Undergraduate Student Resources
Starting with pre-enrollment through graduation day, advising staff assist students throughout their college career. Navigating the application process and course planning are just a few of their specialties. If you need assistance, or just have a quick question, please reach out: email@example.com.
Schedule an Appointment
Current students may schedule an appointment with an adviser by following the calendar links below. If you do not see a time that works with your schedule, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your availability and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
You may log-in with your UW email or Gmail account. Be sure your calendar is set to Pacific Standard Time. Select your desired time slot and enter your full name and contact information (email or cell # preferred), and a brief reason for your visit.
Curriculum & Courses
To graduate from UW CEE bachelor’s degree program, students must complete a minimum of 180 credits comprised of general education courses, program prerequisites and upper-division coursework.
Incoming students: Learn how to register for courses.
- Bachelor’s degree requirements
- Projected Course Offerings 2016-2017
- Projected Course Offerings 2017-2018
- Preliminary CEE Time Schedules:
- UW Time Schedule
- CEE Course Descriptions (UW Course Catalog)
Note: Access the CEE Add Code Request Form.
CEE Undergraduate Student News Blog
Subscribe to receive important advising announcements, job postings, course announcements, etc. Restricted to CEE students.
Information & Resources
- BSCE Degree Sheet, which includes a sample four-year plan
- Upper Division Course List (Non-CEE)
- Honors Programs
- Preparing to Graduate
- Undergraduate Advising Handbook
- CEE Academic Performance Policy
- Graduating Senior Survey
- Course Evaluation Request Form pdf word
- CEE Add Code Request Form
- 210- Credit Petition to Remove Registration Holds
- CEE 499 Independent Study Contract pdf word
- CEE 299 Independent Study Contract pdf word
- Graduation Petition pdf word
- UW Office of Registrar Student Forms
- Undergraduate Participation in Research and Public Service Form
- Senior Year Plan Sheet
Engineer-in-Training Licensing Process
To receive an Engineer-in-Training License, students take the Fundamentals of Engineering exam offered by the National Council of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors (NCEES). Students typically take the exam early in their senior year of study.