College of Engineering Resources

Get Experience

It's never too late to get experience! Experiential learning involves hands-on work or research activities that apply classroom theory to real-world problems. Students are working with our career partners to gain valuable career experience and personal growth, as well as make connections in the dynamic profession of engineering. Find out what internships/Co-Ops are available for you.

Engineering Success Center

As a College of Engineering student you have access to tutoring services for your STEM courses in the Engineering Success Center. Our tutors are upper level students who’ve excelled in their courses. USF students also have access to tutoring, workshops, writing help and more in the USF Library. Follow the link to find out when and where tutoring is being offered.

Engineering Living & Learning Community

The ELLC allows engineering students to live and learn together during the fall and spring terms of their first year at USF. Mentors, tutors and advisors provide academic support in the hall. Students in the ELLC also rely on each other for academic and peer-to-peer support. The ELLC is a great opportunity to build friendships and a future in engineering. Find out more at the link.


Am I ready to graduate? What should I do next? First, congratulations on your achievement. If you are wondering what the graduation process is, please visit the following page to find out what to do next. Information is provided for each classification: undergraduate and graduate.

Prospective Students

The College of Engineering is full of excitement, discovery and opportunity. It's the perfect place to bring your interests and curiosity. The engineering community is characterized by a diversity of people, ideas, experiences and opportunities that will broaden your knowledge and understanding. Take some time to explore all the programs the college has to offer.

Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)

Interested in doing research? The College of Engineering REU program gives undergraduate students an opportunity to participate in research efforts as research assistants with professors and graduate students on a variety of exciting and interdisciplinary research projects. Click on the link to find out if the REU program is right for you.

Office of Engineering Student Services

What is the Office of Engineering Student Services? The ESS assists students in their academic journey and provides guidance from a student’s entry point into the university through a student’s entire scholastic career. Visit our page to read more and how they can assist.