/coe/ undergraduate/studentservices E-mail: stuserv@coe.neu.edu 220 Snell Engineering Center

Student Services

373.2154

373.2154

Graduate School

www.northeastern.edu/coe/gse E-mail: grad-eng@coe.neu.edu 130 Snell Engineering Center

373.2711

Connections

www.connections.coe.neu/edu 373.3056 E-mail: connections@connections.coe.neu.edu 400 Snell Engineering Center

NUPRIME Northeastern University Program in Multicultural Engineering

www.coe.neu.edu/coe/undergraduate/ studentservices/diversity/nuprime.html

Women in Engineering Programs

www.coe.neu.edu/coe/undergraduate/ 373.3402 studentservices/diversity/womeninengineering.html

373.5904

E-mail: ri.harris@neu.edu 220 Snell Engineering Center

E-mail: r.reisberg@neu.edu 220 Snell Engineering Center

BouvĂŠ College of Health Sciences

Office of the Dean

www.northeastern.edu/bouve 373.3323 215 Behrakis Health Sciences Center

Undergraduate 120 Behrakis Health Sciences Center 373.3320 Student Services Graduate School 123 Behrakis Health Sciences Center 373.2708

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College of Professional Studies

Office of the Dean

www.northeastern.edu/cps 50 Nightingale Hall E-mail: cpadmissions@neu.edu

373.2400

College of Science

Office of the Dean

www.northeastern.edu/cos 115 Richards Hall

373.5085

Undergraduate Student Services

206 Mugar Hall

373.4475

College of Social Sciences and Humanities

Office of the Dean

www.northeastern.edu/cssh 420 Renaissance Park

373.5173

Undergraduate Student Services

420 Renaissance Park

373.3980

www.northeastern.edu/law 120 Knowles Center

373.3307

School of Law

Office of the Dean

University-Wide Programs

Ujima Scholars Program

Ujima Scholars Program

www.northeastern.edu/aai/services/ujima.html

373.4912

40 Leon Street, 40 West Village F

The University Honors Program

The University Honors Program

www.northeastern.edu/honors 150 Richards Hall

373.2333

Program for Undeclared Students

Program for Undeclared Students

www.northeastern.edu/undeclared 1 Meserve Hall

373.3980

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General Studies Program

General Studies Program

www.northeastern.edu/gsp 1 Meserve Hall

373.3980

TRACE (Student Evaluation of Courses) Students play a critical role in the University’s commitment to quality teaching and academic excellence when they participate in the evaluation of courses through TRACE (Teacher Rating And Course Evaluation), a survey developed collaboratively by the Student Government Association and the Faculty Senate. TRACE data is important in the process of course design and improvement, as well as in the process of faculty development. Students are strongly encouraged to participate in TRACE with constructive feedback that is relevant to teaching and course content. TRACE results from previous terms can be found on myNEU.

Research Centers www.northeastern.edu/research

Centers

As a national research university, Northeastern is home to numerous interdisciplinary research centers and institutes that focus on a variety of subject areas, including: Biology and Biotechnology Business Management and Employment Crime and Violence Prevention Education Engineering Health Issues Law Software and Technology Urban and Public Policy Alphabetical List of Research Centers and Institutes

Visit www.northeastern.edu/research for the most updated list of centers. Advanced Scientific Computation Center Antimicrobial Discovery Center Barnett Institute of Chemical and Biological Analysis Bernard M. Gordon Center for Subsurface Sensing and Imaging Systems (CenSSIS) Brudnick Center on Violence and Conflict Center for Advanced Microgravity Materials Processing (CAMMP) Center for Awareness and Location of Explosives-Related Threats (ALERT) Center for Communications and Digital Signal Processing (CDSP) Center for Complex Network Research (CCNR) 4

Center for Criminal Justice Policy Research Center for Drug Discovery Center for Family Business Center for High-Rate Nanomanufacturing Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Complex Systems (CIRCS) Center for Microcontamination Control Center for Microwave Magnetic Materials and Integrated Circuits (CM3IC) Center for Pharmaceutical Biotechnology and Nanomedicine Center for Translational NeuroImaging (CTNI) Center for Urban Environmental Studies Domestic Violence Institute Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy (CURP) Electronic Materials Research Institute (eMRI) Humanities Center Institute for Complex Scientific Software (ICSS) Institute for Global Innovation Management Institute for Information Assurance Institute for Security and Public Policy in Criminal Justice Institute on Race and Justice Institute on Urban Health Research (IUHR) Marine Science Center National Education and Research Center for Outcomes Assessment in Healthcare (NERCOA) New England Inflammation and Tissue Protection Institute Northeastern University Center for Renewable Energy Technology (NUCRET) Public Health Advocacy Institute (PHAI) Sport in Society, a Northeastern University Center STEM Education Center University Administration

College and School Deans

College of Arts, Media and Design Dean Xavier Costa D’Amore-McKim School of Business Dean Hugh Courtney College of Computer and Information Science To be announced College of Engineering Dean Nadine Aubry Academic Resources • 5

Bouvé College of Health Sciences Dean Terry Fulmer College of Professional Studies Dean John G. LaBrie College of Science Dean J. Murray Gibson College of Social Sciences and Humanities Interim Dean Uta Poiger School of Law Dean Jeremy Paul University Senior Staff—Academic Year 2013–2014

President Joseph E. Aoun Provost Stephen W. Director Senior Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Life Philomena V. Mantella Senior Vice President for External Affairs Michael A. Armini Senior Vice President for Institutional Advancement Diane N. MacGillivray Senior Vice President and General Counsel Ralph C. Martin, II University Offices and Services

Academic Assistance Guide

Academic Assistance Guide

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www.advising.neu.edu


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