There have been many new changes and we want you to stay as updated as possible. For instance, we have just recently created a Book Swap, which we hope you all use to your advantage and continue onward with each other as helpful peers. Also, if you are a freshman, be sure to stay up to date with your MEP Academic Advising. All other MEP students are welcome to come in for advising as well. However, MEP is able to advise on general academic issues, policies, and processes only, and cannot provide curriculum advising nor major related advisement as this is best addressed by your faculty or department advisors.
MEP students will have the following programs and services available to them:
Academic Excellence Workshops
MEP Student Organizations
MEP Book Swap
Summer Jobs & Part-Time Positions
Current Non-MEP Students
MEP would like to remind you, whether or not you are part of our program, to continuously engage in the Academic Excellence Workshops and to stay connected via the MEP-advised student organizations.
Please also take advantage of on-campus resources for your non-engineering classes through the University's Learning Resource Center and Writing Center.
We also want to remind you to visit the University Career Center to learn about upcoming events and companies coming to campus, and to get assistance on updating your resume.