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Engineering Undeclared Students (ENGRUDs)

As an ENGRUD student, you'll engage in a robust educational experience with opportunities to explore the connections between engineering disciplines.

Students tour The MILL

Explore your engineering interests

Engage in your E-FIG to learn about engineering areas of impact and majors that will help hone your interests and achieve your goals. Another bonus: you will make friends and start getting involved in the College of Engineering community. 

Learn about E-FIGs & join one

Explore engineering areas of impact

Students and Professor David Shean hike to Easton Glacier and conduct a aerial glacier survey

Creating your educational plan

Your time as an ENGRUD is all about exploring your interests, while completing the placement requirements that will prepare you to join your major.

Create your educational plan

Where our students go after graduation by major

Placement into a major overview

Placement requirements

Students at commencement wearing graduation caps

Partner with an adviser

Your assigned adviser from the Engineering Academic Advising & Student Engagement team to refine your educational plan, reflect on your experiences, and ensure you’re maximizing your UW experience.

Meet your advisers

Student support resources