Meet Your Academic Advisors

Learn more about the academic advisors in the Office of Academic Advising at Emmanuel College.

Academic Advising Offices

ADM 320, 322 and 323
Mainline: (617) 735-9872

Susan Aguiar

Academic Advisor

B.A., Emmanuel College; M.Ed., Suffolk University

Office: ADM 320A

Phone: (617) 735-9835

Carolyn A. Caveny

Associate Director of Academic Advising

B.S. The College of St. Rose; M.Ph., Newton College of the Sacred Heart; M.A., Emmanuel College

Office: ADM 320C

Phone: (617) 264-7733

Dorice Y. Griffith

Academic Advisor

B.A., Emmanuel College; M.Ed., Bridgewater State College; M.A., Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology

Office: ADM 320B

Phone: (617) 732-1635

Matthew Hickey

Academic Advisor

B.A., Emmanuel College; M.Sc., The University of Edinburgh

Office: ADM 320D

Phone: (617) 735-9884

Stephanie Kuchova

Academic Advisor

B.S.B.A., Western New England University; M.S., Miami University

Office: ADM 322A

Phone: (617) 735-9935

Jill Pickener

Academic Advisor

B.A., University of Vermont; M.Ed., University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Office: ADM 323

Phone: (617) 735-9795

Sr. Susan Thornell, SND

Associate Dean of Academic Advising

B.A., Emmanuel College; M.A., College of New Rochelle

Office: ADM 322B

Phone: (617) 735-9824

What Students Say

“The Academic Advising Office was pivotal in the start of my career here at Emmanuel College; not only did my advisor check in with me now and again to make sure I was able to keep up with my work load, but she helped to fill in the blanks of my Four-Year Academic Plan so I was prepared when registration came around every semester! This office has definitely been a huge help and kept me ahead of the game from the beginning!”
—Rachel Philibert, Class of 2016

"You're able to create not only professional relationships with your advisors, but also gain another friendly face to greet while walking through campus, someone who is looking out for your best interest. The support given from the Academic Advising Office is wonderful".
—Gabriella Steffenberg, Class of 2016