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Print viewResearch Poster Session Students worked on robotic snakes, taught comptuers to recognize people and more.As an undergraduate engineering major, your two best resources for guidance and information are:
  • Your department advisor
  • The Undergraduate Handbook
The Office of Student Affairs is here to help as well.Department advisorYour department advisor can provide invaluable advice and encouragement. Consult your specific department to find out how to choose an advisor.The Undergraduate Handbook | View »The definitive resource for undergraduate engineers. Find useful information including:
  • Department-specific information
  • Policies and procedures
  • Special programs and organizations
  • Summer employment
  • Career planning
Office of Student Affairs | View »Working within the Dean's Office in the School of Engineering, the staff will help you make sure that you are on track to meet all your graduation requirements, both academic and administrative.Undergraduate advising | View »Provides advising services to all undergraduates, including advice from peer advisors, freshman and sophomore advisors, and preparation for graduate school. In addition, your freshman advisor is available throughout your undergraduate career.Research opportunities | View »This Stanford Engineering program provides provides undergraduate engineering students with the means and opportunity to work with faculty members and their research groups in the summer. The Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) helps include young engineers in advanced research projects, while increasing the number of talented, enthusiastic students who pursue an education in engineering. For more information contact your department.Undergraduate CouncilThis committee of faculty and students sets the policies for the undergraduate curriculum. It also serves as a forum for discussing issues of interest and for bringing them before the school at large. For information please contact Professor Brad Osgood.Graduating soon? | View »If you are close to graduation or starting to think about life after Stanford, visit the career resources page of the current students section for information about career planning, alumni services and entrepreneurship. Also see the Undergraduate Engineering website "Preparing to Graduate" page for tips and guidelines.Advanced degrees | View »Considering pursuing an advanced degree at Stanford? Look here for information on becoming a graduate student. Quick LinksAccreditation requirementsThe Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) accredits university engineering programs nationwide. More »