UIC and the College of Engineering are constantly working at creating and providing the resources students need to thrive and succeed. From academics to health and wellness, we are prepared to assist undergraduate and graduate students with any matter. To learn more about these resources, WIEP recommends that you click on the following links:
The College of Engineering Academic Resource Center provides academic advising to all undergraduate students in the College of Engineering. Appointments are not required, an open door policy allows students to visit an advisor at any time, Monday through Friday from 8:30am-4:45pm in the Science and Engineering Offices building, Room 123. Graduate students are welcomed but encouraged to see the Graduate Coordinator from their Major Department.
MERRP Supplemental Instruction (Contact Department for more information)
Professional Development & Career Services
Undergraduate Research Opportunities and Assistantships
UIC is the only public institution in Chicago that is classified as a Carnegie Research I University, therefore real world problems are being addressed and solved on our very own campus. Students can certainly partake in these extremely valuable opportunities and gain experience in the fields of their interest. Engineering students can conduct research and also earn college credit to satisfy degree requirements. To learn more about this process, consult with an advisor in the Academic Resource Center or your faculty advisor. If you’re interested in an interdisciplinary opportunity, click here for more information. Graduate students who are interested in assistantships can consult with their department’s graduate coordinator, faculty advisor, or the Graduate College.