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Engineer Your Future

It is never too early to explore academic and experiential learning opportunities at UMass Amherst.

Validate your choice of major. Gain hands-on experience. Create your path to a fulfilling career. Improve post-graduation success. 

Ask yourself, “What am I working toward?”


Undergraduate Academics & Advising
Marston 126

The Office of Undergraduate Student Affairs in the College of Engineering is here to connect you to numerous learning opportunities and to lend a caring ear when problems occur that may impact your academic success.

Reasons to visit with our team:

  • First-year Advising and Registration
  • On-campus Application to Engineering
  • General Counseling – Referral to Resources
  • Personal or Family Issues/Emergencies
  • Scholarships for Current Students
  • Registration and Curriculum Inquiries
  • Late Class Add or Withdraw
  • Credit Overload Petition
  • Late Pass/Fail Option Petition
  • Prior Approval for Transfer Course Work
  • Withdraw from Engineering
  • Engineering Management Minor
  • Academic Appeals
  • Study Abroad
  • Commencement


Engineering Career Development and Experiential Learning Center
Marston 112/114

Reasons to visit with our team:

  • Job & Internship Resources
  • Resume and Cover Letter Writing
  • Interview and Career Fair Prep
  • Career Counseling
  • Undergraduate Research
  • Service Learning Opportunities
  • Workshops and Technical Talks
  • Employer and Alumni Meet Ups
  • Entrepreneur-in-Residence
  • Writer-in-Residence


Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Marcus 128

Reasons to visit with our team:

  • Transition and retention support of transfer, 1st gen, LGBTQIA+, women and students of color
  • A supportive study, hang out & meeting environment for undergraduate students, particularly women, students of color, international, transfer & first generation
  • Cross college and campus academic support coordination
  • Home base of oSTEM, NSBE, SHPE, SWE, SASE, SAME, EWB and Tau Beta Pi
  • Support of all student organizations through the JSES leadership
  • Climate initiatives
  • Engineer Peers program
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives & workshops
  • Resiliency & wellness initiatives
  • Community College partnerships
  • Inclusive curriculum and classroom strategies
  • Recruitment and yield of diverse students
  • K-12 & community outreach