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Oklahoma State University - 2016

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Engineering Information

Support Programs

College's Under-Represented Student Groups

National Groups

  • American Indian Science and Engineering
  • National Society of Black Engineers
  • Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
  • Society of Women Engineers

Local Groups

  • Multicultural Engineering Program (MEP)
  • Women Inspiring Success In Engineering (WISE)
  • Women in Engineering, Architecture and Technology (WhEATies)

Other Student Support Programs

The CEAT Academic Excellence Center provides tools for academic success. The study rooms, conference room and student lounge are available to all CEAT students 24/7. Free peer tutoring in math, science, and engineering science courses is also available to all CEAT students. The center provides walk-in advising and access to the Scholarship Office. In addition, The University Writing Center and CEAT Information Technology assistance is available in the center.

The CEAT Scholars Enrichment Program provides educational experiences for a select group of gifted students to develop and enhance their technical competence, world view, professional and public responsibility,and leadership skills. Students participate in special lectures, regional tours, residence hall programs, seminars, personal development activities, faculty mentoring and summer tours in the U.S. and abroad.

The CEAT Research Scholars Program provides an opportunities for accelerated intellectual development of a select group of students. Each student is assigned a research faculty mentor and participates in a research program.

The CEAT Academic Advising Office has professional school advisors that are available for academic advisement and mentoring. They serve students by providing academic guidance and support and educate students on the tools they need to be successful in their educational endeavors. Advisors also develop and provide engagement opportunities for students.

The CEAT Career Services Office offers individualized career assistance, specialized workshops, and resources on a variety of topics including: career exploration, job search strategies, resume and job search correspondence preparation, interviewing skills, and salary negotiation. The office also offers a Cooperative Education Program (Co-op) for undergraduate students, as well as specialized services for graduate and international students.

The Women in Engineering, Architecture and Technology Program is in place to develop and support enrollment in the College. The peer mentoring program, an active Society of Women Engineers collegiate section, a living-learning community, programs that foster students interaction with women in industry, and a vigorous recruiting effort are all directed at recruitment and retention of women in engineering, architecture and technology.

The Prospective Student Services office is designed to recruit, retain, and graduate students in engineering, architecture and technology. Through our Summer Bridge Program, Prospective Student Services builds an academic support community among students and provides a bridge to academic and professional success.

The College provides a "Peer Mentoring Program" designed for students in Professional School to support and mentor pre-professional School students. Peer Mentors provide social activities for students, engagement opportunities with faculty, and one-on-one support to our students.