CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
Undergraduate Students

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Many services are available to help students with academic, personal, and other issues while at the University of Delaware.

ADVISING

A variety of resources are available to help students plan and be successful in their academic programs. For more information, see Advising.

ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT CENTER

The Academic Enrichment Center provides a collection of academic support programs, services, and activities. These include tutoring, workshops and courses to help improve general study skills, assistance for students with learning disabilities, summer enrichment programs, and more. For more information, see Academic Enrichment Center.

CAREER SERVICES CENTER

The Career Services Center offers many resources to help students develop, prepare for, explore, evaluate, initiate, and implement career and educational plans. For more information, see Career Services Center.

CENTER FOR COUNSELING AND STUDENT DEVELOPMENT (CCSD)

Counseling, psychiatry, and other support services are available at the CCSD to support students� personal, educational, and career development during their time at the University. For more information, see CCSD.

COMPUTING RESOURCES

For useful information about purchasing a computer and software, getting and managing a UD email account, computing clusters around the university, computer security, and everything else related to IT at the University, see the IT Help Center. In addition to University-wide computing facilities, the Engineering College maintains two Engineering Computer-aided Active Learning Classrooms (eCALC I and II). The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering maintains some specialized facilities as well, such as the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) lab.

LIBRARY RESOURCES

The University library boasts a collection of over 2.7 million books and bound periodicals, plus many wonderful facilities and services, such as, wireless access, small group study rooms for student use, and the Student Multimedia Design Center. For more information, see UD Libraries and UD Library Subject Guide for Civil Engineering.

RESOURCES TO INSURE SUCCESSFUL ENGINEERS (RISE)

One of the nation's earliest and most successful minority engineering programs, RISE recruits and supports academically prepared students who are African American, Hispanic American, and Native American, or from other groups underrepresented in engineering. For more information, see RISE.

STUDENT GUIDE TO UNIVERSITY POLICIES

Established to promote the finest educational experience possible, the University�s Code of Conduct describes the behavior expected of all students. For more information, see University Policies.

STUDENT MULTIMEDIA DESIGN CENTER

This state-of-the-art multimedia facility offers over 70 workstations, 6 studios, 2 classrooms, and computer clusters. At the SMDC, students can create a website, video, or custom sound track; practice presentation skills in a studio; or borrow multimedia equipment. For more information, see Student Multimedia Design Center.

WOMEN IN ENGINEERING

The WIE program provides mentoring, networking, workshops, and other opportunities to support women engineering students. For more information, see Women in Engineering.

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