When you become a Wichita State University engineering student, you join a diverse group of people from all over Kansas, the nation and the world to become part of the Shocker family. The College of Engineering faculty and staff are committed to supporting you academically and personally as you take on the challenge of earning your degree. Whether you're looking for a tutor to get you through Calc 2, advice choosing your courses or ways to meet friends with common interests, the following resources are here to help you succeed.
Engineering Student Success Center: Located on the third floor of Wallace Hall, the friendly staff of the ESSC can help you with registration, enrollment and records as well as advising and student supports such as tutoring.
Engineering Students Calendar: Don't miss important deadlines related to enrollment and completing your degree. Check this calendar for both academic and fun events just for engineering students.
Advising: Information about available degrees, course requirements, the registration and enrollment process.
GEEKS Tutoring: GEEKS is a free tutoring program available to any engineering student. Tutoring is available for math, science, and basic engineering classes. Group and individual sessions are offered throughout the academic year.
Scholarships: The College of Engineering annually awards nearly $1 million in both merit-based and need-based scholarships to all engineering majors in all classes, made possible by our gracious donors. Their generous gifts provide over 250 students the opportunity to continue their studies in the field of engineering.
Student Organizations: The best way to make friends with people who share your interests is to join a student organization. The College of Engineering sponsors dozens of student organizations representing different majors and specialized interest. Find one that fits here.
Engineer of 2020: To ensure are graduates are prepared for the future, the College of Engineering requires students to complete three of six requirements as part of every undergraduate degree: Undergraduate Research; Cooperative Education or Internship; Global Learning or Study Abroad; Service Learning; Leadership; and Multidisciplinary Education.
Engineering Open House: This annual event is a celebration of the accomplishments of our students and faculty, featuring an exhibition of student projects, research and laboratory facilities. Every engineering discipline at WSU showcases students' design and research projects. The college also hosts laboratory tours for the public, showing off the advanced research conducted at WSU.
Order of the Engineer: The "Order of the Engineer" is a fellowship of engineers who are trained in science and technology and dedicated to the highest ethical and professional practice, teaching, or administration of their profession.
Engineering 101: Engineering 101 (ENGR 101) is a three-hour course specifically designed for College of Engineering freshmen and transfer students in their first year at Wichita State University. ENGR101 assists engineering students in exploring engineering careers and opportunities and provides information on academic and life skills essential to becoming a successful engineering student.
Resource Contact List: A one-page list of student resources on campus.