Each student in the Goodwin College of Education (GCOE) is assigned an advisor to provide individualized guidance and direction about how to achieve academic and career goals.
Your advisor will assist you academically and personally during your time at NEIU. You will meet virtually or in person with your advisor before you register for classes each semester. Your advisor will give you advice about courses, majors and job options. In addition, they will help you address any issues that you might encounter, such as meeting licensure requirements, transferring coursework, or accessing academic, career or health and wellness support.
The most effective advising relationships are those in which the advisor and advisee know each other well, so students should be prepared to speak candidly with their advisor about their goals, backgrounds and concerns.
To contact a GCOE advisor, consult the information below. If you need assistance, please contact the Office of the Dean. The Office is located in Lech Walesa Hall (LWH), Room 4044. Alternatively, you can email us at email@example.com or call (773) 442-5500.
Undergraduate advisors are full-time professionals who are committed to supporting each student in developing and implementing an individualized plan for academic success and career development. Undergraduate advisors are available for each major in the college and most can be found on the lower level of Lech Walesa Hall.
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
For advising and information, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE LEVEL EDUCATION
Main Campus, Room LWH 0019
SPECIAL EDUCATION (LBS 1)
Main Campus, Room LWH 0016
SECONDARY EDUCATION & ART, MUSIC AND SPANISH
Main Campus, Room LWH 4007
PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY HEALTH
Main Campus, Room PE 1131
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (UNIVERSITY CENTER OF LAKE COUNTY)
Dr. Shirley Caruso
Main Campus, Room LWH 2061
University Center of Lake County (UCLC) Room 220A
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (MAIN CAMPUS)
Main Campus, Room LWH 40511
URBAN COMMUNITY STUDIES
Jacob H. Carruthers Center for Inner City Studies, Room CCICS 302
Typically, graduate advisors are faculty members who provide individualized guidance and support about how to achieve academic and career goals within a specific graduate degree program or major.
The College of Graduate Studies and Research updates the comprehensive list of NEIU graduate advisors each semester. See the entire list, including the individuals responsible for graduate advising in the Goodwin College of Education.
If you need assistance locating a GCOE graduate advisor, please contact the Office of the Dean. The Office is located in Lech Walesa Hall (LWH), Room 4044. Alternatively, you can email us at email@example.com or call (773) 442-5500.