Information for Students
Your departmental program student services staff and advisor can provide invaluable advice and encouragement. Contact School of Engineering departmental student services staff to find out more about declaring a major or minor, choosing an advisor, finding research opportunities, or applying to graduate programs.
Handbook for Undergraduate Engineering Programs
The Handbook for Undergraduate Engineering Programs (UGHB) website is the definitive resource for undergraduate engineers. Start on the Home page to find links to useful information including:
- Details on all SoE major, minor, and honors programs
- Academic petition forms for Program Deviation or Transfer Credits
- Major and Minor Program Sheets used to keep track of academic progress
- 4-year plan forms
- Policies and procedures that affect engineering students
- Courses approved for use in math, science, and other academic requirements
- How and where to go abroad for a quarter or the summer (Chapter 8)
- Pointers on career planning and summer options (Chapter 9)
- Advice on how to prepare for graduation
Engineering Office of Student Affairs
The Engineering Office of Student Affairs is located in the Huang Engineering Center Room 135. Come to us to:
- Get help with school-level policies or procedures
- Submit an academic petition for a requirement exception or to apply transfer credits to your UG major
- Get answers about preparing for undergraduate graduation
- Pick up a printed copy of the Handbook for Undergraduate Engineering Programs
Browse through questions commonly asked by freshmen and learn their answers, explore frosh-friendly courses from across campus and use that information in building a potential schedule, and get to know the members of your advising team who will be there to answer your questions throughout the year
The Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program helps undergraduate engineering students get involved in advanced research projects over the summer by providing opportunities and resources for students to work with faculty members and their research groups. Contact your department for specific details
Engineering Diversity Programs
The School of Engineering invests in a broad range of recruitment and retention programs geared towards increasing the breadth and diversity of engineering. Go to the EDP site for information on the Summer Session Grant, Accelerated Calculus for Engineers program, Opportunity Job Fair, Graduate Professional and Peer Advising program, and other programs of interest to future, incoming, and current students.
The Global Engineering Programs provides international programs specifically tailored to engineering students' education. The purpose of these programs is to enhance engineering education by providing students with an opportunity to learn about technology and engineering globally, to build professional networks, and to gain real world work experience in a culturally diverse and international environment while at the same time building relationships with top-tier universities. Check out gep.stanford.edu for program details!
Get a head start on life after Stanford by making an early connection to our Career Development Center (CDC) – you are encouraged to register during your frosh year to keep abreast of upcoming workshops, career fairs, and other offerings of interest. The CDC offers invaluable career planning services, but also can connect you with the perfect internship, with alumni in your field of interest, or with a summer job.