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College of Engineering

Undergraduate Office
1050 Kemper Hall
530-752-1979; http://engineering.ucdavis.edu
http://www.facebook.com/UCDEngineering

Our mission is to promote your success. The entire advising group in the College of Engineering—department staff and faculty advisers, student affairs officers in the Undergraduate Office, and peer advisers—are here to help you get the most out of your undergraduate engineering education and prepare for a successful career. Questions about Majors, Courses, Holds, Degree Requirements, Dismissals, or Readmission can be addressed to our advising staff. Adviser contact information can be found at http://engineering.ucdavis.edu/undergraduate/advisors/.

Mandatory Advising. The College has implemented a mandatory advising system, enforced through myucdavis Schedule Builder. You are required to meet with your program adviser once a year, during a specific quarter, which is determined by the first letter of your last name (A-G = Fall; H-N = Winter; O-Z = Spring). Students are notified of the hold by checking Schedule Builder at the time of registration. If you fail to clear your hold during your specified period, you may be unable to make changes to your current registration and to register for future quarters. For more information on mandatory advising, talk to your program adviser or call the Engineering Undergraduate Office at 530-752-1979.

Students seeking information about graduate school preparation or undergraduate research opportunities in engineering can participate in the Gearing up for Grad School (Winter Quarter) seminar series offered by the College of Engineering. Additional advising about graduate school preparation and undergraduate research opportunities is available from faculty or staff advisers in the program in which you are interested and from the Engineering Undergraduate Office or through the Pre-Graduate School advising unit of the Student Academic Success Center at http://success.ucdavis.edu/grad-prof/index.html.

Peer Advisers. In addition to staff and faculty advisers, peer advisers—current engineering students—are available to advise you on academic and administrative issues. Peer advisers are available in the Engineering Undergraduate Office in 1050 Kemper Hall as well as in some of the departments.

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Updated: March 22, 2017 10:38 AM