In Spring 2013, the College of Engineering and Engineering Technology (CEET) implemented a new hybrid advising model and formed the Central Advising Office (CAO). The CAO provides academic advising for all CEET students who have not yet met the Academic Success Marker for his/her major.
For engineering (ELE, ISYE and MEE) majors, that means they will be in the CAO until successfully passing MATH 230 with a grade of "C" or better. Majors within the Department of Technology will receive advising in the CAO until successfully passing MATH 110 with a grade of "C" or better.
Once a student meets his/her Academic Success Marker, they will be transferred to the major department where they will receive advising from a faculty member for the remainder of their academic career at CEET.
If you are an ELE, ISYE or MEE major who has not yet passed MATH 230 with a grade of "C" or better, or you are a TECH major who has not yet passed MATH 110 with a grade of "C" or better, call 815-753-8024, to set up an advising appointment.
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Amanda is the Director of Academic Advising for the college's Central Advising Office (CAO). If you have not yet passed the Academic Success Marker for your major, if you are on academic probation, or if you are an undergraduate student in need of further assistance, please contact Amanda at 815-753-8071.
Jason is the Academic Advisor for the college’s Central Advising Office (CAO). If you have not yet passed the Academic Success Marker for your major and need assistance, please contact Jason at 815-753-3130.
Ashleigh is the student success specialist for engineering students. She is not an academic advisor, however she does works closely with the Central Advising Office. She is committed to helping students persist and succeed in their academic endeavors and understands the demands and challenges that students may face. She connects students to relevant campus resources and works one on one with students on topics such as study skills, time management, organization, and goal setting. If you would like to set up an appointment with her, please call 815-753-1298 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Academic Requirement Report (formerly DARS or DPR) is a statement of an undergraduate student's progress toward completion of university academic requirements. Students should check their progress reports in MyNIU at least once per semester -- after grades are posted and prior to speaking with an advisor regarding academic progress.