True to our mission, the Engineering Undergraduate Studies Office strives to connect students to resources while assisting them in clarifying educational, career, and life goals. Through these efforts we aspire to enhance the educational experience of students.
Perhaps the most valuable resource we provide to you is our academic advisors. You should visit your advisor each semester to check your progress toward your degree and get valuable insight and information on your academic and life goals. The College of Engineering employs academic advising professionals with advanced degrees in counseling, education, university administration and related fields. Our academic advisors are available to help you plan an academic program that meets your educational and professional goals and to provide you with information you need to make wise educational and personal decisions. Advisors can help you explore engineering majors and career options and direct you to important campus resources for assistance with test-taking, study skills, career planning and much more.
The College of Engineering, and MSU in general, provides multiple access points for students to get assistance with coursework, through tutoring and/or supplemental instruction. Besides the many MSU resources available, such as the Math Learning Center, the Writing Center and the Office of Supportive Services, the College of Engineering's Guided Learning Center (GLC) in the Diversity Programs Office (DPO) has, for about 15 years, provided peer tutoring.
Also, the CoRe Experience which seeks to demonstrate to students the importance of engineering and the positive impact that engineers make on society and the world around them. Along with community and corporate partners, we bring real-world expertise and challenges into the classroom and residential environment, reinforcing the relevance of studies in engineering to solving global challenges.
Women in Engineering
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. While the Women in Engineering Program (WIE) is open to all students regardless of gender, WIE's focus is to recruit and retain women of all backgrounds as they pursue a degree in engineering at Michigan State University.
The MSU College of Engineering offers more than 300 scholarships to undergraduate students each year for a total of approximately $500,000 in amounts ranging from $100 to $13,000. There are separate selection processes for obtaining scholarships for incoming freshmen and current engineering students.
Student Groups & Organizations
Engineering students have a plethora of student groups with which to participate. Most every field of study in engineering has a related group at MSU which regularly holds meetings, seminars, brings in guest lectures and has many other activities. Visit the Student Groups and Organizations webpage for information on various groups.
Joining a student group is a great way to find people with similar interests and make like long friends!
In addition to engineering-related student organizations, there are a wide variety of student government, Greek life, and other groups in which students can participate. To discover more, check out the Student Life web site.
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