advantage of these student resources, which are designed to help you succeed.
questions? Find advisers that can provide guidance during your academic career.
Visit the College of Engineering, Forestry, and Natural
Sciences to find engineering scholarships.
Obtaining an internship can open doors for your career and give you real-world
research assistantships are available for qualified graduate students.
Get involved with others in your program by joining a student club or organization.
research experience as an
undergraduate will prepare you for a graduate degree or a future career.
Learning Community provides living arrangements for engineering
students. Learn, grow, and collaborate
with your fellow students.
Here you will find important forms on graduation, courses, policies, and agreements.
Learn more about SI classes and scheduling.