You don’t have to figure it out alone. Penn State Engineers have lots of support to guide them to success!
Financial Aid and Scholarships
The College of Engineering is not directly involved in any matters of financial aid, such as student loans, federal and state grants, or work-study. All applicants to the University, regardless of location, should refer to the Penn State Office of Student Aid for that information.
The College does administer endowed and corporate scholarships for engineering students based on criteria including major, interest, merit, and financial need. More
Engineering Advising Center
Advisers are on hand to help you choose classes, figure out your path to graduation, and answer any questions you have along the way. Best of all, they have an open door policy so you can talk to someone when it fits your schedule. More
Engineering Career Resources
When you’re ready to start looking for an internship, co-op, or job, our team provides you with tips for writing résumÉs and cover letters, networking with corporate recruiters, and landing that engineering-related position of your dreams. More
Engineering Special Living Options
Choose to live in a dorm with other engineering students and you’ll be surrounded by people who know what you’re going through. Always have someone who can help you with classes, join you at events, or sit with you at dinner in the dining hall. More
Engineering Orientation Network
Engineering Orientation Network (EON) is a student organization that runs a one-day orientation session for first-year students at the beginning of fall semester and offers networking events throughout the year. More
The Office of Engineering Diversity assists women and multicultural students in the pursuit of their undergraduate and graduate degrees. This support system of faculty and staff encourages current students to become involved with our programs and student organizations. Our office also provides numerous scholarships, student retention programs, recruitment efforts, and professional development opportunities to Penn State engineers. More
There are many ways for you to find extra help with a course if you need assistance. Faculty are always willing to discuss questions you might have about their classes during their office hours, and many run review sessions or provide helpful materials or practice quizzes on their course websites. Each department maintains lists of tutors for courses, and student groups in engineering offer individual tutoring sessions. Engineering students frequently participate in student groups for the calculus, chemistry, and physics courses they take during the first two years. Penn State Learning offers tutoring to all Penn State undergraduates in mathematics, writing, and foreign languages.