Multicultural engineering program
1994, the Multicultural Engineering Program (MEP) offers a
variety of programs designed to increase and enhance the academic performance
of all of our declared engineering majors.
The MEP is one
means of addressing the critical issue of support, retention, and graduation of
students in undergraduate engineering programs and helping them make
connections to the industry workforce.
serves as a resource center for all engineering, computer science, and construction management
students. Utilizing a number of collaborative strategies that involve program faculty and staff, student organizations, the university
community and industry, we make every effort to assist students in reaching
Students pursuing Engineering majors and Professional Programs (Construction Management and Computer Science) through CEFNS are eligible for MEP membership. Membership is free and gives you access to perks and programs that support your success.
To become a member, fill out this online registration form.
Perks of being a member of the MEP
Joining the MEP has its perks. Maybe you have already registered or maybe you need some convincing, either way, below you will find the free perks and programs designed to support MEP members.Free tutoring
The MEP employs qualified student tutors for regularly scheduled drop-in tutoring, one-on-one tutoring, and group tutoring in the Engineering Building MEP Lounge (room 107). The MEP also partners with the Student Learning Centers (SLC) on campus to provide access to one-on-one tutoring via the Master Schedule, at no cost to MEP members. View your tutoring options and courses supported by the MEP this semester! Tutoring is not offered during spring break, winter closure, or on University Holidays.
Interested in becoming a MEP tutor? Take a look at the job description and apply! Applications will be accepted at any time, but we are not always hiring. We will contact you if your qualifications meet our program needs.
Room 107 in the engineering building
Space to study, hang out in between classes, find a stapler for your assignment, have a cup of free coffee or tea, get help on math or physics homework, or meet students just like you. Students who register to become members of the MEP have access to the computers in the MEP lounge, including free printing. The MEP lounge hours mirror the building hours: Monday - Thursday 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM, Friday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Saturday & Sunday via student ID.
Calculator loan program
In the first week of every month, MEP members receive an email containing the MEP Voices newsletter full of important dates, study tips, scholarships, internship information, pertinent news or events, and maybe a surprise or two. The newsletter is the voice of the program! If you'd like to contribute to the newsletter (whether a personal story, exciting research, a group accomplishment, or even an engineering-related comic) contact the MEP Coordinator.
Follow the links to view past issues: October 2014, November 2014, December 2014, January 2015, February 2015, March 2015, April 2015, May 2015 (Congratulations & Convocations), June 2015
Need a graphing calculator this semester? The MEP has 10 graphing calculators (mostly TI-84's) to loan out each semester to MEP members. Check out a calculator by visiting the MEP Coordinator's office beginning the first week of the semester.Workshops
Experts across campus partner with the MEP to share tips and tidbits to make you successful. Test anxiety? There's a workshop for that. Want to know how to create a stellar resume? There's a workshop for that. Need some help figuring out how to manage your time? There's a workshop for that too... and many more. Keep and eye on the MEP Voices newsletter for highlighted workshops or contact the MEP Coordinator to request one!Student Success Coaching