Engineering Student Services is the office that all undergraduate students are encouraged to contact with any questions or concerns. The College of Engineering offers a variety of services to help set students up for success, including
- Free drop-in tutoring
- Department forums
- Scholarship opportunities
- Undergraduate Research
- Experiential learning
- Global Opportunities
- A commitment to diversity
- Active student organizations
Graduate and professional masters College of Engineering students lead the way in interdisciplinary research, collaborating with faculty and industry partners at cutting-edge centers and laboratories. Students also have the opportunity to participate in:
- Fellowship programs
- Career planning services - available to all NU graduates in identifying, planning, and pursuing career decisions and co-op placements
- Graduate Engineering Bridges (GEB) - COE student government
General Information for All Students
The Bernard M. Gordon Center for Subsurface Sensing and Imaging Systems (Gordon-CenSSIS) has provided Kassi Stein, ChE'14, an opportunity to create a sensor that would identify the presence of the destructive Asian longhorn beetle in trees.
The NU BAJA team finished their best season ever in 4th place overall out of 233 teams in the North American three-event series.
The 1st place ECE spring capstone team iCRAFT (eye Controlled Robotic Arm Feeding Technology), under the direction of associate professor Waleed Meleis, was recently featured on CNN’s "Start Small Think Big."
Kristen Blackbird, CEE'12 worked on coop with Gilbane Building Company during the construction of the new George J. Kostas Research Institute for Homeland Security.