The CIT Advising office will no longer be holding open office hours, but rather we have moved to an open door policy to create more flexibility for students to stop by. What does this mean? Simply drop by our office and we are happy to help as long as we are not with another student. This goal is to create more flexibility for student schedules, so we look forward to seeing you all throughout the week.
Other ways to connect with me:
We can discuss concerns by phone, email (be sure to use your Purdue email!), or Boiler Connect is available for my students to schedule appointments with me during times I am available (https://purdue.campus.eab.com/pal/06R0eUg-bB). Note: You cannot book an appointment in Boiler Connect sooner than 12 hours out, so plan accordingly. Be sure to indicate whether you want an in-person or virtual visit, and you will receive an email confirmation upon scheduling an appointment that will include my office number or information on how to access my WebEx room.
CODO Walk-in Hours (For CODO Applications)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, use CODO as your subject line, and attach all required documents with your message. An advisor will consult with you via email or set up a phone appointment. Be sure you have read through our CODO website and completed all necessary steps prior to reaching out.
Lisa Klein is an Academic Advisor in the Department of Computer and Information Technology at Purdue University's Polytechnic Institute. She has a Masters of Education degree in Learning and Technology from Western Governors University and a Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education from Ball State University. Lisa comes to Purdue from a secondary education background, having taught High School Spanish for 13 years.