A student-centered research institution, The University of Alabama College of Engineering strives for you to be successful inside and outside the classroom and long after you have graduated. Our degree offerings, programs and activities are designed with the student in focus. Engineering Student Services is here to assist you.

The best place to get information and questions answered about your studies in the College of Engineering is through an advisor. All students in the College must meet with their academic advisor before registering for classes. Schedule an appointment, find your advisor or learn more about the Academic Advising Center.

Starting fall semester 2020, the College of Engineering REQUIRES students have a laptop. Please see Required Laptops / Laptop Specifications for more information.



Academic advisors aim to empower you to take ownership of your educational experiences by understanding and using the available resources.


Need a refresher on the next steps for your major or minor? From flowcharts to core requirements, we have you covered.


The University of Alabama and the College of Engineering offer several programs to help you achieve your goals.


Students studying in UA’s College of Engineering are involved in many professional and social support groups.


Tutoring/ENGenuity Lab

ENGenuity Lab offers tutoring, mentoring, and career preparation.

Freshmen Engineering Program

A first-year experience for all engineering and computer science students that is designed to both motivate and engage our students. Through the FEP, we introduce students to the exciting careers in engineering and teach them the valuable aspects of working in teams.

Mentor UPP

Undergraduate Peer Partnering is a mentoring and networking program designed to cultivate relationships between upperclassmen and underclassmen to increase involvement, retention and confidence in the newest members of the College of Engineering.

Research Experience for Undergraduates

The Research Experience for Undergraduates program involve students in ongoing research programs or in research projects specifically designed for the REU program. The REU Program provides indirect funding for undergraduate students to participate in research.

Cooperative Education Program

A dynamic academic program that offers students opportunities for professional experience before graduation. Co-op students participate in alternating periods of full-time employment and full-time study.

Career Center

The Career Center hosts several career fairs and utilizes Handshake, a job and internship platform, to connect students, alumni, and employers.