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Academic Advising

Tutoring

Graduate Engineering Resources

The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering pays differential tuition for all graduate students on a research assistantship (GRA), teaching assistantship (GTA), or other assistantship (GSA).

Student Life

Student support and recognition

Dean's List

The Dean's List for the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering recognizes students with high academic achievements during the course of the semester.

Brendan J. Abel
Caitlin E. Adams
Emma L. Adam
Maria D. Aguilar
Zachary S. Ailes
Hashim A. A. A. M. Akbar
Salim Mohammed Abdullah Al Abri
Husam Saud Nasser Al Habsi
Abdulmalik Abdullah Said Al Mamari
Asal A. Al Mohamed
Mazin A. Al Shaqsi
Al Muaiyad Said Salim Al Shuraiqi
Abdulla M. Al-Khelaifi
Abdul Aziz S. Al-Maskari
Bassam Alabbad
Abdulrahman Saad A. Alabede
Khalid Muidh Z. Alanazi
Zeus M. Alcon
Sydney A. Alderfer
Abdulkarim Aldhafeeri
Omar Ahmed Aidarous Omar
Sajjad A. AlHabshi Aljaman
Kiersten R. Allen
Ali J. Almajid
Abdulaziz Abdullah A. Alzneidi
Anya N. Anderson
Connor A. Anderson
Owen D. Anderson
Saul Arce Mendez
Jorge A. Arriaga
Katherine A. Ascough
Logan R. Ash
Taylor R. Ausec
Brandon S. Avers
Michelle L. Bailey
Kaitlyn C. Baker
Sonia G. Bame
Blayne B. Banghart
Austin B. Banks
Joshua J. Barber
Ryan A. Barnes
Matthew W. Barr
Connor A. Barraclough
Emma J. Barrett
Ethan T. Barron
Bryce S. Barsnick
Madeline R. Bartell
Brianna Bartlett
Katelyn M. Bartley
Dawson P. Baucke
Kathryn I. Beardslee
Hunter E. Becvar
Jeremy W. Belin
Vincent P. Berardi
Michael L. Berg
Emily A. Bergum
William J. Betz
Priya R. Bhowmik
David H. Bieber
Ethan J. Biederman
Cooper W. Bisset
Jason E. Black
Madeline G. Blake
Melanie L. Blake
Logan A. Blakeslee
Joyce R. Bohn
Aj J. Booker
Erik J. Borovilos
Carmen E. Bowen
Michael S. Bradley
Alexander J. Bragg
Isabella L. Brandes
William A. Brandt
Chloe R. Brekhus
Katrina L. Brewer
William E. Brown
Nicholas R. Bruns
Ali Habeeb M. Bukhedher
Matthew D. Bullock
Ainsley M. Burch
Jack A. Burns
Catherine A. Burr
Seth Butler
Michael K. Cabida
Andrew B. Callaway
Jacob L. Calvert
Owen E. Camp
Michael D. Canard
Austin H. Cannon
Joseph A. Canterbury
Yongcheng Cao
Sawyer D. Carlton
Conner Carter
Jose M. Catalan
Christina T. Chang
Patrick J. Charlton
Scott J. Chase
Nicholas F. Chastain
Rachel M. Chayer
Henry M. Chhor
Adam E. Cholak
Madison F. Cieciorka
Joseph A. Clouse
Bailey M. Coker
Joseph D. Coleson
Matthew G. Collard
Renata J. Comeau
Katherine A. Conger
Oscar Coronado Rosales
Jeremiah M. Corrado
Connor L. Craddock
Luke T. Crawford
John A. Crowell
Sierra S. Curdts
Weston J. Dall
Dominic P. Dallago
Nicholas B. Daly
Emerson O. Davis
Katelyn K. Davis
Alec H. Day
Sarah K. deBoer
Teryn C. Degenhart
Leslie R. DeLay
William G. Delbrueck
Doribella A. Demiranda
Jack A. Derbique
Ariel J. Derting
Emre Diker
Brandon C. Dodd
Olivia R. Doehr
Courtney J. Doherty
Avery M. Dondershine
Jacob T. Dorsett
Matthew J. Douple
Lilith J. Drum-Parce
Nicole K. Duca
Trevor J. Dunham
Samantha E. Eisenhauer
Alaa A. Eldeiry
Ali A. Eldeiry
Kinor S. Eliaz
Samuel A. Ellis
Tyler C. Engle
Melony S. Erly
Elias Espin
Erin E. Estrada
Erith K. Evans
Gillian Fahey
Najy I. Faour
Taryn Farhar
Kaitlin H. Farrell
Abigail I. Fennell
Julian L. Ferrer
Garon K. Fish
Kinsey E. Flanders
Devon Q. Fossceco
Benjamin Fox
Erica N. Frank
Clayton C. Freed
Nathaniel J. Freeman
Ian K. French
Julia Friederich
Osvaldo Garcilazo
Kathleen L. Gaughan
Ashley G. Geraets
Tanner D. Gettel
Joseph T. Girard
Garret T. Glaspy
Ryan E. Gloekler
Joshua T. Goetz
Christopher L. Graffia
Liam M. Gray
Ethan C. Green
Cody J. Griffin
Krista Grossmann
Ashlen B. Grote
Ryan J. Guidice
Stephen S. Haag
Kayla M. Hackett
Olivia L. Hahn
Zachary J. Haigh
Jared L. Ham
Enci Han
Alexander J. Harmann
Cole T. Harris
Miles L. Harris
Sarah C. Hartley
Cody M. Hawthorne
Travis J. Hayes
Lingyun He
Michelle B. Hefner
Andrew J. Hegemann
Brandon M. Hellem
Andrew C. Helmreich
Matthew D. Helmreich
Hailea A. Henry
Kevin K. Hewson
Colin C. Hice
Spencer R. Hicklin
Daniel Hidalgo Argote
Joseph M. Hodges
Emily A. Hoffmann
Cameron D. Holmes
Kyle M. Howe
Teresa E. Hubbeling
Andrew C. Hubler
Keegan A. Hughes
Cody J. Hyman Colon
Amanda M. Innes
Isabella R. Jackman
Isaac B. Jacobson
Kyra B. Jensen
Rustin P. Jensen
Chenhui Jiang
Lin Jiao
William Joel
Blaze E. Johnson
Garrett M. Johnson
Tierney E. Johnson
Casey S. Johnston
Andrew L. Jones
Sean D. Jones
Brayden J. Jonswold
Walter P. Jordan
Jurre J. Kalff
Maja W. Karp
Kirsten S. Kauk
Rachel S. Keating
Amy M. Keisling
Tyler J. Kelly
Muhammad Bilal Khan
Jason G. Kiehlbauch
Kimberly H. King
Zachary J. Klein
Theodore A. Klovstad
Talia S. Knapp
Kelly G. Koehler
Matthew J. Koenig
Cameron S. Koford
Andrew M. Kollar
Rachelle L. Koly
Kalyn N. Kosmiski
Noah A. Koury
Kassandra Krohn
London C. Kubicek
Erik K. Kvietkus
Kendall M. Labonde
Elizabeth M. Lacey
Nikolas K. Landin
Amanda P. Landrum
Haley C. Lang
Sawyer S. Lasewicz
Joshua E. Laskie
Corey A. Lauck
Michael W. Lauck
Austin C. Laurel
Sebastian R. Lawton
Andre K. Leautaud
Jade J. Lee
Paxton M. Lee
Jonathan M. Leininger
Cara V. Leone
Ross E. Leopold
Jacob Lerner
Jethro M. Leroux
Everett A. Lewark
Jared T. Licht
Conner M. Lindholm
Simon D. Lindley
Youming N. Liu
Ross K. Lohrisch
William H. Long
Jose E. Lopez Morales
Alexander X. Losada
John P. Luebbers
Eryn K. Lum
Alexander J. Lynch
Abigail I. Maben
Courtney Mack
Sarah A. Maclean
Allison M. Maddocks
Joessalee J. Maher
Evan T. Malloy
Taylor J. Mancini
Mitchell T. Mannino
Michael Mar
Thomas J. Marshall
Marissa A. Marti
Charles G. Martz
Pramit Maskey
Anugrah B. Mathew
Elliot S. Matlack
Janaye M. Matthews
Thomas R. Mayer
Adam McAuliffe
Edward R. Mccaskey
Elliot M. McCormick
William F. McCormick
Sean T. McDonough
Jana C. Mckinny
Stuart F. McKnight
Sara E. McMahan
Claire L. Mcwilliams
Tyler D. Mellinger
Paula V. Mendoza Moreno
Sarah C. Mendus
Zijun Meng
Amanda R. Merkley
Jonathan D. Meyer
Peter M. Meyer
Jack A. Miera
Mason R. Mill
Zane P. Miller
Lukas J. Mills
Lars J. Mitchel
Victoria L. Mondy
Kendall O. Monley
Vincent J. Montez
Pierce C. Montilla
Mackenna L. Moody
Tanara M. Morrell
Meghan B. Morrill
Thomas Muetterties
Aaron J. Murphy
Calvin Murray
Andrew J. Muterspaugh
Jacob C. Nash
Dylan C. Newell
Elise G. Ng
Tai A. Ngo
Levi R. Nicholson
Lyndsey E. Nold
Jacob Null
John J. O’Donnell-Sloan
Shelby M. Oke
Alexander M. Olson
Eric A. Olson
Michelle M. Ondrejka
Roberto N. Ortega
Kojo Otoo
Jason Z. Pang
Katelyn G. Paradis
Hannah C. Park
Scott D. Parmelee
Hadley M. Patterson
Samantha E. Pearson
Trevor Kyle J. Pelletier
Samuel G. Penner
Nicholas L. Penrose
Eric T. Percin
Nicholas R. Peters
Connor J. Peterson
Clayton J. Phillips
Cade A. Plath
Bennett P. Platt
William J. Plomer
Devin D. Pohl
Jacqueline N. Poirot
Daniel L. Polinski
Jacob J. Pollard
Alexis J. Pollicita
Joseph Prendergast
Maya K. Priebe
Noah D. Probst
Analia N. Quirk
Mackenzie C. Radandt
Emily E. Radtke
Emma K. Raisley
Nicholas Raley
Lauren M. Ramsey
Jessica L. Reyes
Mauri L. Richards
Hannah L. Ringoen
Natalie I. Rios
Jacob A. Robertson
Caitlin L. Robinson
Levi R. Robinson
Krista A. Roerty
Carlie J. Rosenkrance
Tyler S. Ross
Kellan S. Roth
Courtney E. Roush
Jack B. Roy
Garrett Ruf
Kelly P. Ryan
Deanna R. Sadecki
David W. Salmon
Cameron J. Salz
Paul Sampson
Daniel K. Sanchez
Elijah P. Sandoval
Rebecca J. Schaldach
Jordan J. Schlitzer
Amanda I. Schmidt
Megan E. Schmidt
Ethan B. Schultz
Kayla A. Schultz
Taylor S. Schulze
Trey B. Scism
Syed Arsalan Shah
Manav Sharma
Zachary J. Sharn
Clay W. Shaver
Sydney E. Sherrick
Amanda E. Shick
Kieran A. Simske
Mary K. Skillicorn
Sophie L. Slade
Alyssa D. Smith
Emily M. Smith
Sean C. Smith
Andrew P. Snead
Erin J. Solis
Alexandra L. Soran
Jack A. Sorensen
Neyver Soto Velasques
Jaclyn M. Springer
Ryan J. Staab
Jonathan D. Steiner
Samuel K. Stinson
Jacob W. Stockebrand
Foley B. Stokes
Daniel J. Stone
Kalaina K. Stroyan
Carter W. Struhs
Jenna Stubbers
Wyatt J. Suit
Cailin D. Sullivan
Ryan S. Sullivan
Sean T. Sullivan
Yipin Sun
Matthew F. Sylvester
Jeremy Tabke
Jian Bin Aaron Tai
Jian Feng Calvin Tai
Juliette A. Talarico
Jacob Tamani
Rui Tang
Gwyndolyn S. Tari
Cole W. Taylor
Cory W. Taylor
Alden J. Tennison
David P. Thormodsgard
Katherine J. Thorne
Gus Trimble
Beau J. Van Der Sluys
Scott G. Van Hoesen
Nicholas R. Velasquez
Juan L. Venegas Jimenez
Sarah K. Verderame
Julia K. Vervaecke
Sydney Villers
Harvinder Singh Virk
Andrew S. Volt
John C. Vovk
Nathan P. Waanders
Robert L. Wagner
Owen M. Wahl
Sarah R. Wakumoto
Janaye E. Walker
Jess G. Walker
Peter J. Walsh
Wesley E. Walthall
Zhiyun Wang
Ethan F. Watne
Ryan J. Way
Joshua J. Weiser
Samantha M. White
Tracey V. Wick
Analiese J. Wiedenbeck
Dillon Willett
Grant M. Willsie
Brett M. Wilson
Seth W. Wilson
Brye T. Windell
Parker H. Wismar
Adji Witjaksono
Connor L. Witt
Samuel R. Wolyn
Bronson M. Wong
Cassie M. Wong
Logan Z. Wood
Anderson R. Worcester
Connor K. Worrell
Andrew T. Wyatt
Kiyoshi C. Yamamoto
Zelin Yang
Clark L. Yarbrough
Roman A. Yoder
Alex J. Yohe
Ki Ho You
Nathan K. You
Tony Yuan
John D. Zack
Yuwei Zhao
Zerong Zheng
Ryan J. Zonnefeld

Diversity Resources

Careers, internships, and co-ops

Student Organizations

Take over our Instagram!

Students! If you’re part of an engineering student organization, or are interested in telling your story to the community, sign up for an Engineering Instagram Takeover!

Open to current undergraduate or graduate students in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.

Screenshot of Instagram takeover by Jacob Tamani, CSU Engineering Residential Learning Community student mentor and tutor. 

Engineering-specific COVID-19 updates for students

David McLean
Dean,
Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

Welcome to the fall semester! For those of you returning, we’ve missed you and we’re happy to have you back. If you’re a first-year student, we are excited that you have chosen to be part of the CSU engineering community. We hope you find another family in our college. We are committed to providing a supportive environment here, and if you don’t experience that, our virtual offices are always open.

A few things you should know about this semester:

We understand this semester may be truly unusual, but faculty and staff are committed to helping you be successful. We spent the summer getting ready for your arrival and working with your instructors to maximize the number of courses delivered in multiple modes. This ensures we are ready and able to be flexible as the coronavirus situation continues to evolve. We also want to level the playing field and ensure that those of you who can’t be with us in person are getting the same educational experience as those of you who choose to be on campus.

We are concerned about your health and the health of those around you. We all want to be here together, so we all need to be mindful about the health protocols that will allow us to STAY together. We are each individually responsible for doing our part, not only for our college, but the campus and the surrounding Fort Collins community. Those who don’t do their part will face consequences, including possible expulsion, as shared in Thursday’s email from President McConnell.

You’re already doing this. Many of you have spent the summer practicing social distancing behaviors and wearing masks to protect your friends and loved ones, which sometimes means foregoing certain activities for the greater good. It is critical that you continue that behavior at CSU. Lives may be at stake. Rams take care of Rams.

There is no reason why we can’t be a national model if we can demonstrate that it is possible to be together on campus and not have COVID-19 outbreaks. We are doing a service for our community and our society. Help CSU be known for teamwork and resilience. We guarantee these skills will be in demand when you enter the workforce or go on to your next adventure.


You will be held accountable by us, your peers, and the faculty and staff on your ability to respect the health of others. You will also be held accountable on your ability to treat others with dignity and respect. Clearly, there are still some  who do not understand these principles and continue to act in ways that make others feel unwelcome based on their skin color or race. Let us be clear: any action or incident involving racial bias or hatred will not be tolerated. 

As engineers and scientists, we need people with diverse backgrounds, thoughts and ideas to find the best solutions to the most challenging problems facing our world. Graduating with a degree in engineering or science from CSU comes with certain rights and responsibilities, and we’re not doing our jobs if we’re not preparing you for employers and a world that values diversity, equity and inclusion. You will likely see some programs and requirements in your curriculum addressing these issues this coming academic year. Again, it’s on all of us to create a culture that fosters belonging and treating everyone with respect and dignity.

The first four weeks of the semester often fly by and sometimes, we can all get behind. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you need help. We have advisors standing by to assist you virtually. You will also find greater success if you can limit distractions. When your classes are online, stay virtually connected with your instructors and fellow students. Reach out to a trusted advisor, peer, faculty member or us if you need help creating this environment.

Have a great semester Rams. We are in this together, and we will emerge stronger and even more prepared for a rapidly evolving world.

Public Health Expectations

Following public health guidance can help prevent COVID-19, and allows us to be together on university grounds.

Classes

Our goal, based on strict health guidelines, is to maximize the opportunity for in-person instruction while simultaneously allowing for remote learning where necessary.

The university has conducted a detailed inventory of every classroom, laboratory and learning environment here on campus to determine the maximum capacity to maintain safe social distancing requirements. For some courses, it may be possible for 100% of the instruction to occur in-person under these conditions. For other courses, it may be necessary to attend some fraction of classes in-person, and some fraction remotely.  In some cases, a course might be delivered completely online.

While things might look a little bit different than in previous years, we are committed to delivering the highest quality educational experience by investing in remote learning technology as well as additional instructors, graduate teaching assistants and undergraduate learning assistants. Given the complexity in class scheduling, final decisions on the delivery mode for each course will be made later this summer.

As per university guidelines, all lecture courses with more than 99 students have been moved online.  And, the university has expanded the weekly class schedule to enable additional afternoon and evening classes between 4 and 8 p.m. on weekdays, and with the option for classes on Saturdays.

Individual departments within the college are now busy planning the instructional delivery approaches depending on the classrooms and resources available to them within public health guidelines. Given the differences in enrollment and educational program requirements (e.g., labs, lectures, design projects), there may be slight variations in remote vs. in-person course delivery between departments in the college. Your department will be in touch with you soon with further information as it pertains to your program.  

The university is providing significant training for instructors this summer to ensure the best possible online course delivery. Additionally, most large classrooms in the college and across campus are being fitted with new technology for efficient lecture capture, remote access, and to record the content for asynchronous viewing.   Based on feedback from students and faculty from this spring, we will strive whenever possible to deliver synchronous remote instruction, providing opportunity for real-time interaction with a faculty member, while also providing opportunity for students to access recorded lectures/laboratory material asynchronously as well.

Classes that are delivered in-person or hybrid will appear in RAMweb with a day, time, and classroom. As the Office of the Registrar manages the process of finding the appropriate space for the course, there may be changes to the room over the summer. You will receive more information about your individual classes and expectations for in-person/hybrid participation near the beginning of the semester. Note that some of the courses that currently say in-person may actually be online or hybrid. The Office of the Registrar is clarifying all instructional formats by early August.

Please also continue to monitor https://covid.colostate.edu/learning-and-academic-interactions/ for the latest information from the university on classes this fall.

Based on health considerations, the last two weeks of classes (November 30-December 11) and finals week (December 14-18) will be delivered remotely. For the latest information on commencement, please visit the University Commencement page at commencement.colostate.edu.

Housing and Dining

University housing is scheduled to be open for the fall semester and will remain open during and after Fall Break for students who need to remain or return to campus. There are new guidelines for dining that respects physical distancing. Please go to https://housing.colostate.edu/covid-19 for detailed information.

  • Impact on GPA for students on academic probation.
  • Impact on graduate/professional school applications.
  • Scholarship implications if a minimum of graded coursework is required.