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Student Success


Engineering Student Support & Services (ES3): a one-stop solution for engineering support and services. Full-time professional advisors are available to help students find the right resources and information—from tutoring to opportunities for internships, research, and study abroad. Stop by soon!

Women in Engineering Living Learning Community (WiE LLC): a residential community open to first-year college of engineering students. WiE provides valuable support while promoting achievement, academic engagement, and independence.

Office of Student Success: checklists, and tools to guide UMassD students on their paths to academic success.


Dean's List: celebrating the academic achievements of our students.


Accelerated BS/MS programs: outstanding students are invited to enroll in the college's accelerated programs, enabling you to complete both degrees within 5 years.

Capstone program: most senior engineering students work in small teams on real-world, industry-specific challenges that demand analysis, proposals, prototypes, and solutions.

IDEAStudio: collaborate and create with state-of-the-art technology including a 3D scanner, 3D printer, laser engraver.

Internships & co-op: these programs place students on the road to a rewarding future as they learn, earn money, and gain hands-on experience.

Introduction to Engineering & Computing: this integrated course for first-year students provides experiences across the engineering disciplines, focusing on the skills essential to success.

Joint Cyber Analysis Course (JCAC): JCAC’s curriculum and objectives provide service members transfer course equivalencies applicable towards a bachelor's degree in either Computer Engineering or Computer Science, with a concentration in cybersecurity.

Research: exciting opportunities for students to participate in research at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Scholarships: awarded annually to students based on need and/or merit. The Financial Aid office maintains a database for all university scholarship opportunities. Deadlines vary throughout the year.

Study abroad: explore exchange programs that will give you an international perspective.

Summer Bridge: an online program for incoming first-year engineering students to increase their readiness in math and chemistry. (Invitation and registration are via email.)


Academic Resource Center: tutoring and support services, including STEM Learning Lab/SENG 217 and Writing and Reading Center/LARTS 010.

Engineering student organizations: make friends, network, and get involved by joining one or more student organizations

Pre-Engineering track: for students who initially applied for direct admission to CoE and were alternatively offered admission in the College of Arts & Sciences.

Changing your major: requirements for current students (both in the college and in other UMassD colleges) who are interested in making the change to an engineering major.

Transferring to UMassD: for students who have graduated from an accredited community college or have earned college credits from an accredited college or university.

Undergraduate Academic Programs: explore the College of Engineering's majors, minors, concentrations, and options for undergraduate study.

More information: Student Resources

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