Academic Advising

Engineering Updates COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, effective March 20, 2020, classes and most services are remote/virtual for the remainder of the spring semester. Advising continues to offer services through online and remote methods for the health and safety of our campus. For the latest engineering updates and resources, please visit the engineering updates on COVID-19 page. This page will be regularly updated, and major changes to the operation of the college will be communicated both on this page and via email.

All engineering advising services are being handled remotely via email and Zoom. If students currently have appointments scheduled or if they schedule one for the future, you will recieve a Zoom link to use to have their appointment with the advisor online.

To students who wish to schedule an appointment, contact your relevant advisor via email:

Engineering Advisor Contact for Each Program
Civil/Construction/Industrial/Manufacturing Monica Kays
Mechanical/Aerospace Alexandra Retana
Electrical/Computer/Electromechanical/Electronic Systems/Chemical Kenneth Partner

For all general questions or for those that are not able to get an appointment, but are still seeking advising, they can email

For general College of Engineering questions, contact



The EAC is committed to supporting a diverse undergraduate population of aspiring engineers. As a center, we strive to provide equitable, holistic, and consistent academic advising to ensure student success. We advocate for students, while also empowering them to advocate for themselves.


Consistent with the College of Engineering’s Learn by Doing approach, the EAC Team strives to inspire and encourage engineering students to be successful in their academic studies and make appropriate progress toward graduation by:

  • Challenging students to pursue high academic and professional standards in preparation for their future
  • Ensuring accurate implementation of university policies and procedures
  • Facilitating student success, achievement, and leadership
  • Assisting students to clarify academic, personal, and professional goals by offering advising resources and support  
  • Serving as a bridge to academic departments and the campus community
  • Providing mentorship and intervention to students at-risk
  • Fostering student learning and development through innovation


At-Risk Advising

If you are a student who is Subject to Disqualification or Disqualified, you will need to make an appointment to meet with an Engineering Advisor in the Advising Center. . You will need to complete the form located below and bring it to your appointment. Please review the academic standing policy also located below before you come to your appointment.  

Academic Standing Policy

General Advising

For first year students, please see an Engineering Advisor in the Advising Center in Building 9-155. All other students that are not first time freshmen will need to consult with their assigned advisor in their department. For any department holds, you must go to that department to have it released. Please make sure you are following your curriculum and touching base with your advisor to prevent problems with graduation. The department curriculum sheets are located below.

College Curriculum Sheets