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Center for Student Services|College of Engineering and Applied Science

Center for Student Services

The mission of the Center for Student Services (CSS) in the College of Engineering and Applied Science is to help students develop their full potential by creating a culture of success through active involvement in education and career planning.

Advising Week Mar 30 - Apr 3

Advising week is scheduled for March 30 – April 3, 2015.   Stop by your advisor’s office to schedule an advising appointment.   You should bring a tentative schedule for Fall 2015 to your advising appointment.

You should also be aware that the deadline to withdraw from individual spring semester courses is Friday, April 3, 2015. This is a firm deadline.  Withdrawal petitions for poor course performance submitted after April 3, 2015 will not be approved. 

ESP 2015

We want to inspire future engineers!  The College of Engineering and Applied Science along with the Wyoming Engineering Society, J. Kenneth & Pat Kennedy Endowment, Mr. Paul N.Scherbel, Halliburton and UW Academic Affairs offers high school juniors an opportunity to participate in a summer program of hands-on experiences in various engineering fields. You might have a chance to build a digital circuit, study solutions to an environmental issue, program a robotic device, or design timber trusses. Laboratory sessions provide basic instruction: you put your knowledge to the test. For more information visit ESP 2015.

Graduation Summary

1. Be sure you have completed the Anticipated Graduation Date form and filed it with the Office of the Registrar  - click on Graduation information for Undergraduates for Graduate Students).
2. Pay your graduation fee  - click on Graduation information for Undergraduates or Graduate Students).


Here to Help You

Dr. Steve Barrett:
High School visits, Engineering Science Program, Joint Engineering Council, Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor Society

Jeff Anderson:
ESP and MathCounts.

Laurie Bonini:
Students, faculty, academic professionals, and staff on student advising issues, including College and UW policies, Banner, WyoWeb, and CAPP as well as registration issues and much more.

Kenya Johnson
Leads the College recruitment efforts.

Ann Jones
Engages students in all aspects of job and/or career development including placement.  She has extensive knowledge of both private industry and federal government employment.

Len Lutz
Leads the College’s job placement, internship, and professional skills development programs while also instructing engineering course work. 

Contact Us

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College of Engineering
and Applied Science
Dept. 3295
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071

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