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The Undergraduate Program Office, within the CIS Student Services Suite, is located on the 5th floor of Rhodes Halll. Direct questions to email@example.com or to the most appropriate of these individuals:
Director of Undergraduate Studies
The Director oversees all aspects of the undergraduate program, including requirements, new course offerings, course scheduling, faculty teaching, and faculty advising. The Director is the principal faculty contact with all academic units that have undergraduate concerns.
Assistant Director of Undergraduate Advising
516 Rhodes Hall (M-R on campus, F remote)
Phone: (607) 255-0982
Nicole works primarily with students with last names starting with the letters M-Z and internal and external transfer students. She provides general advising to majors and non-majors with regard to the CS major curriculum, the CS and Game Design Minors, and policy. She also meets with prospective students and families and those students wishing to transfer to the CS program from inside and outside of Cornell. Feel free to stop by during office hours or schedule an appointment.
Undergraduate Academic Advisor
Ryan Marchenese (MTWF on campus, R remote)
518 Rhodes Hall
Ryan works primarily with students with last names starting with the letters A-L. He provides general advising to majors and non-majors regarding the CS major curriculum, the CS and Game Design Minors, and policy. He also meets with prospective students and families and those students wishing to transfer to the CS program from inside and outside of Cornell. Feel free to stop by during office hours or schedule an appointment.
Office: 526 Rhodes Hall (WRF on campus, MT remote)
Phone: (607) 255-3534
Administrative questions regarding course offerings, general course policies, consulting, and other miscellaneous course-related items should be directed to Megan.
Student Employment Rep.
Office: 512 Rhodes Hall (T -F on campus, M remote)
Phone: (607) 255-8892
Student Employment questions should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org