Each student under 45 credits is assigned an Academic Advisor/Counselor in the Office of Student Development who will arrange appointments with Grove's students several times during the first semester and throughout the first two year (s) of college until each student reaches 45 credits. OSD also offers peer advising/peer mentoring services
The OSD advisor/counselor will:
For all undergraduate students in the Grove School of Engineering, OSD works with each department:
- review student's concerns about transfer credits/advanced standing
- refer students to tutoring services in the OSD's Tutorial Center and Learning Laboratory (ST 2M7) and in the Division of Science
- conduct advising meetings with students to monitor academic progress and authorize course selection
- provide advisement on academic policies, rules and regulations
- assist with career development such as resume writing, interviewing strategies, professional development and opportunity referral as students prepare for and search for internship/co-op, student development, community service, and leadership opportunities
- provide general advice about the fields of engineering studies and refer students (for mentoring and specialized advising) to designated department faculty who serve as departmental mentors for lower-division students who may have more in-depth questions about the major and the profession
- offer short-term counseling on the transition to college, personal development, financial and employment challenges, and on academic development such as study skills, test-taking strategies, and stress management.
Your Financial Aid Award: For updates on your award, please contact:
- to facilitate co-op and internship opportunities
- to refer students for GSOE departmental scholarship opportunities
- to assist students with information on undergraduate research and graduate school opportunities
the Financial Aid Office, 1st Fl. Administration, (212) 650-5819/6656
Your Bill/Payment Due:
Your bill needs validating with a Bursar’s stamp even if your total is “0”, at the Registrar’s site online or in person at the Bursar’s Office, A103. Without validation your classes will most likely be dropped. The Bottom Right of your bill shows the due date for payment, your award amount, and the cost of your tuition and fees. Check your bill to ensure the classes/times listed are correct. If not, visit OSD in Steinman Hall, Room 2M7.
Referral for scholarships and other possible aid
: Contact the GSOE's office that is responsible for scholarships directly or contact OSD, Room ST-2M7, 212-650-8040 for a referral.
: Contact Office of Student Disability Services.
Look for Notices on the blackboard or door to learn if your classroom has been moved to another room or for information on whether an instructor has changed, or to see whether a particular class has been postponed that day due to instructor’s absence. Don’t assume that the class was canceled. If you cannot find a class, check with the Administrative Assistant of the department where the course resides.
Attendance in Courses:
Attend all classes whether or not attendance is taken. If you withdraw, you need to get a “Withdrawal Form” approved by Rawlins Beharry, the Director of the OSD (ST-2M7) after you have obtained the necessary signatures such as the instructor. Withdrawing after the stated “W” deadline date (see academic calendar under "Quick Links" on the CCNY main page) without authorization will result in a “WU” grade which is equivalent to an “F”.
: Use your Campus Map.
Know what is required and purchase books early in the semester.
Changing your schedule:
Visit OSD in Steinman Hall 2M7 according to the semester's academic calendar.
: Can be found in the College Bulletin (CDs are available in ST 2M7).
DEPARTMENT CHAIRS/PROGRAM ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTORS
, Prof. John Tarbell
, Prof. Alexander Couzis
, Prof. Claire McKnight
Computer Engineering (Administrative Director)
, Dr. Sam Fenster
, Prof. Douglas Troeger
NAC 8/208, 212-650-6631/6632
Earth System Science and Environmental Engineering,
Professor/Director Fred Moshary
, Prof. Roger Dorsinville
ST-602, Phone: 212-650-7248
Mechanical Engineering, Prof. Feridun Delale
Transition to College Seminars/Consultations
Communicating via EMAIL:
- Habits of Successful Students (contact OSD for scheduling)
- Essential Resources for Academic Success (contact OSD for scheduling)
- Habits of Personal Wellness for Academic Success (contact OSD for scheduling)
OSD communicates regularly with all Engineering Students via EMAIL. Therefore, activate your CCNY email address immediately, and check it daily for advising/registration updates and for upcoming GSOE events and activities as well as opportunities.
Registering for your next semester:
1. Check your CCNY email account for an OSD message regarding dates of mandatory academic advising and registration in Steinman Hall 2M7 for next semester.
2. Make an appointment early with your assigned OSD advisor to ensure no delay in your registration.
3. Make sure your financial aid is in order.
4. Consult with your OSD advisor and sign your Registration Form.
5. Register online if your G.P.A. is above 2.0. To register online, go to eSIMS on the Registrar's link. Directions for registering through eSIMS can be found on the Registrar's site for the college.
6. Pick up your bill at the Bursar's Office and pay according to the date shown on the bill. Delay in payment will most likely result in you being de-registered from your courses.
7. Make sure that you have passed the necessary requisites with the required minimum passing grade to move to the next level of courses before the beginning of the next semester and make sure that you are taking or have passed the necessary co-requisites with the required minimum passing grade before the beginning of the next semester for the courses that you will take for the upcoming semester (any questions and/or to make changes to your schedule, please contact your OSD advisor; it is best for you to make the necessary adjustments under the consultation of your OSD advisor before the date for 100% refund for the upcoming semester).
MAJOR CURRICULUM SHEETS AND DEPARTMENT WEB SITES
APPROVED LIST OF LIBERAL ARTS