Resources & Services
The Career Services Network specializes in the early stages of career exploration and planning. Students can get help developing a resume, seeking internships or other experiential learning opportunities.
The Diversity Programs Office (DPO) has positively impacted the academic, professional and personal growth of tens of thousands of underrepresented minority students through a range of programs. The DPO programs and services offered include The Guided Learning Center, supplemental advising, undergraduate scholarships, student volunteer opportunities, and more!
The Division of Engineering Research (DER) serves research development and support needs of the College of Engineering. DER services include pre-award research grant support, budgets, e-transmittals and compliance reviews, cost-share and start-up funds, proposal signatures and submission, sponsorship of a weekly research seminar series, and more!
An electronic time sheet for Engineering bi-weekly employees. Click here to download the Excel spreadsheet.
After completing the time sheet, please submit to your department supervisor.
Engineering Library Closed
As of Friday December 18, 2015 the MSU Engineering Library is permanently closed.
The most frequently used books from the Engineering Library collection, current issues of print engineering journals, and materials on reserve for engineering classes have been moved to the Main Library. The rest of the collection is available electronically or via request from an off campus storage facility. Books requested from this facility are delivered on a daily basis (weekdays).
Tom Volkening will continue to be the subject librarian for the College of Engineering. His office has moved to the Main Library, and he can continue to be reached at: email@example.com.
The Engineering Machine Shop and Industrial Project Lab (IPL) are full services shops that provide the students with the needed tools and equipment to design and manufacture projects. Our mission is to provide a safe and productive environment for all Engineering students.
The Guided Learning Center (GLC) is a resource for students provided by the Diversity Programs Office in the College of Engineering. The Academic Assistance program is designed to include supplemental instructions for first and second year students as well as for the more demanding and challenging courses in the engineering curriculum. This program is provided for engineering students at no cost.
GLC at a glance
- It’s free! Costs absolutely nothing for MSU students
- One-on-one & small group assistance
- Nightly drop-in available for academic help
- Assistance available in over 80 Engineering and related courses a semester. If we don’t already have someone to assist you in a course, we’ll find someone
- Over 200 students per semester utilize the GLC
Welcome to the Learning Resources Center, where we make every effort to help you succeed. Our staff is available to help you with everything from understanding difficult texts and programming your graphing calculator, to converting .wmv files for your iPod and making high-impact, interactive slideshow presentations.
Whether you’re a first-year student or a doctoral candidate, learning takes time. With only so many hours in the day and so many days until the next test, it’s our mission to help you work smarter. Together we can create a plan to efficiently maximize your strengths and help you reach your academic goals.
Open Fall and Spring Terms Monday through Friday from 8AM to 5PM, with the Lab open from 9AM to 9PM Monday-Thursday and till 5PM on Friday. During the Summer Term the Center is open Monday through Friday from 8AM to 5PM.
Our goal in the Mathematics Learning Center is to bring high-quality, friendly, free math help to MSU undergraduates. All you need to bring is your MSU ID!
Our main site is located in Wells Hall room C126A, but there are also five satellite locations in MSU's neighborhoods so help is never far away!
Get free help for 1825, all 100 and 200 level math classes, and even some upper-level courses. Our experienced tutors, trained by the Math Department, will answer your questions in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Most of our tutors actually instruct mathematics in MSU undergraduate courses. In addition to tutoring, the MLC also offers practice tests, problem sessions, exam reviews, and online tutoring in selected courses.
The mission of OSS is to provide comprehensive services to first-generation, low-income college students or those who may have a disability. We are committed to creating and maintaining a student-centered learning environment that encourages academic excellence; values the importance of an education that promotes a global vision; and moreover, nurtures and facilitates movement toward academic achievement and personal goals of students.
The MSU Test Prep Consortium is a collaboration of on-campus units offering resources free of charge to MSU students preparing for national standardized exams, such as graduate and professional school entrance exams.
Lead Michigan State University in maximizing ability and opportunity for full participation by persons with disabilities
- Assess and document disability, academic, and workplace needs
- Build and facilitate individual plans for reasonable accommodations
- Link individuals with technology, education, and resources
- Extend independence through auxiliary aids, disability-related information, and self-advocacy
The Statistics Help Room is a great resource for students seeking additional guidance in any statistics course.
Students are encouraged to join and participate in applicable professional or student-run groups and organizations. This experience can help students gain valuable knowledge as well as the ability to meet new people. Below we have listed the Engineering student groups, organizations available
In addition to conducting trend-setting research, the college provides testing for companies on a fee-for-service basis. Sophisticated instrumentation is available for analysis, processing, fabrication, and characterization of materials.
The Mission of the Women in Engineering Program is to encourage women of all backgrounds to pursue careers in Engineering. We strive to collaborate with others in the College and the University to provide an environment that is conducive to all students’ success, providing opportunities for academic, personal and professional growth, and to serve the needs of all our constituents.