Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Office
Forney Hall of Chemical Engineering
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm - 5:00pmPhone: (765) 494-5650
FAX: (765) 494-0805
Undergraduate Office Secretary
Secretary to Co-Op Coordinator
Senior Academic Advisor
Associate Director Of Undergraduate Studies
Dr. David Corti
Professor of Chemical Engineering
Director of the Undergraduate Studies
The Undergraduate Office is the front line resource for students. All academic aspects of the program are administered out of this office including all academic advising. We are here to guide, help, and serve our students and are committed to supporting each student in developing and implementing an individualized plan for academic success.
Karissa & Caryn serve as the Academic Advisors to all undergraduate students in the School of Chemical Engineering. Reasons a student might consult with an advisor include, but are not limited to:
- questions about their degree program, dual degree plans, minors, concentrations, plans of study, etc
- questions about planning for study abroad
- personal issues interfering with academic performance
- academic deficiency issues – poor performance in ChE
- Questions about other resources on campus
Students are expected to fulfill the following responsibilities in the advising process:
- Know your advisor.
- Accept responsibility for your academic choices.
- Seek help from your advisor when appropriate.
- Know basic University, school, and departmental graduation requirements for your major or minor well enough to plan your own progress toward degree completion.
- Develop social, academic, and career goals and examine how these goals will affect your life and future plans.
- Keep up-to-date on academic policies, procedures, and requirements by reviewing the BSChE curriculum requirements, schedule of classes, University Regulations, etc.
- Maintain personal copies of tentative degree plans, progress reports, and transfer credit evaluations until graduation.
- Obtain prior approval for transfer credits.
- Use the Center for Career Opportunities and other resources in your college/school or department to investigate long-range career goals, career opportunities, and the selection of a major or minor.