Resources to help you thrive in CSE technical courses

We recognize that the combination of physics, math, and chemistry classes might feel tough to manage as a first-year student. It’s normal to feel overwhelmed, which is why we’ve compiled a list of the most frequently used resources to help you feel more confident as you navigate these CSE core courses.

Learning abroad? Absolutely!

Did you know that some study abroad programs require you to have your application materials submitted as early as the first week of October? Fear not! We have some suggestions to help you get started.

Welcome back! Fall semester reminders and information

Welcome to campus! We know you have a lot on your mind, which is why we thought we would help you out by providing some important Fall advising information and reminders!

Welcome Week is coming!

Get that CSE t-shirt ready for convocation, because you’re in for an exciting time! The College of Science and Engineering is thrilled to welcome the class of 2020 to campus. We recognize that there is going to be a lot of information to absorb this week, so we thought we would give you a few tips ahead of time to help you feel ready.

Understanding student records and privacy

It's common for family members to be curious about how you’re doing in college. After all, they are your biggest cheerleaders, and your family can be an extremely helpful support system as you transition to the University. Some of you may feel comfortable sharing detailed information about how you’re doing academically, while others may not. It’s a very individual decision, and you’re in the driver’s seat.

Spring grades and Fall registration changes

Spring 2016 grades are here! Before you're busy soaking up sun this summer, it's important to double-check your Fall 2016 registration to confirm you are still meeting the pre- and co-requisites for your desired courses.

Pursuing additional majors and minors

It's not unusual for students to want to pursue a double major or add a minor. You can certainly do that, but it's important to explore your motivations and understand what's involved.