To assist students in completing their program in a timely manner, and to ensure that students are well prepared for courses, annual advising is mandatory in the College of Engineering. Advising holds are placed on students’ SISWEB account once a year. Failure to release your hold by the deadline will result in the inability to make any changes to your schedule.
All incoming freshmen majoring in Mechanical Engineering or Aerospace Science and Engineering are required to meet with their assigned Engineering Undergraduate Office (EUO) advisor as well as Pam or Eveline (major advisors). See below for your hold schedule:
Sophomores and Juniors:
Sophomores and Juniors majoring in any Engineering major are required to meet with their major advisor once a year based on a specific schedule. This schedule is based on the first letter of your surname:
Note: Sophomore LEADR students must meet with Laura Hackett Fall quarter and then meet with Pam or Eveline Winter and Spring quarters for your LEADR holds. This is in addition to your major hold which is based on the above surname schedule. This means a total of four (4) holds for the year and for those students with surnames that begin A-G, you will have two holds to clear that quarter, one with Laura and one with Pam or Eveline.
Seniors and Second Baccalaureates:
Seniors and second baccalaureate students in any Engineering major are required to meet with their major advisor once a year based on a specific schedule. New Fall 2018, all seniors and second baccalaureates are required to meet with an advisor by March 15, 2019 regardless of the first letter of your surname and are encouraged to clear their holds during Fall quarter. An appointment with Pam or Eveline is required, no drop-ins.
In order to have a your major advising hold released, students must create a draft academic plan for the next three (3) quarters and meet with an MAE undergraduate advisor to discuss their study plan. Second year students may come to drop-in advising to clear their holds. Third-year and higher students must make an appointment using the online appointment system to clear their holds.
To create the academic plan:
Please review the degree requirements for your major to find out what courses should be included in your plan, when courses are offered, and what prerequisites courses have: Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Science and Engineering.
Visit both the College of Engineering Undergraduate Advising web site and the Registrar’s web catalog site for more information.