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The following links provide useful information for current undergraduate and graduate students.
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Get to Know your Academic Advisor
Our ECEE academic advisors are trained to handle your academic questions and concerns as well as guide you through your degree to ensure you are on track and on your way to your future in engineering.
ECEE Student Organizations
Fulton Engineering has a diverse range of student organizations. Each group is different with honors societies, degree-specific groups, industry student chapters and cultural organizations. The following are a few ECEE-specific or related student organizations. To view the full list of engineering student organizations, please visit: studentorgs.engineering.asu.edu
If you would like to see your ECEE focused student organization listed on this page, please contact us with the organization name, website and a brief description.
Engineers Without Borders
The Engineers Without Borders chapter at ASU is a chapter of the national non-profit organization which aims to create a more stable and prosperous world by addressing people’s basic human needs and providing necessities such as clean water, power, sanitation and education. Our group works with a partnering community in countries all around the world to design and implement low-cost, small-scale, replicable and sustainable engineering solutions to problems including water, sanitation and renewable energy.
Learn more about Engineers Without Borders
Eta Kappa Nu, International Honor Society for Electrical Engineers
Eta Kappa Nu is a unique membership organization dedicated to encouraging and recognizing excellence in the electrical and computer engineering fields. Our members consist of students, alumni and other professionals who have demonstrated exceptional academic and professional accomplishments. Our student members are selected on the basis of scholastic standing, character and leadership. Through a variety of service programs and leadership training, our members develop lifelong skills that earmark them for prominent positions in industry and academia. Our members are much better prepared for the post-college world and are especially valuable and attractive to employers. They are recognized as extremely capable, both technically and professionally.
Learn more about Eta Kappa Nu, International Honor Society for Electrical Engineers
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
At IEEE at ASU, we are committed to the dissemination of knowledge, and our activities are aimed at spreading awareness of IEEE on and off campus. Join the IEEE team and become an active participant. The possibilities are endless!
Learn more about the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers at ASU
Engineering Student Facilities
Designed with you in mind.
Engineering Career Center
Located in the Centerpoint building, the Engineering Career Center facilitates communication between potential employers and our engineering students looking for full-time job opportunities and internships. This communication occurs in a variety of ways, including biannual engineering career fairs, career mixers, on-campus interviews and employer panels. It is here that students can obtain current job listings, learn about job shadowing opportunities, and receive training on networking, etiquette, résumé writing and other career coaching services. These efforts provide students with direction upon graduation and prove to be a continuing and beneficial resource for undergraduates, graduates and alumni from the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.
The eSpace design studio is both a concept and an on-campus facility. At eSpace, and at Fulton Engineering, we believe that students should be engineers from their first day at the University and their studies should reflect the creative and hands-on work that engineers crave.
eSpace is an open, engaging space designed to build excitement about engineering and encourage collaboration. Features include high-end computers to power engineering applications, writeable glass panel walls that can be used for collaborative design and pods of interactive computer. The modular design of eSpace enables instructors and students to create custom workspaces.
On the north side of the building, large panel doors open to the outside, allowing large-scale projects to be moved to the patio for demonstration. Completed projects can be showcased in display areas at the front of the building, and in front of the glass-panel walls to give passers-by a view of the activity inside.
As a concept, the eSpace design and protoyping studio is reflective of Fulton Engineering’s commitment to provide students with the experiences needed to prepare them to be the engineers of tomorrow. Aimed at freshmen, eSpace is designed for the early introduction of engineering thought processes and concepts through hands-on, problem-solving projects.
Many of our Introduction to Engineering classes (FSE 100) schedule their labs in the eSpace studio, taking advantage of the custom-built environment to facilitate multiple team-based projects. Past projects have spanned the spectrum, including hydroelectric power generators, solar cars, robotics and solar power generation systems.
Teams participating in Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) also take advantage of the creative work environment and accessibility of eSpace to plan their entrepreneurial service projects and to develop their proposed solutions. Learn more at engineering.asu.edu/epics
Barrett, The Honors College
Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University is a selective, residential college that recruits academically outstanding undergraduates from across the nation. Fulton Engineering students compose the largest percentage of Honors students, Barrett has strived to create facilities worthy of these innovatively minded and motivated students.
Barrett collaborates with University Housing on campus to provide a unique living and learning environment coupled with state-of-the-art facilities and services.
In August 2009, Barrett opened their new residential campus, offering a student center, dining center, administrative and faculty offices, and 1,700 beds for Barrett students in a four-year residential community.
On this nine-acre residential community, reserved specifically for Honors students on the Tempe campus, engineering students have access to a community with a distinct, smaller-college feel within the larger university. Suite-style student residences feature modern amenities, allowing all of the comforts of home in their living and learning community.
The Barrett dining hall includes remarkable food and sparkling amenities. Students enjoy wood-fired brick oven pizzas, vegetarian and vegan offerings that change daily, sushi, a salad bar, made to order sandwiches and more in an all-you-care-to-eat setting that includes a covered terrace, a refectory and private dining rooms. Commonly a meeting place for faculty-student engagement, the dining hall serves as an extension of the broader college philosophy of accessibility.
This residential community has more National Merit Scholars than MIT, Duke, Brown, Stanford or the University of California-Berkeley, and Barrett students benefit from a 12 million dollar endowment used exclusively to support honors students and their projects. Barrett’s facilities are a reflection of engineering students’ commitment to excellence in higher learning.
Engineering Tutoring Center
The Engineering Tutoring Center is located just south of the Engineering Student Center in ECF 102.
The Engineering Tutoring Centers offers FREE tutoring to ASU students in undergraduate level coursework. Learn more about tutoring services at ASU: tutoring.engineering.asu.edu
Engineering Residential Community
First-year Engineering students have the opportunity to enrich their academic experience outside of the classroom by being a part of the Engineering Residential Community. Students live in Palo Verde Main, Palo Verde East or Barrett (for Honors students).
In these residential communities Engineering students have the opportunity to share a floor and building with many fellow engineers, creating a strong support system that may carry on throughout their years at ASU.
Engineers know how to have fun, and the Engineering Residential Community hosts many fun activities throughout the year. You can challenge your professors to a game of volleyball, dine at Engrained with faculty and upperclassmen, carve pumpkins and make them explode using chemistry, learn about lasers and play laser tag with other engineers, tour ASU and industry facilities and much more.
Palo Verde East, located in the North Neighborhood of campus, provides double-occupancy accommodations with suite-style baths. This dorm is also rare in that it features a women’s-only floor. Amenities include computer labs, tutoring centers, academic advising, laundry facilities, vending machines, air conditioning, community kitchen facilities and basic cable. The main floor includes a Starbuck’s café, comfortable lounge area, dining tables and the UPS store.
The Residence Hall Association’s (RHA) office is located in Palo Verde East offering quick access for questions and concerns, as well as all the current residential community event information from meet-and-greets to carnivals.
Palo Verde Main is also home to The Devil’s Diner, a 1950’s-themed restaurant. The diner features a full menu with old-fashioned shakes and desserts, an authentic 1950’s jukebox and campus photographs from the 1950’s displayed on the walls. Dining options in Palo Verde Main include the Devil’s Bistro, featuring pizza, and Devil’s Greens, offering salads, soups, breads and fruit.
For more information about the facilities of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, please visit: engineering.asu.edu/tour