Academics & Advising
Pre-engineering students can meet with any adviser in Student Academic Services for help with:
- Exploring academic interests
- Developing plans for your major
- Understanding and completing requirements
- Avoiding or overcoming administrative problems
- Developing a sense of purpose in your undergraduate education
Appointments with Advisers
Monday - Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
To make an appointment, call (206) 543-1770 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to include your name, student number, phone number, times you are available, and the reason for your appointment.
Tuesday - Friday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
No drop-in hours during summer quarter or school breaks.
The session dates and times are to be announced
Groups meet in Loew Hall 014
Registration for group sessions will open soon
Meet other pre-engineering students and learn from each other’s questions and experiences at one of our group advising sessions! Group advising sessions are held periodically throughout the year and are a great opportunity to discuss topics with an adviser while also connecting with your peers.
Learn more about UW Engineering:
Degrees Offered »
Discover the myriad of undergrad and graduate engineering programs you can pursue.
Course Schedule Planning »
Learn which Pre-engineering prerequisites you must complete before applying to an Engineering department program.
Academic Success »
Know the expectations for engineering students and the support that's available, including study centers and academic support programs.
Department Adviser Directory
Contact Engineering Advising
For admissions questions, contact:
Advising & Retention
Student Academic Services
Tools and Apps for Students
Spacescout - Find the perfect study space. Choose by noise level, privacy, proximity to coffee and food, and more.
MyPlan - Find courses and filter the results.
Schedule Builder - A new MyPlan feature to see which courses and sections best fit your calendar for upcoming quarters. Find it on the Quarter Details page.
Academic Support through Learning Communities
The Engineering Academic Center is a place where students hone the skills they need to succeed in introductory math, physics or chemistry courses. Workshop participants, usually 10 to 20 students, meet twice a week in study groups and form learning communities.
Engineering Academic Center
Center leader Dave Prince