Considering Taking Time Away from the University? A Leave of Absence (LOA) may be appropriate for you.

If you do plan not to enroll in classes for at least one semester or more and plan to return to the University within two academic years, you may qualify for a Leave of Absence (LOA). A formal LOA allows you to break your continuous enrollment and return to your degree program at a later date. This blog post will discuss students' eligibility for taking a LOA, the process for requesting a LOA, and returning from a LOA.

Demystifying Office Hours - What are they and how do I use them?

Office hours (in-person or online) are your time to meet with your instructors and/or TAs to ask questions, get and share feedback, learn about opportunities, make connections, and more.

What's the deal with S/N grading?

When you register for classes, you may see the option to select your grading basis. This blog post will discuss the grading basis options and their implications. 

I've heard Computer Science is a competitive major, what should I know?

Computer Science is CSE’s fastest growing major. At this time, there is more demand for the program than the department can currently accommodate. In this post, we’ll dive into the admission to the major process and statistics. We’ll also cover the importance of parallel planning.

Parallel Planning: What is it and why is it important?


While most CSE students get into their first-choice major, it is helpful to identify a back-up plan or a “parallel plan” should you change your mind or if you are not able to get into your first-choice major.

What Can CSE Career Services Do for You?

It’s never too early (or late) for students to connect with a career counselor! Find out more on how CSE Career Services can support you throughout your undergraduate career in CSE.