Industrial and Systems Engineering
- Dept. office:
- 3182 Mechanical Engineering Building
1513 University Avenue
- Student records:
- Pamela Peterson, 3182 Mechanical Engineering Building, 608/263-4025, email@example.com
All EGR students are advised at
Engineering General Resources.
Sophomores, juniors and seniors with an
classification are assigned a faculty advisor.
Advisors are generally available on a walk-in basis during their office hours and by appointment at other times. Students usually keep the same advisor throughout their academic career, unless they choose to change or the instructor is not available.
To discuss changing your advisor, contact
You may pick up an
student guidebook, which outlines the curriculum and provides information about organizations and faculty members, in the department office.
Advising is an ongoing activity that helps the students and faculty develop mentoring relationships and communication.
Each semester, we schedule a specific Undergrad Advising Week and ask students to meet with their faculty advisor to discuss classes for next semester and any other concerns they may have.
Advising is mandatory, not optional.
For continuing undergraduates, this is an excellent opportunity to have a skilled and knowledgeable professor help them achieve academic success by aiding with course selection.
This is the kind of advice that streamlines a student's progress through the program and helps them to increase their GPA.
For graduating seniors, the last advising meeting is an opportunity to tell us what they think about their academic experience here via an exit interview questionnaire or discussion with an advisor.
Undergrad Advising Week usually happens one or two weeks before registration begins.
Students receive an email indicating who their advisor is, that person's contact information, and instructions on how to sign up for an advising meeting.
with questions or concerns pertaining to the advising process.
Advising information contact:
Pamela Peterson, 3182 Mechanical Engineering Building, 608/263-4025, firstname.lastname@example.org