Advising

The Undergraduate Advising Office is located in CPE 2.706 and delivers services that support the academic and professional development of chemical engineering students. The office provides academic advising and degree planning assistance under the supervision of the McKetta Undergraduate Faculty Advisor. Advising is also provided by individual faculty advisors who meet with CHE students during early registration periods.

Under the supervision of the undergraduate faculty advisory, the office provides assistance with academic advising, degree planning, registration procedures, degree requirements, course prerequisites, and departmental policies and procedures. Advising is also provided by individual faculty advisors who meet with CHE students during early registration periods. Undergraduate peer advisors also staff the front desk and provide valuable information and advice about the undergraduate experience.

 

Tutoring

Free tutoring and paid private tutoring are available on campus. Free engineering options are available as well as free one-on-one and group options at the Sanger Learning Center.

 

Registration Information for Spring 2022 has been posted to Canvas

Check your Registration Information Sheet (RIS) for your next registration access period.

Helpful Registration Links

CHE 333T Engineering Communication Requirement

333T can be taken in any department within the Cockrell School of Engineering. The new course number starting Spring 2022 is ES 333T.

Computing Resources

Current Students

  • Current students can schedule advising appointments, find registration information, and view degree plan details by accessing the CHE undergraduate advising Canvas group.
  • The ENGR Direct Students page is an important resource for all engineering students.  It contains information about college-wide academic policies, scholarships, tutoring, career resources, study abroad experiences, and many other important topics.

Non-CHE Students

  • Engineering students can join CHE 333T on a space-available basis.
  • Students of all majors can indicate their interest in CHE courses (other than 333T) by completing the non-major waitlist survey

Prospective Students

 

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