About the Field Experience Office

Contact Us

Field Experience Office
Activities West, 1st Floor
200 Riverway
Boston MA 02215


8 a.m.-5 p.m. daily or by appointment

Contact Info:

P: 617-879-2165
F: 617-879-2407

Meet the Staff
How to Make/Cancel an Appointment
Best Ways to Communicate with Us
Wheelock College Honor Code

Meet the Staff

Paul AkouryPaul N. Akoury, Ph.D.
Assistant Director

Paul Akoury joined the Wheelock community in Fall 2013. He provides general oversight and strategic direction to the Field Experience office. In addition, he also facilitates program operations and placement procedures for undergraduate students in the early childhood education, elementary education, and teaching students with moderate disabilities programs.


Making/Canceling Appointments

Students are expected to make an appointment with a member of the Field Experience Office staff the semester prior to entering a field placement. Appointments usually last 20-30 minutes and are scheduled through MyWheelock by logging in with your email username and password and clicking the Appointments link to search the availability of our calendar.

All appointments must be scheduled online at least 24 hours in advance.

We recognize that students may need to occasionally cancel/reschedule appointments.  It is expected that you cancel your appointment on MyWheelock at least 24 hours in advance. If you don't cancel your appointment online and don't show-up you will be noted as a "no-show."

Communicating with the Field Experience Office

Email is the official method of communicating at Wheelock College. The Wheelock College Student Email Policy requires students to activate and utilize their Wheelock email accounts. The Policy was developed to set standards for communications between the College and its students, to ensure that all students have access to pertinent College information, and to ensure that administration, faculty, and staff of the College have a standardized method and a timely process for communications with students.

It is the student's responsibility to read College email communications on a regular basis and to take action in a timely manner, whenever appropriate (Student Handbook). Due to privacy regulations, the Field Experience Office will only communicate with students through Wheelock College email accounts and the preferred communication method is in-person.

Email Etiquette

  • Always use your Wheelock email account.
  • Always include a subject line such as "Question about my placement" in each email.
  • Write in the email address last to avoid accidentally sending an unfinished email.
  • Include a greeting like "Dear Dr. Smith" or "Good Morning Erin" at the beginning.
  • Identify who you are by including your full name in your email signature.
  • Double check spelling and grammar.
  • Do not include emoticons, slang, or text speak.
  • Allow 2-3 business days (Monday-Friday) for a response

Wheelock College Honor Code

It is the expectation of the College that all Wheelock College students will conduct themselves as good and respectful citizens, in accordance with the policies governing the College community. Any and all forms of dishonesty, including, but not limited to plagiarism, cheating, furnishing false information, forgery and altering or misusing documents are unacceptable. All students must comply with the Academic Honor Code at all times while they are enrolled at the College in order to create a fair academic environment for all. In disciplinary matters, students are expected to be honest and fully disclosing of the whole truth. Any attempt to deceive, withhold information, or obstruct the investigation or process of justice will be regarded as a violation of the Student Code of Conduct (For details, see the Student Handbook).

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