- MEP, Multicultural Engineering Program
MEP is an academic learning community that offers advancement and professional development opportunities to students from groups which remain underrepresented in engineering. MEP facilitates the success of a diverse population of engineering students through continuum of services that support the needs of educationally disadvantaged students (e.g. first-generation college, academic factors, economic conditions).
- Faculty Sponsor: Charlie McDowell, firstname.lastname@example.org
MEP Director: Lydia Zendejas, email@example.com
- ACE, Academic Excellence Honors Program
231 Kerr Hall, 831-459-5280
Offers academic support in selected math, science, and BBSOE courses and other opportunities. Small workshop-style discussion sections are facilitated by professional section leaders.
- EOP, Educational Opportunity Programs
EOP provides an array of services including orientation, academic and personal advising, peer advising, tutorial assistance in specific subject and writing areas, and preparation for graduate and professional schools.
- Learning Support Services (LSS), 831-459-4333
Provides a broad range of academic support services and programs including the Learning Center, individual tutoring, guided study groups for difficult courses (Modified Supplemental Instruction/MSI), and mini-courses in reading, research, writing, and language development. Academic skill-building workshops are offered by The Coalition for Student Academic Success (CSAS).
- DRC, Disability Resource Center
146 Hahn Student Services, 831-459-2089
Academic support services to students with disabilities. Referral to learning assessment re: information processing difficulties. Equipment loan, orientation to adaptive software, etc.
- STARS, Services for Transfer and RE-Entry Students 831-459-2552
Provides academic advising, workshops, tutoring and many other services.
- BSOE Undergraduate Mailing List
The BSOE Undergraduate Mailing List provides information specific to currently enrolled undergraduate engineering students regarding internships, job openings, how to declare your major, changes in major requirements and class schedules, student organizations and other pertinent information. It is your responsibility to check your email regularly for updated information sent out to the distribution list. You will automatically be assigned a free UCSC email account. The BSOE will use your UCSC account to contact you. If you would like to be added to the Undergraduate Mailing List, please submit a request to firstname.lastname@example.org, or subscribe via the web.
- BSOE Undergraduate Advisors
Experts on the engineering major requirements, policies, and procedures.
- College Academic Preceptor
Available to help you with general education process, academic difficulty, and other issues.
- BSOE Faculty Advisors
Assigned when you declare your major. Faculty advisors are able to help you select elective courses, long-term professional planning, final projects, involvement in faculty research projects, availability of internships, and career choices.
- UCSC General Catalog
The General Catalog is published every year and is your main source of reference for courses offered at this campus. It is available for sale at the Bay Tree Bookstore and can also be accessed via the web. Under each course-sponsoring agency (department, program, college, division) the catalog lists current courses with their descriptions, general education codes, prerequisites, and instructor(s). In addition the catalog includes general education and other graduation requirements, descriptions of each of the colleges, and UCSC faculty. The official requirements for each major are listed in the catalog, and students commit to a major program based on a particular catalog year.
- The Navigator
The Navigator is the undergraduate student handbook for UCSC. It contains the campus-wide policies and procedures for all UCSC undergrads. It also includes general education requirements, information about financial aid and fees, guidelines on academic standing/progress, and many campus services. The Navigator is only available online.
- Schedule of Classes
The quarterly Schedule of Classes is your guide to enrolling in classes: it provides the course numbers and descriptions for classes offered, and instruction on how to enroll (see below). Schedules of Classes are available at your college office and online approximately five weeks into the preceding quarter. The online Schedule of Classes is "Real Time" and as such, enrollment numbers listed reflect the actual number of students enrolled in courses at that moment.
You may use the the UCSC student portal MyUCSC to enroll in courses, view your student record as well as for student billing and account information, financial aid information, current course schedule, address updates, academic deadlines, personal calendar, and more.
- Academic and Administrative Calendar
Provides a calendar of important academic dates such as: instruction begin/end, finals, Advising Day, and holidays. These days will automatically appear on your calendar in MyUCSC.
- Transfer Course Agreement
ASSIST displays reports of how course credits earned at one California college or university can be applied when transferred to another. ASSIST is the official repository of articulation agreements for California's colleges and universities.
- For further information, please contact the School of Engineering Undergraduate Advising Office (225 Baskin Engineering) at 831-459-5840 or email@example.com.