Engineers can do anything. They are problem solvers and rely on their math and science skills to improve a consumer need. The Advising & Outreach Center is here to help you get your Engineering degree. Our office can assist with course planning, career guidance, and directing you to academic resources. Drop by and meet the staff. Let us help you make the most of your college experience.
Do you have a Required Advising Hold? Follow this link to find out more about Required Advising.
Click here to access the Pre RAD (Required Advising) Questionnaire
How to Reach Us:
COEN Advising & Outreach Center
Charles P. Ruch Engineering Building, Room 101
All Majors Welcome.
Engineering Majors benefit from a comprehensive team of advisors. Freshmen and Pre-Engineering students (classes prior to Math 170) are assigned a First Year Experience advisor to help review degree requirements and customize your graduation plan. As you progress through your courses you will be assigned an advisor in the College of Engineering. This approach gives you the opportunity to review academic resources and career advising. Look up your advisor on my.BoiseState.edu and schedule an appointment. Meet with the advisor whose availability works best with yours. Meeting with either advisor is fine.
To get specific advising information:
The COEN Advising & Outreach Center Advising Appointments for the following Engineering Majors
Materials Science & Engineering
Schedule an appointment to meet with your faculty advisor as listed in your Student Center.
Once you have progressed in your coursework to Sophomore level classes you will be assigned a faculty advisor.