Admissions & Aid
The mission of the Center for Academic Advisement and Student Success is to assist undergraduate students in establishing, monitoring, and achieving graduation requirements. We provide student-focused, developmental advisement in an environment that recognizes the unique spirit and individuality of each student. We work with academic departments and administrative offices to develop and maintain a coordinated and comprehensive approach toward advisement.
Advisors are available to assist you whether you are a current student, an entering transfer student, or an entering first-year student. Presently, due to the current circumstances and in an effort to further protect the health and safety of our community, all academic advisement sessions will be conducted remotely by telephone.
The Center for Academic Advisement and Student Success (CAASS) will be conducting a series of academic advisement workshops.
These workshops will review Brooklyn College’s general education requirements (Pathways) and how to use the DegreeWorks interface and its many features
All workshops take place on Tuesdays, 12:30–2 p.m. via Zoom.
Register in advance for this meeting.
CAASS is offering a series of drop-in advisement events, via Zoom, to answer your academic advisement questions.
All workshops take place on Fridays, 9:30 a.m.–1 p.m. via Zoom.
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Center for Academic Advisement and Student Success
3207 Boylan Hall
Tracy Newton, Executive Director
Takiyah Lord, Associate Director
Robert Booras, Associate Director
Brittany Alleyne, Junior Academic Adviser
Regina Calloway, Senior Academic Adviser
Joseph Campisi, Senior Academic Adviser
Zoraida Hernandez, Senior Academic Adviser
Sabrina Husband, Academic Adviser
Claudine Marcantonio, Senior Academic Adviser
Mildred Nieves-Rivera, Senior Academic Adviser
Peter Pampalone, Senior Academic Adviser
Stephany Rodriguez, Senior Academic Adviser