Our mission CCIS undergraduate advising collaborates with students to help them maximize their success as they explore and work to achieve their academic and professional goals. What we do There are many ways academic advisors help students, including: Discussing academic and professional goals Explaining university, college, departmental, program of study and honors requirements Assisting with […]
Undergraduate co-op process and requirements Academic progress and personal responsibility are the primary criteria in determining co-op eligibility. Students must complete all requisite courses, be in good academic standing, and exhibit professional maturity. You will be assigned a co-op coordinator to work with you throughout the process- from the time you begin to prepare for your […]
Undergraduate Co-op FAQ
The questions below are specific to the CCIS co-op program. If you have additional questions, please contact Karyn Rosen or review the Northeastern University Co-op FAQ.
Undergraduate Co-op Policies
The policies below are specific to the CCIS co-op program. If you have additional questions, please contact Karyn Rosen or visit Northeastern University Cooperative Education and Career Development.
Whether you’ve been writing code since you were 10 or are just now learning the fundamentals, you may need some extra help along the way. That’s why CCIS provides student resources that cover everything from improving grades and your health to connecting with peers and printers.
Today’s highly digital world requires a high level of technical proficiency from every graduate entering the workforce. CCIS minors provide the computer science skills and critical knowledge you need to succeed—in just five CS courses. Even if you don’t have any programming experience, a minor in computer or information science is within reach. Choosing the […]
Student Groups and Engagement
CCIS has a small college feel with all the resources of a major research university. The culture is collaborative and team oriented, and over time most students develop a strong sense of community and belonging by joining and leading student groups at CCIS and Northeastern. We encourage you to get involved and take advantage of […]
First Year Students
Congratulations on your acceptance to Northeastern University—and welcome to CCIS. The information below will help you prepare for your academic experience as well as life on campus. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 617.373.6519. Welcome! In order to best prepare yourself for joining Northeastern University, be sure to visit the […]
CCIS offers unique undergraduate research opportunities, which are crucial for students planning to pursue graduate school or a research-driven career. It’s a chance to dive into challenging, important projects that transform your education and open the door to a brighter future. At CCIS, there are many ways for undergraduates to participate in our vibrant research […]