LaPenta School of Business Advising
Graduate Business Students
All Graduate MBA, MS, and Certificate students will be advised by the Assistant Dean for the LaPenta School of Business, Katelyn (Brunck) Giordano. Email: KBrunck@iona.edu.
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Students can meet to discuss their upcoming coursework for all trimester and summer sessions in person, over the phone, or via Zoom. During these advisement appointments students will be given a course of study sheet that includes all coursework they need as well as permission codes.
Undergraduate Business Students
Advisement for Undeclared Business Students
Student advisement for freshman and sophomores is handled by the Advising Center.
Please email: Advising@iona.edu.
Advisement for Declared Business Majors
Declared Business Majors are advised by the departmental faculty of their major department. Please contact your departmental chair for specific program and graduation requirements, and plan to view program information online through the LaPenta School of Business departmental links. Individual student degree audits are available through the Student Center in PeopleSoft.
Work closely with your departmental faculty chair to ensure your timely and successful completion of all degree requirements.
LaPenta School of Business Undergraduate BBA Majors and Department Chairs:
Accounting: Prof. Katherine Kinkela email: KKinkela@iona.edu
Business Administration: Prof. John Meyer email: JMeyer@iona.edu
Finance: Prof. John Manley email: JManley@iona.edu
Information Systems: Prof. Shoshana Altschuller email: SAltschuller@iona.edu
International Business: Prof. Eric Hamerman email: EHamerman@iona.edu
Management: Prof. John Meyer email: JMeyer@iona.edu
Marketing: Prof. Eric Hamerman email: EHamerman@iona.edu
The following are links to online forms and instructions that students may use for both Transfer Credit Authorization and Readmission Application. Please review this information and contact the Dean's office with any questions you may have.
Samuel Rudin Academic Resource Center
The Samuel Rudin Academic Resource Center provides academic support to our students in a positive and welcoming environment by providing individualized and group tutoring.
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College Assistance Program (CAP)
The College Assistance Program (CAP) offers comprehensive support and services for students with diagnosed learning disabilities, AD/HD, traumatic brain injuries or are on the autism spectrum.
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Center for Advising and Academic Services
The Center for Advising and Academic Services empowers students to find their own path and then guides them toward majors in which they can find success.
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