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University of California, Merced - 2016

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Engineering Information

Support Programs

College's Under-Represented Student Groups

National Groups

  • National Society of Black Engineers
  • Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
  • Society of Women Engineers

Other Student Support Programs

STEM Resource Center - The STEM Resource Center is building a learning community to enhance academic and social experiences for UC Merced undergraduates pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering and math. We work with students individually to help them flourish in intellectual endeavors and take personal responsibility for their own successes. We support students in finding research and internship opportunities and building lifelong skills needed for advancement and leadership in STEM careers.

Bright Success Center - Feeling the stress of mid-terms? Need help with time management? Need help writing that paper? The Bright Success Center is here with a wide array of services and programs to meet almost any student need.

Engineering Service Learning " Leave a lasting impact on your community and gain valuable hands-on experience through the Engineering Service Learning course. Students enrolled in Engineering Service Learning (ENGR 097/197) course work on multi-disciplinary teams to solve design challenges faced by local non-profit organizations and gain experience while developing hands-on professional and technical skills. Project teams are staffed and lead by students providing a real-word opportunity for leadership development.

Center for Career and Professional Advancement - Career development is a life-long process of exploration and decision-making. We, at the Center for Career & Professional Advancement (CCPA) at the University of California, Merced empower students and alumni to reach their full potential by offering services in career development, experiential education, employment and graduate school.

To successfully accomplish this mission, the CCPA continuously fosters partnerships with employers, staff, administration and the greater community.

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Center - The UROC Scholar community is for high-achieving, motivated students who want to prepare for and excel in graduate school. Scholars take their academic work seriously, work hard to maintain good grades, and are actively engaged in faculty mentored research opportunities. UROC Scholars are expected to represent the ideals of academic excellence by achieving to the best of their abilities and engaging in enriching academic and professional experiences throughout their undergraduate careers.