From your first class as a first-year student to your first day as a professional in your career, your journey here will be exciting and challenging. We’re here to help along the way, but we also provide many opportunities for you to take control of your education and take advantage of the many benefits we offer.
Student Services helps you navigate your college experience from orientation to graduation and everything in between. Visit us in Stocker 114-122 or email Russ College Student Services for assistance with:
- Academic challenges
- Undergraduate Forms
- Add/drop classes
- Research Funding
- Tuition appeals and Late Drops
Engineering and technology are highly technical fields, based on the principles of math and science. We require our undergraduate students to maintain a 2.0 GPA overall and in major courses. Many programs have more specific requirements, so be sure to ask your adviser or check your department’s page for details.
Faculty-student collaboration is a top priority at the Russ College, and that extends to academic advising. When you are accepted into one of our programs, you’ll be assigned a faculty adviser in your department who will see you throughout your academic career. And, we evaluate our advisers annually with your feedback. Together, you’ll regularly review your interests, the program’s graduation requirements and your post-graduation goals to plan your academic coursework and options for research experience. We do this to ensure you can make the most of your time here and start creating for good.