The College of Engineering is committed to student success. It begins with programs for first-year students and continues through advising, internships, research, and capstone programs.
Office of Student Success
Whether you're a first-year student or just a few credits shy of graduation, you may need some help as you navigate your path to graduation. We provide checklists, tools, and advice to guide you on your path to a college degree.
Academic advising fosters close contact between students and their faculty advisors.
Most senior engineering students work in small teams on real-world, industry-specific challenges that demand analysis, proposals, prototypes, and solutions.
The Career Development Center offers a wide range of services to help you launch a successful career: one-on-one counseling, events, workshops, and resources.
Celebrating the academic achievements of our students.
First-year program: Integrated Freshman Experience
Introduction to Engineering & Computing is a course for first-year students, providing experiences across the engineering disciplines and focusing on the skills essential to success in any engineering major.
Internships & co-op programs
Our internship and co-op programs place students on the road to a rewarding future as they learn, earn money, and gain hands-on experience.
Faculty members offer exciting opportunities for students to participate in research at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.