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Resources for engineering students

Your success comes first. Whether you are looking for academic support, career development, financial support or new friends, you will find this and so much more right in Floyd Hall and throughout WMU's campus.

Lily K

  • Everyone at WMU was incredibly welcoming, and I was able to make friends very quickly, especially at the engineering campus.

    Lily Kieliszewsk, engineering design technology student


Looking for academic support? First stop: check with your professor. Faculty members hold office hours just for you. It's a great way to ask questions and get to know your professors. Find office hours in your course syllabi.

Make Connections!

  • As a Bronco, you have access to social and professional organizations, mentors, college events and so much more. Make connections and get the most of your college experience!

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    Computer Aided Engineering

    Nine computer labs equipped with state-of-the-art technology comprise the Computer Aided Engineering Center, offering specific engineering software, special lab and classroom network connections, and computer related assistance right in Floyd Hall.

    Learn more about technology resources

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    Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation

    LSAMP bolsters diversity in engineering and applied sciences through pre-college and first-year students pursuing degree in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM)

    Learn more about programming and apply

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    STEM Talent Expansion Program

    Find the resources you need to make the most of your academic experiences--cohorts, tutoring, Engineering House and more.

    Find out what STEP can do for you

  • Student Projects Lab

    Located in the in room G-112, the Student Projects Lab is a designated place to perform hands-on work for any WMU-related class project.

    Learn more about the lab

Additional University resources