Current Students FAQ
Courses may be dropped with permission of your advisor and the instructor of the course at any time during the first 10 weeks of the semester. Only under compelling circumstances may courses be dropped after the 10th week, in which case special approval must be granted by the advisor, the course instructor, and the dean's office. Under no circumstance are students permitted to drop after the...Read more
College of Engineering students during early registration are allowed to register for the semester hours listed below without seeking special permission:
Fall and spring sessions: maximum of 19 semester hours.
Summer/winter 3 week sessions: maximum of 3 semester hours.
Summer 6 week/8 week sessions: maximum of 6 semester hours.
Register your internship or co-op with Engineering Professional Development in 3124 Seamans Center, NOT Hireahawk. Make an appointment before you start your experience (call 319-335-5763 or stop by 3124 Seamans Center to schedule an appointment). You will want your transcript to reflect an engineering course number to increase your marketability to employers and validate the experience to...Read more
First, you should always check meeting times and read course descriptions for courses you intend to register for, and do your best to avoid conflicts between any class activities. However, sometimes it is not possible to schedule around all conflicts. The University has a policy on conflicts between course activities and examinations that covers courses offered by all the undergraduate...Read more
The College of Engineering has more than 30 recognized student organizations comprised of honors organizations, departmental and multi-disciplinary organizations, women, minority and professional organizations, and industry specific organizations. View the complete list of engineering student organizations.
There are various ways...Read more
Hire-a-Hawk is the University's on-line recruiting system. It is free and allows you to post your resume for employers to view. It also allows students to search for full-time jobs, internships and co-ops. On-campus interviewing is managed through the HireaHawk system, so you definitely want to establish a...Read more
Engineering Professional Development, located in 3124 Seamans Center, is where engineering students should go to have their resumes reviewed and polished. Make an appointment by stopping by the reception desk in 3124 Seamans Center. EPD is the college's career services office. We manage the co-op/intern program, and offer seminars and workshops on employers, interviewing skills, and...Read more