Academic Integrity is a critical aspect of scholarship within the College of Engineering. To learn more about the Honor Code in the College of Engineering, please see the Rules, Rights, and Responsibilities section of the Bulletin. To better educate students about standards for excellence, the College of Engineering’s Responsible Conduct of Research and Scholarship (RCRS) workshops are required for all Ph.D. students, as well as those master’s and undergraduate students participating in NSF or NIH-funded research.
C.A.R.E. (Consultation, Assistance, and Resources in Engineering) Center
The Michigan Engineering C.A.R.E. Center is the central hub to assist engineering students by providing genuine and practical support, both inside and outside the classroom. The C.A.R.E. Center works with all College of Engineering students to assess individual support needs, help navigate problem-solving options, and connect them to relevant resources across the University.
The Center for Research on Learning & Teaching in Engineering (CRLT-Engin) promotes evidence-based practices in engineering education so that students and instructors from diverse backgrounds and social identities can learn and thrive. CRLT-Engin provides a number of resources, including programs and workshops, for student instructors.
Engineering Career Resource Center
The Engineering Career Resource Center offers comprehensive career development services to College of Engineering students to support a successful transition from campus to career, and to assist employers with developing and maintaining successful recruiting relationships with Michigan Engineering.
Graduate Student Organizations
The University of Michigan offers 135+ engineering-affiliated student organizations, which provide opportunities for students to advance their leadership, team development, technical skills, and engineering knowledge.
Graduate Student Professional Development
Many professional development opportunities exist within the College of Engineering (CoE) for Masters and doctoral students. CoE’s Office of Student Affairs, Rackham Graduate School, Michigan Libraries, and Student Life also offer professional and personal development programs for graduate students.
The International Center serves the international student population, facilitates intercultural and international education, and fosters a global campus community at the University of Michigan and beyond.
Office of Student Affairs
The Office of Student Affairs provides support and opportunities for all Michigan Engineering students on a wide variety of topics including career services, advising, student organization policies, mental health, scholarships, tutoring, admissions, transfers, and much more.
Rackham Graduate School Academic Policies
To learn more about the Rackham Graduate School’s academic policies, please visit here.
Teaching & Learning Resources
The College of Engineering provides a number of teaching & learning resources for graduate students. This includes the following:
- CRLT-E for Student Instructors
- Faculty Resources for Online & Hybrid Teaching
- Nexus Faculty Resources Blog