See your CENE advisor every semester to make sure that you are on track! Click here for other College advising info .
Curriculum and Planned Course Offerings
Click here to see the CE and EnE program degree progression plans, the programs' flow charts showing course sequencing and prerequisites and what semesters required and elective courses will be taught, as well as, Graduate Student Information.
Cline Library - Support for CENE students
Contact Meg Eastwood, 3-7227 or Mary DeJong, 3-1267 for help!
Capstone Project Website
See all Capstone projects, current & archived.
Departmental Policies / Forms
Here you will find important policies and forms.
Job and Internship Postings
See any current job openings for recent or soon-to-be grads.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities and how to become a grader / lab aide
See faculty areas of expertise, their related research/projects - many faculty hire undergraduates to help. Undergraduate work such as this prepares you for graduate school or working in the profession. See other College-related research opportunities also.
If you are a good student, have some time and want a flexible, good paying job - consider becoming a grader or a lab aide. Talk with faculty the first week of the semester to see who needs help. Looks great on a resume and you get paid to learn more!
Enhance your university experience by joining the student chapter of ASCE - make friends, find study buddies, learn about the profession and meet professionals, compete with other universities in concrete canoe, steel bridge and environmental competitions, gain leadership skills and have fun! There are other non-departmental student organizations as well such as AISES and SHPE that you can join through the Multicultural Engineering Program.
Scholarships & Internships
Find a list of CENE-only and other engineering scholarships available to you. Learn about CECMEE policy on internships and information on other internships. Also, teaching and research assistantships are available for qualified graduate students.
Engineering Learning Community and Supplemental Instruction (SI)
Live with other students in the Engineering Learning Community who understand the engineering undergraduate lifestyle, and check out SI's free additional tutoring for classes in your major.