Academic Student Services

Academic AdvisingAcademic PoliciesAcademic ResourcesDifferential TuitionDiversityScholarships and Financial AidStudent LifeStudy Abroad

Academic Advising

Students are encouraged to consult with their adviser on a regular basis.

Academic Advisers can help students with:

  • Exploring engineering program options
  • Registering for classes
  • Transferring courses from other institutions
  • Understanding degree program requirements
  • Finding university resources
  • Personal concerns
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Academic Policies

Students must meet University, College and Departmental requirements for graduation.  The link below lists important College of Engineering rules and procedures.

Academic Policies
Classification

Differential Tuition

Differential tuition, sometimes referred to as supplemental tuition or a tuition surcharge, means that a college charges a rate of tuition above that which the university charges. Revenue from differential tuition supports academic excellence in Iowa State’s undergraduate engineering programs and an academic environment for student success.

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Diversity

In thought and action, in policy and practice, and in all aspects of our academic enterprise, we strive to recognize the value of individuality and uniqueness.

Engineering Diversity International Students and Scholars Office Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Student Services Multicultural Student Affairs Veteran Resources Women in Science and Engineering

Scholarships & Financial Aid

Chances are you, like many students, need some financial assistance when it comes to paying for your college education. Fortunately, many types of financial aid are available for Iowa State engineering students, so investigate and see which are right for you.

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Student Life

Finding your interest areas or discovering new ones, you can make new friends and build your personal network by getting involved.

Clubs and Organizations Engineering Student Council Dean of Students Office (DSO) Student Travel Planning Resources Residence Halls Learning Communities Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)

Study Abroad

Preparing for the global workplace takes a global approach. The Study Abroad program develops close partnerships with leading international universities and multinational companies—partnerships that give students the education and experience to advance their careers and make a real difference in the world.

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Academic Advising
Academic Policies
Academic Resources
Differential Tuition
Diversity
Scholarships & Financial Aid
Student Life
Study Abroad