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Faculty advisors work with students to select courses, navigate the curriculum, and guide students towards career goals. Having a solid relationship with a faculty advisor is an important part of building scholastic success.

Center staff:

  • provide academic advising for all students that are engineering undeclared as well as students looking to change their major into the College of Engineering
  • help declared majors connect with their department-specific faculty advisors
  • supplement faculty advising by clarifying university and college policies and assisting with course equivalencies for other schools
  • provide pre-transfer advising support to students from community colleges

Academic support

ES3 advisors provide:

  • academic support for students in jeopardy: warning, probation, reinstated
  • assistance for students with Financial Aid SAP Appeals

Resident Peer-Mentor Program

The College of Engineering is currently looking to hire a Resident Peer Mentor (RPM) for our Women in Engineering Living Learning Community.  Application deadline is March 6, 2019.

As a Resident Peer Mentor, you will:

  • Be part of a unique opportunity to develop a community that benefits you personally and professionally
  • Enhance your skills in listening, communication, and leadership which are beneficial in graduate school or career employment

Apply today if you are self-motivated, have a minimum 2.700 cumulative GPA, a major class standing of sophomore or above, experience within the College of Engineering as well as campus, academic, and support resources, exhibit strong interpersonal and communication skills, and have an ability to work successfully in a collaborative, team setting. View a detailed job description..

Women in Engineering Living Learning Community (LLC)

Our aim is to provide you with resources for all facets of college life. The WiE LLC provides valuable support while promoting achievement, academic engagement, and independence.

The College of Engineering invites you to apply to be part of a community that will:

  • assist you in being a successful student and engineer
  • provide undergraduate engineering students a high-quality academic and social experience led by an engineering resident peer mentor

Applications are currently being accepted for the 2019-2020 Women in Engineering LLC. Apply today to be a part of this unique opportunity! Application deadline is June 30, 2019.

Note: This program is open only to incoming first-year students directly admitted to the College of Engineering, including Computer Science, Data Science, and Physics majors.