There are several ways to contact course staff:
- Private Piazza post:
These can be seen by all course staff (instructors, TAs, tutors).
Please do not direct posts to individual staff members, as they're likely to be missed.
If you're asking a question about your assignment code, please follow the
private post template.
- firstname.lastname@example.org: Messages sent to this email
can be seen by some of this semester's Head TAs and the instructors.
We keep the emails, so future (head) TAs may also have access.
We can delete any email you sent us after the fact if you request it.
If you are sharing personal information, you may not want to send it there.
- Extension request form: Please
fill out this form if you would like to request an extension due to extenuating
circumstances. If you request an extension via Piazza or the course email, you will be
directed to this form.
- Book an accommodations appointment:
You can use this calendar to book an appointment to discuss accommodations, DSP
or otherwise. If you believe, for
any reason, that you will need extra support or
flexibility to succeed in the class, please book one of these appointments.
- OH feedback form:
This is an anonymous Google form that is readable only by the instructors and is specifically for giving feedback
on interactions you've had with course staff during office hours (negative or positive!).
- General feedback form: This is another anonymous Google
form that is readable only by the instructors. Please use it to share any feedback about the course
and how we can improve it.
- Individual email addresses: All of our email addresses are listed on the staff pages.
We encourage you to use the options above if they meet your needs, since they
will reach more people. However, this is a good option when sharing personal information.
The EECS department also provides many ways
to report issues within the department. Please do report any incidents to us or to the department using
the department form, so that we can continue
to improve the CS student experience. Thank you!