Academic Support & Resources

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Office of Student Affairs

The Office of Student Affairs is located in the Dean's Office in the School of Engineering, Huang 135. Come to us for help with any undergraduate school-level policies or procedures, from filing an academic petition to preparing for graduation. Student Affairs also works with our departments to make sure that graduate financial and academic policies are well-understood and fairly implemented -at the University, School and department level- and to develop administrative support for all aspects of graduate education. The main contacts for undergraduate student services are given here; check the Dean’s Office Directory for contact information. A graduate student's first line of communication is usually at the department level (your advisor and your department student services office), but please come to our office if there are questions or issues that need further explanation.

Department Student Services Staff

Each of our departments and programs has a dedicated Student Services staff to support undergraduate and graduate education. The primary contacts in each department are:

Aeronautics and Astronautics

Patrick Ferguson


Teri Hankes 
Justin Lind

Biomedical Computation

Darlene Lazar

Chemical Engineering

Pamela Dixon 
Jeanne Cosby  

Civil and Environmental Engineering + Architectural Design + Atmosphere/Energy

Jill Filice 
Brenda Sampson

Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering

Indira Choudhury (PhD)

Computer Science

Claire Stager 
Meredith Hutchin

Electrical Engineering

Amy Duncan 
Meo Kittiwanich

Management Science and Engineering

Lori Cottle

Materials Science and Engineering

Kevin Gribble 
Mara Violanti

Mechanical Engineering + Biomechanical Engineering +  Product Design

Kelly Guerriero 
Indrani Stangl

Undergraduate Academic Life

Many academic programs and resources can be found through the Undergraduate Academic Life website. Use it to stay on top of important deadlines and events, plan your academic schedule and find useful resources such as one-on-one tutoring or academic skills coaching.