Engineering Graduate Student Resources
Student Campus Resources
The AAAC offers many services and programs to assist students in their academic success and to enhance their collegiate experience at KU. Choose from learning strategy consultations, group workshops or general or course-specific academic assistance, by appointment or on a walk-in basis.
Writers need feedback, sounding boards, and other people to coach them while they compose. That's where the KU Writing Center comes in. It's a place for productive talk about writing, with trained peer consultants to help you brainstorm, draft, and revise your projects. In person and online appointments are available.
ISS is always available to help answer international student questions. They have walk-in hours each week and offer a varierty of workshops to meet your needs. If international students have concerns or need to speak with someone about a safety issue, call Public Safety (anytime 24/7), at 785-864-5900. The Public Safety office will connect students to the on-call person in International Student Services (ISS) for issues related to travel emergencies, border issues, hospital crises, etc. Students can also call the main ISS number, 785-864-3617, during regular office hours with questions or concerns.
|Aerospace Engineering (AE)||2120 Learned||785-864-2960|
|Chemical & Petroleum Engineering (C&PE)||4141 Learned||785-864-2900|
|Civil & Architectural Engineering (CEAE)||2142 Learned||785-864-3826|
|Computer Engineering, Computer Science,|
Electrical Engineering (EECS)
|Bioengineering (BioE)||3135 Learned Hall||785-864-5258|
|Engineering & Project Management (EMGT/PMGT)||350 Best Bldg., Edwards Campus||913-864-8560|
|Mechanical Engineering (ME)||3138 Learned||785-864-3181|
Health & Wellness
Students, staff and faculty may submit a CARE Report to help identify students who may be under undue stress and need additional assistance. See list of warning signs that may help you identify students of concern.
The Engineering Career Center sets students up for success when preparing to enter the workforce. From polishing the resume, to developing a strategy for job interviews and networking with prospective employers.
Upcoming Career Events
This office offers assistance and protective measures to students, faculty, and staff. They also manage the official reporting of discrimination on campus, as well as training and resources to build a more diverse, inclusive and equitable environment.
The Office of Study Abroad provides a comprehensive range of student services throughout the processes of recruitment, advising, program selection, application, enrollment, pre-departure orientation, completion of the overseas program, and the granting of academic credit.
KU offers a wide variety of Graduate Programs and Certificates that offer fantastic opportunities for students. Whether you're looking to build your resume, gain hands-on experience, or take your education beyond the classroom, KU has got you covered. All completed certificates will be notated on your academic transcript and many can be stacked towards a graduate degree. Learn More!
KU's Center For Community Outreach's mission is to empower students through service experiences and collaborative partnerships to meaningfully serve our local and global communities as lifelong active, aware and engaged citizens.