Resources for Mechanical Engineering Students
- Undergraduate Program of Study 2022-23
- Undergraduate Department Electives 2022-23
- Undergraduate Specialization Courses
Our current students know the meaning of hard work, involvement, and the importance of thinking about the future. They are global students, technology innovators, and active community members. The UCSB College of Engineering and our departments provide academic support, career development opportunities, and research opportunities for current undergraduate students.
Visit our academic advising site for details about major, program, and college advising services.
The forms are for undergraduates declared in a College of Engineering major. You may submit your petition via email or in person. Before submitting the petition make sure all fields are complete and all signatures have been obtained.
Event listing for information sessions and career events for students, advice for career events, internships, and resume review.
CLAS (campus learning assistance services), Tau Beta Pi honor society tutoring services, engineering undergraduate study room, and student resources
Food access at UCSB, community housing, and emergency financial funds.
Student Health, CAPS (Counseling and Psychological Services), Student Mental Health Coordination Services, Drug and Alcohol Program, and more.
How to get involved in undergraduate research, how to approach a research mentor, and a directory of opportunities
UCSB student organizations of interest to engineering students, including local chapters of national membership organizations, Engineering Student Council, and the TBP honor society
Learn more about UC Education Abroad Program opportunities specific to College of Engineering students
Guidelines for transferring credit from courses taken at other institutions
Scholarships are available to current College of Engineering students and links to undergraduate financial aid resources
Information and dates about the graduation process, Commencement, and the Senior Send-off ceremony
Students who need to leave the university or are returning after a break in attendance must follow university protocols.
- Engineer in Training Exam: California Dept of Consumer Affairs Board for Professional Engineers
- HOPR, UCSB Bicycle and Scooter Share