Frequently Asked Questions

We encourage all of our students to meet with both professional staff advisors and faculty advisors. Our professional staff advisors can assist you with long term course planning, general education course information, univeristy policy and procedures and much more! Your faculty advisors can help you in areas such as career planning and options within your  major, course content and future research and senior project opportunities. 

Your faculty advisor information can be found in your department office or homepage. To learn more about how to contact a professional staff advisor, check out our contact page. 

While advising is not mandatory, it is HIGHLY recommended. In order to ensure timely and accurate completion of your degree, advising is important to your success! Be sure to check in with an advisor at least once each academic year. 

Yes, all Engineering students are welcome! We encourage all students to check in with us! If we don't know the answer, we will guide you to the right resources to get there! 

We encourage all of our students to meet with both professional staff advisors and faculty advisors. Our professional staff advisors can assist you with long term course planning, general education course information, univeristy policy and procedures and much more! Your faculty advisors can help you in areas such as career planning and options within your  major, course content and future research and senior project opportunities. 

Your faculty advisor information can be found in your department office or homepage. To learn more about how to contact a professional staff advisor, check out our contact page. 

If you have an academic probation hold then it means that you are falling below the academic standards of both the college and university. In order to have this hold removed, you will need to complete the online Blackboard module as instructed in the informational email from the registrar office. You will then need to meet with an advisor in the Engineering advising center to have the hold removed. 

Yes. If you are on Probation with Contract, you will be contacted by the Retention and Graduation Specialist- Lorena Facio. When you meet with Lorena, you will develop a course plan to help you return to good academic standing. 

If you have this hold, you will receive further instruction from the registrar office. Typically to remove this hold, you will need to complete an online module on Blackboard. Once you complete the module, the hold will be released in approximately 48 hours.