Current Students

Career Center

The NDSU Career Center is the premier employment resource center on campus for all students and alumni. Teaching job search skills and techniques and helping students understand and identify their own talents to successfully compete in today's labor market is our highest priority.

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Engineering and Tech Expo

Career Expo

Internship/Co-op Information

CoE Satellite Office Hours
  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 1 - 4 p.m.
  • Tuesday, Thursday: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

*During Fall and Spring Semesters

Located in the CME Building, next to the north entrance (across the hallway from Technical Support Offices)

Scholarships

Scholarship applications for current and incoming College of Engineering students are accepted December 1st through March 1st.

Applications can be completed online.

Be sure to observe the criteria and deadline for each scholarship. It is the student's responsibility to submit the scholarship application and respond to all additional questions posed.

Student Support Center

Joel Hanson
Student Support Center Director
108 Engineering Administration
701-231-9676
Joel.Hanson@ndsu.edu

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Honor Code

The College of Engineering Honor System is a process of student self-governance for those students enrolled in courses in the College of Engineering. It operates on the premise that students are honest and perform best in situations where their honesty, and the honesty of others, is not in doubt.

The Honor System acts to curtail academic dishonesty through the use of student self-supervision and to penalize those who are dishonest through the use of peer evaluation and penalty. Infractions identified by instructors are covered in current policy (NDSU Policy 335).

All students of the College of Engineering are responsible for knowing and complying with the CoE Honor System and pledge.

FE Exam

The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam is now given via computer-based testing (CBT). You can take the FE exam at any approved Pearson VUE testing center. Please review the NCEES Examinee Guide prior to starting the exam registration process.

You no longer have to be within two semesters of graduating to take the exam. You may take the exam when you feel you are ready. To register, click here and select ND as your Licensing Board. You will also be required to choose which exam you will be taking (i.e.: FE Civil, FE Mechanical, FE Other Disciplines).

Candidates registering to take the FE exam will be required to pay NCEES directly for all exam-related fees.