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Teaching at the Evening & Weekend MBA Program (Wieboldt Hall- Chicago Campus)

Welcome to Kellogg’s Evening & Weekend MBA Program at Wieboldt Hall on the Chicago Campus! Located at 340 E. Superior, we aim to provide you with a seamless experience as you teach here. To that end, below is important information to assist you. For any additional information or assistance, please call us at: (312) 503-8385 (or 3-8385 from the Evanston campus), or visit our Contacts page.   We look forward to working with you! 

Where to go for help
Not sure who to go to for what? Click here for a listing of common requests and who to contact for assistance. A full listing of the Evening & Weekend MBA Program team with photos may be found on the E&W MBA intranet

Preparing to Teach at Wieboldt


Quarter and Schedule Information

Summer 2018 will commence on Monday, June 25, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. for evening classes and Saturday, June 30, 2018 at 9:00 a.m for Saturday classes. 

There will be no class meeting on the following dates:
Wednesday, July 4 with a make-up date of Friday, July 6
Monday, September 3 with a make-up date of Friday, September 7 (exams)

Download Class Roster

You can view a class roster with student photos (in addition to generating a class roster without photos) using the printable photo roster feature. To access class rosters for current or past courses, please navigate to SES/CAESAR: https://caesar.northwestern.edu/.  

1. Log into SES/CAESAR using your NetID and password. The Instructor/Advisor page will appear. Select Instructor/Advisor tab just below the drop-down Main Menu. 
2. Click the My Schedule page link within the My Classes box in the top left column of page. 
3. The current term should default on the page. To change the term, click the “change term” button. Your teaching schedule for the selected term will appear on lower part of the page. 
4. Select the Class Roster icon next to the course for which you wish to see the roster. The Class Roster page will appear. 
5. To view roster with photos, select the “include photos in list” button above the roster.

View Classroom Assignment and Seating Chart

Classroom assignments are determined approximately 1-2 weeks before the quarter begins. Once posted, you can view your classroom assignment in SES/CAESAR: http://www.northwestern.edu/caesar/.  Your assigned classroom and seating chart will be in your Chicago Campus mailbox, located in the Administrative Office on the 2nd Floor Mezzanine of 340 East Superior Street, on the first night of class.  An electronic version of the seating chart can be accessed here.

Submit Classroom Technology Requests

Please email your technology requests to kis@kellogg.northwestern.edu.  Please give us at least 24-hour notice for equipment requests. If you have a technical question or problem(s) with the equipment in your classroom, please call (312) 503-8387 and a technical support staff member will be dispatched to assist you or feel free to visit our technical support center in room 125.

If you have any comments, concerns, or suggestions regarding Chicago campus technology support please contact Adan Cruz, Manager of Chicago Campus Information Technology and Support at a-cruz3@kellogg.northwestern.edu or submit anonymously via the KIS online suggestion box. For more information about Kellogg Information Systems visit our website at https://kis.kellogg.northwestern.edu/.

Reserve Breakout Rooms and/or Non-Technology Classroom Needs

Should you require the use of breakout rooms for your course this quarter, please email Clare Bukowski at clare.bukowski@northwestern.edu with the date, number of rooms/seats needed, and time frame, and someone from our team will get back to you shortly.  We will do our best to accommodate your breakout room request. Breakout room availability is limited in Wieboldt Hall, so it is most helpful to submit the course needs at your earliest convenience.  

Obtain Building Access via your Wildcard

Your Wildcard needs to be programmed to allow building and office access in Wieboldt Hall. It is similar to the Marlok key in Evanston.  If your Wildcard has already been programmed for building access in Wieboldt in the past and it is a valid card, you do not need to make any other change or programming request. 

If your Wildcard has not previously been configured for Wieboldt access - please complete the following form so that we may best assist your request for WildCARD access at Wieboldt Hall. Please contact Brian Feeney with questions. 

Evening & Weekend MBA Office and Building Hours

Regular office hours (when school is in session) 
Monday - Thursday: 8:30am - 8:30pm
Friday: 8:30am - 5:00 pm
Saturday: 8:30am - 1:30pm and 2:30pm - 5:00pm
Sunday: CLOSED

Office hours when classes are not in session: 
Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED 

Kafe Kellogg hours of operation (when school is in session)
Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 8:30pm
Saturday: 8:30am - 3:30pm
Closed during finals week and when school is not in session.

NOTE: Support teams (catering/KIS) not on site on Sundays.

Wieboldt Hall's Accessibility Hours (when the doors of Wieboldt Hall will be unlocked):
Monday through Thursday: 7:00am - 10:00pm
Friday: 7:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday: 7:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday: Chicago Ave. entrance unlocked 12:00pm - 5:00pm. Superior Street entrance locked, accessible via Wildcard. 

Your Northwestern Wildcard will let you into the building at the Superior Street entrance from 7:00am - 11:00pm, Monday-Sunday. 

Obtain Parking Access

You may obtain an Evening and Weekend Chicago Campus parking permit for the quarter in which you are teaching by applying for a permit through the Parking Office.  The cost for an evening/weekend permit (valid only after 4:00 p.m. M-F and weekends) is $25 per academic quarter when you present a receipt indicating the purchase of an Evanston Campus permit. If you have any questions regarding parking permits, call the Parking Office at (312) 503-1103.  

Daily discount parking is also available in the Erie-Ontario parking garage (Lot D) for up to 12 hours for $10.25.  To obtain the discount, present the parking ticket and WildCARD to the University Services Chicago Office (Abbott Hall, Room 100) for validation.  Insert the validation and parking ticket into the payment kiosk upon returning to the parking garage. 

The intercampus shuttle is also an option and is free with your Wildcard.  Click here for the schedule.

Most Common Inquiries from Faculty


Faculty Office and Storage Cabinets

You will receive an email from Gail Middleton, Senior Academic Records Assistant, informing you of your faculty office number. (If you do not receive this, please contact her at gm-middleton@kellogg.northwestern.edu). Inside the Faculty Office Suite, there are storage cabinets, which all current instructors can use to keep class-related materials. To reserve a cabinet to use during the quarter you are teaching, please contact Brian Feeney at (312) 503-0021.

On class evenings from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. the outer door to the Faculty Lounge will be propped open in order to provide student access during faculty office hours.   This will be managed by the front desk.  Once class begins the door will be closed and locked which will secure the area but will still provide WildCARD access to Kellogg staff and faculty.  On Saturdays the outer door to the Faculty Lounge will be closed and locked.

All scheduled Faculty will be configured for building access via their WildCARD.  If you have questions about your WildCARD access please contact Brian Feeney at (312) 503-0021.

Facilities Requests

If you have any suggestions or requests regarding classroom set-up, scheduled chalkboard cleaning, building infrastructure, Wildcard or Instructional Resources, please direct them to Brian Feeney at facilities-chicago@kellogg.northwestern.edu.

Copy Requests

If you have a copy job request, please send an email to Quartet Digital Printing's Chicago office at nuchicagocampus@quartetdigitalprinting.com at least 24 hours in advance.  We recommend that you request a response back from Quartet confirming that they have received your request and it is in process.  Please be sure to copy the Part-Time MBA office at eveningweekend@kellogg.northwestern.edu so that we can assist if there are any questions related to your copy job.   

Intercampus Deliveries

Deliveries from Evanston to Wieboldt:
If you need to send class-related materials down to Wieboldt, please arrange delivery service at least 24 hours in advance via email to Mariellen Gibson in the Dean's Office.  You can also reach her at 1-3450. 

To confirm delivery, please email eveningweekend@kellogg.northwestern.edu to notify us of the impending delivery and include the professor's name and course/section number.  When it arrives, we will respond to your email to confirm delivery.  Please contact eveningweekend@kellogg.northwestern.edu or the E&W office main line with any questions: 312-503-8385.

Deliveries from Wieboldt to Evanston: 
If you need to send class-related materials from Wieboldt to Evanston, please arrange delivery at least 24 hours in advance.  Prior to making the request, please package the items appropriately and clearly mark the receiver's name, department and campus building on the package.  Requests can be made at the E&W front desk and delivery will be arranged.  Please work with the receiver of the delivery to confirm receipt.  Please contact eveningweekend@kellogg.northwestern.edu or the Evening & Weekend office main line with any questions: 312-503-8385.

Supplies and Printing at Wieboldt

We are able to supply you with most general office supplies. The copier in the Faculty Office is available for your convenience. You can print to any of Wieboldt’s multifunction printers (MFPs) with your laptop or the public computers. Simply send your print job to the KPrint print queue and then release your print job from any of Wieboldt’s multifunction printers by swiping your WildCARD or typing in your NetID and Password.     
  • If you would like to print from your laptop, you must install KPrint. You can do this either by following the instructions in the KPrint Overview article, or visiting the KIS office at Wieboldt in Room 125. Installing KPrint will give you access to the KPrint print queue. 
  • If you would like to print from a public computer, make sure that you login to the public computer using your username and password. Public computers are already set up to print to the KPrint print queue. 
  • If you would like to copy or scan using the MFP devices at Wieboldt, there are detailed instructions next to each device.

Kellogg Table

Enjoy complimentary food with the Kellogg students before Evening and Weekend classes. The Kellogg Table, a complimentary and robust offering of food, will be offered in Room 362 each class evening from 5:00 – 6:00 pm and on Saturdays from 8:00  - 9:00 am and 12:00 – 1:00 pm. We invite all faculty to join the students at Kellogg Table. 

Given the robust nature of offerings at Kellogg Table, the Evening and Weekend Program will no longer sponsor pre-class faculty /student dinners. However, if you would like to do something specific with your class, please contact Clare Bukowski at clare.bukowski@northwestern.edu at least one week in advance to make arrangements.  


Final Exams 
Final exams are administered differently in Chicago than they are in Evanston. 

1. Chicago section finals are given during the regularly scheduled class time and in the regularly scheduled classrooms during finals week. 
2. Faculty or their TAs are responsible for proctoring their Chicago section exams. 
3. Faculty or their TAs are responsible for providing or arranging for printed exams to be in Wieboldt at exam time. 
4. Review sessions and additional faculty-proctored exams should take place during regular building hours. 
Early/ Alternate Exams and Students with SSD Accommodations 
Carol Lucido, the Evening & Weekend academic advisor, manages part-time students’ early/ alternate exams requests and proctors exams for students who have academic accommodations as determined by the SSD office. 

Although full-time students taking Chicago section classes may take early exams in Evanston through the Student Affairs administered exam program, part-time students do not participate in this program. To keep the number of students taking early exams manageable, we ask you to be a gate-keeper and only allow part-time students who will be absent due to Kellogg-related travel or with extenuating circumstances to take the exam early. Early exams are offered by the Evening & Weekend office during the Friday evening and Saturday morning prior to final exam week. 

To simplify the process for you, we have outlined the steps below: 
1. PTMBA students should make the request for an early exam to you via email. 
2. If you approve of any requests for early exams, email the registration link (which will be sent to faculty during Week 3 of the quarter) to the student(s) requesting the early exam (please cc Carol Lucido (c-lucido@kellogg.northwestern.edu) as an indication that you have approved of the early exam request). This link is only for those exams to be administered by the E&W office, not for those early exams which will be administered by you or your TA’s. 
3. Please do NOT send the link to all students, only to those who have contacted you about their extenuating circumstances. 
4. The E&W office will also send this link to part-time students enrolled in GIM classes. 

A list of all students registered to take your exam early will be emailed to you prior to the early exam dates along with a request for you to provide specific instructions regarding the administration of the exam. 

If you have any questions about early exams, you may contact Carol Lucido

Returning of Exams & Homework Assignments to Students 
If you need exams or homework papers returned to students on the same night as the class, we suggest handing them out in class or, if you would like them stuffed in the student’s mailbox, the papers must be at our office no later than 3:00 p.m. in alphabetical order of that day.

Students Submitting Mid-Terms and Exams in person to the Evening & Weekend MBA office
If you would like your students to turn in a mid-term or final exam in person to the E&W MBA office, please email eveningweekend@kellogg.northwestern.edu with the course and section number, submission deadline, and the name of the person that will be picking them up.  

Scheduling Makeup Classes & Review Sessions

If you need to schedule a makeup class (excluding the official makeup classes due to holidays) or review session, please contact Clare Bukowski at clare.bukowski@northwestern.edu and she will get back to you shortly. Regular hours of operation are Monday - Thursday from 8:30am to 8:30pm, and Friday and Saturday from 8:30am - 5:00pm. We are closed on Sundays. If extenuating circumstances arise where a makeup class or review session is needed on a Sunday, the request must be made at least 10 business days in advance in order to be considered for approval. Requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. 

Video/Audio Recording Requests

Kellogg does not offer videotaping for student viewing as attendance and participation is key to the educational process. Also, videotaping sometimes may inhibit participation or encourage absence. Students who must miss a class for an unavoidable reason (i.e. work, religious, or medical) should ask a classmate to take notes or request faculty permission to allow a classmate to audio record the class.  Audio recording equipment can be checked out of the KIS office in room 125.  Students must get the professor's permission to audio record.  Extenuating circumstances will be reviewed on a case by case basis.  All student requests for video recording must be approved by the Evening & Weekend Student Life team.  Please contact Kerry Van Malderghem for all video recording requests. 

If video recording is needed for training or other academic purposes, please directly contact Adan Cruz, KIS manager for Wieboldt Hall, to make arrangements.

Guest Speaker Information

Please send an email to Clare Bukowski at clare.bukowski@northwestern.edu if you will be inviting a guest speaker to present in your class at Wieboldt Hall, and someone from our team will get back to you shortly.  The following accommodations may be requested.

Guest Wireless Networks
Campus guests can connect to the Guest-Northwestern wireless network. The Guest wireless network is a free service intended for use by visitors requiring short-term access to the wireless network to perform general Internet activities. It is an unsecured connection and should not be used to send or receive sensitive information.

Parking pass
Requests should be emailed to Cindy Firing (contact email above) at least one week in advance. Limit one per guest.
Parking Information for Guest Speaker
If you are visiting Kellogg School of Management at Wieboldt Hall on the Chicago campus, the recommended parking garage is Erie Ontario Parking (321 E. Erie). View Parking Map.

-Validation Rate: $0
-The passes are good for use Monday - Friday, 3pm to 8am, Sat and Sun up to 24 hours.

How to obtain the validation:
- Park in the eligible garage and obtain a parking ticket.
- Once in Wieboldt Hall, obtain a parking validation pass.
- When returning to the garage on foot, at the pay station, first enter the original ticket followed by the validation pass. The station will return only the fully validated ticket that will be used when exiting the garage.

Important Info to Know


Student Liaisons

Please designate a student liaison for your class(es). Student liaisons are critical for assisting the Evening & Weekend office with various activities including the online TCE process. Once a student liaison has been designated, please instruct them to log into “My Classes” and sign up as a liaison by the end of the second week of the quarter.  If you have any questions, please contact the E&W office at eveningweekend@kellogg.northwestern.edu.  

Books and Case Packets

Students typically order their textbooks through the bookstore on the Chicago campus, which is located in Abbott Hall (710 N. Lake Shore Drive) just east and across the street from Wieboldt Hall. They can purchase books in person or order online.  If you would like a copy of your case packet, please work with your Department Manager.

Digital case packets with the option for a printed copy will now be ordered online through Study.net.  Printed copies will be processed through Quartet Printing on the Chicago campus.  Printed case packets will be available for pickup at Wieboldt Hall the first and second weeks of the quarter (Monday-Thursday from 4-8pm and Saturday from 8 -9am and 12:00-1:30pm).

Course Registration & Grading Inquiries

Any questions related to Kellogg registration policies, class attendance, waitlists, add/drop, independent study, grading deadlines, etc. please contact kellogg-registrar@kellogg.northwestern.edu

Teacher/Course Evaluations (TCE's)

TCE’s are typically administered the last week of classes and are open for a week. Instructors are asked to inform their students and provide time in class for them to complete the evaluation. Exact dates for the upcoming quarter will be communicated by the Senior Associate Dean for Curriculum and Teaching.  Please contact Josh Miller (joshua-miller@kellogg.northwestern.edu) in Faculty Affairs with any questions. 

Kellogg Code of Classroom Etiquette

The Kellogg Code of Classroom Etiquette has been established to assist students and faculty alike to foster appreciation for a classroom environment that enhances the learning experience for all students. Attention to this will add value to the course by creating a more meaningful and constructive discussion. 

Click here to view the full policy.

Emergency Call Phones

One touch call phones have been installed in all classrooms in Wieboldt Hall on the podium. In case of an emergency a single push of the silver button directly connects the room to the NU police dispatch. Once they pick up, the call box turns into a live intercom with two way communication. For more information contact facilities-chicago@kellogg.northwestern.edu.

Lost and Found

The University is not responsible for the theft, loss or damage of personal property in any University building.  If you do lose something, please check with the Evening & Weekend front desk on 2M.  Facilities will inform the rest of the offices in the building.  If it is found, you will be contacted.  If something is stolen, please call NU Police to report it at 312-503-3456.