Deciding on a major and navigating any university system can be overwhelming. At the Engineering Advising Center you can sit down with an adviser and figure out your career goals and make sure you are on the right track.
As a busy engineering or computing student, you may not even realize all the resources available to you. The FIU College of Engineering & Computing has a Career & Talent Development office fully dedicated to students that offers a range of services and activities to develop your professional skills to go beyond the classroom and into the workplace.
Connect with Other students
It is important to stay connected with your colleagues. We make that possible using various social media platforms.
Financial aid is a source of monetary support in the form of grants, employment and loans for the specific purpose of meeting student’s educational costs. Financial Aid funds can be federal, state, institutional or from private sources. All students must apply or reapply yearly for Financial Aid. To ensure aid is processed on time, students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Induction to the Profession Ceremony
Every semester the College of Engineering and Computing organizes a special ceremony named “Induction to the Profession Ceremony” to recognize its graduating engineers and induct them into the Order of the Engineer, the Order of the Constructor and the Order of the Computing Profession, depending on major.
Office of Student Access & Success
The mission of the Office of Student Access and Success is to provide prospective and current students of the college with opportunities and services that will enhance their academic experiences and increase their rate of success in the school and their future careers.
FIU College of Engineering has many organizations that you can become a part of. These organizations will help you grow as a student, as an individual, and as a professional in your career.
Thanks to the generosity of private and corporate donors, the College of Engineering and Computing and its departments annually award scholarships to qualified students. To apply for engineering and computing scholarships, students must be accepted into the Florida International University College of Engineering and Computing.
EIC is repsonsible for the management of information systems, hardware, software, and human resources associated with the ENGINEERING INFORMATION NETWORK (EINET). Included are departmental computer resources (both hardware and software), and the technical support provided to faculty, staff, and students in the College of Engineering and Computing.
FIU College of Engineering and Computing provides excellent tutoring services. Some of the topics covered are: Statics, Dynamics, Circuits, Engineering Economy, and Fields and Waves.