The Dude, part of the ENIAC, a giant solvable Rubik’s cube and a piece of the moon — these are just a few stops along this college tour of North Campus and University of Michigan Engineering.
So you’re going to University of Michigan Engineering! Get ready, because a big part of becoming an engineer is through real-world experiences.
The Robert H. Lurie Nanofabrication Facility at the University of Michigan is home to a diverse community of collaborative users developing breakthrough solutions to challenging global issues.
The Wilson Student Team Project Center empowers student teams by providing a facility where they can experience hands-on development and fabrication, enhance engineering theories, and allow members to use practical application of knowledge.
While the Virtual Open House has ended, please feel free to review our student services and reach out to the office at the email provided if you have any questions.
The EAC provides academic advising to undeclared first- and second-year engineering students. We can answer questions about general course requirements, credits, academic paths, and more!
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The Engineering Center for Academic Success (ECAS) is a resource to support the academic success of students through a variety of services. The ECAS offers a study area equipped with CAEN-supported computers, and students can utilize free peer tutoring and weekly Supplemental Instruction sessions to assist their learning in various required core courses and introductory departmental courses. The ECAS also manages the administrative processes for the Scholastic Standing Committee, which supports students who are experiencing academic challenges, and the Honor Council, which upholds the standards of academic integrity within the College of Engineering.
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The Engineering Career resource center (ECRC) provides comprehensive career advising to students of the College of Engineering through individual appointments with our career advisors and group career programming. Our office also connects students with job opportunities (full-time, internship, co-op) through listings in our online job platform, Engineering Careers, by Symplicity as well as a variety of events such as career days and career fairs.
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The Michigan Engineering C.A.R.E. Center. Our team serves as the central hub within the College of Engineering to assist students in successfully transitioning through a variety of challenging circumstances, both inside and outside the classroom. We are here to listen, help figure out pathways to address your concerns, and coordinate and connect students to available and relevant resources and support.
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Students in Engineering Honors develop academic breadth and depth while enhancing their leadership skills. Working closely with faculty and equally motivated students, program participants receive additional support from academic advisors, complete a capstone project, develop skills through Honors seminars, and make a difference through community service projects.
Contact the Honors and Engagement Programs Office at email@example.com
Engineering is a global profession, and while international travel may be paused, the ability to work across cultures and partner with colleagues from around the world on Engineering’s Grand Challenges is more important than ever before! Connect with the International Programs in Engineering office to discuss opportunities to enhance your global and intercultural competency skills and explore the world, whether that means traveling abroad through study, intern, research, or volunteer experiences, or engaging with other cultures in the virtual space. Come explore with us!
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The Multidisciplinary Design Program brings students together from across campus to earn academic credit through professional design team experiences.
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The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) provides support and opportunities for all engineering students on a wide variety of topics including career services, advising, student organization policies, mental health, scholarships, tutoring, admissions, transfers, and much more.
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