The Don and Susie Law Engineering Success Center provides undergraduate engineering students with resume reviews, job search and career advising, salary negotiation tactics, mock interviews, cooperative education partnerships, and the opportunity to engage with diversity organizations.
Office hours and location
Due to the significant increase in COVID cases in our state and county these last few weeks, our office in the Scott Bioengineering Building is currently not open for in-person contact.
In-person Office Hours
The Engineering Success Center will be open for limited in-person hours beginning Monday, February 1, 2021.
Mondays: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Tuesdays: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Wednesdays: 1 – 5 p.m.
Thursdays: 1 – 5 p.m.
Fridays: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Please continue to follow safe distancing, masks, and any other pandemic guidelines.
Academic advising, Engineering Residential Learning Community, or Ram Orientation
The Engineering Career Fair is the cornerstone of on-campus recruiting activities for engineering students each semester, and is open to all current CSU students and alumni.
Source News: College’s first virtual career fair a big success!
Nearly 700 students in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering talked with 64 employers virtually at the college’s semi-annual Career Fair October 1.
- Sign into Handshake using CSU eID
- Select Career Center Tab
- Select Appointments
- Select Schedule a New Appointment
- Select category as Mock Interview Program or Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering
- Continue following steps to select open time slots
Diversity Programs in Engineering (DPE) is building a strong community that embraces the creative ideas that minority groups contribute to engineering research and projects. In doing so, we come closer to the goal of finding the best solutions for global challenges.
Outreach and Equity Coordinator
Claudia works with current students, student organizations, summer program initiatives, and outreach
Join one of our Student Diversity Organizations
ENpower Bridge Program
ENpower is a residential program that gives incoming first-year students from underrepresented groups an opportunity to get to know campus prior to the start of the academic year, while meeting faculty, staff, and other engineering students.
Transition to College Life with a Summer Bridge Program
As part of our Diversity Programs in Engineering, ENpower offers students the tools and campus resources needed as they transition from high school to college. The program provides students the opportunity to gain skills that support good study habits needed in a challenging discipline like engineering.
Sessions will be held on:
- career planning
- time management
- study skills
- stress management
Current students will talk about life as an engineering student on the CSU campus, and can answer your questions about faculty or undergraduate research. Read a CSU Source article about the program here.
When is ENpower Bridge?
The workshop begins each year the Sunday prior to Ram Welcome for entering freshmen. Participants should plan to arrive on campus that day between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. and move directly into their permanently assigned residence hall. At 4 p.m. on Sunday, participants and their parent(s) will meet for dinner to get acquainted with other students and prepare for the week.
Why attend ENpower?
The workshop is an investment in a student’s future, and helps students succeed in the classroom during their freshman year. Participants will meet and make friends with other students interested in engineering. Experience shows that support groups offer an important advantage in successfully obtaining a university degree.
What will participants learn?
Along with the sessions mentioned above, there will be further classroom sessions on how to succeed in math and chemistry. A day of team building at the CSU Mountain Campus in Poudre Canyon will kick off the week.
Is there any cost to attend?
There is no fee to participate in the four day program, and all materials for the workshops are included. Participants will need to provide their own transportation to the CSU campus.
What is expected of students in the program?
Students are expected to fully participate in ENpower programming, and continue in the mentoring program during their freshman year. Space is limited and will be given to students willing to commit to the program.
Additional scholarship opportunities, including a $200 scholarship, are available for students who attend the four day bridge program, participate in the associated mentoring program throughout the academic year, and stay continuously enrolled in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.