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Student Support and Engagement

The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering has many avenues for students to find academic and professional support and guidance on their path to graduation. These student-centered learning opportunities elevate the Auburn Engineering experience and better prepare students to address the engineering challenges of tomorrow.

100+ Women Strong

Fostering the success of female engineering students is the guiding principle of 100+ Women Strong, an organization to recruit, retain and reward Auburn women in engineering. Alumni and friends of Auburn Engineering offer their time to encourage female engineering students through mentoring, sharing professional experiences and unique networking opportunities.

Engineering Academic Excellence Program

The Academic Excellence Program supports underrepresented students throughout their entire Auburn Engineering experience, from before their first semester starts through graduation and beyond. Students form life-long connections while focusing on academic preparation, professional readiness and exploring career paths. Through collaborative learning sessions, peer tutoring and professional development workshops, the Academic Excellence Program forms a solid foundation on which students thrive. 

Engineering Tutoring Center

Students are encouraged to participate in individual and group tutoring services that cover nearly 75 subjects in math, science and high-demand engineering courses. 

Mentoring and Advising

The academic advisors and faculty in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering are engaged and ready to help students achieve their academic goals. Additional peer advising and mentoring programs serve to further highlight the Auburn Engineering experience as one that centers on student academic achievement.

Student Involvement

Student engagement is a vital part of the Auburn Engineering experience. With more than 40 engineering student organizations and more than a dozen global engineering programs, Auburn Engineering offers co-curricular programming for every student who wants to get involved beyond the classroom and make a difference in their community.

Career Development and Corporate Relations

The Office of Career Development and Corporate Relations (CDCR) puts Auburn Engineering students first. Experienced and dedicated staff serve to support Auburn Engineering students throughout their college experience as they design their future engineering careers. From growing professional development skills, connecting with experiential educational opportunities and finding valuable information regarding career options available in each engineering field, CDCR has something for every student, no matter there they are on their career journey.

Through CDCR, students gain access to some of the most powerful companies and organizations in the nation, all eager to hire Auburn engineers. Here, students find the resources they need to become one of the more than two million engineers working in the U.S. today – in fields ranging from defense infrastructure to telecommunications, consumer electronics and beyond – who are making the world a better place.