At The William States Lee College of Engineering we believe in learning by doing, so all of our programs include a practical component. Freshmen design and build projects ranging from spring-powered cars, to computer chip circuits, to balsa wood bridges. Hands-on learning continues through the senior year, where students team up to tackle real-world industrial projects such as bomb-detecting robots and high-pressure piping systems for nuclear plants. Below are some of the programs we offer to help you reach your goals.
|SUPPORT NAME||TYPE OF SUPPORT||SUPPORT OFFERED TO|
|Freshman Learning Community (FLC)||Residential learning community, onsite classes and tutoring, out- of-class learning||Freshmen|
|Leadership training based on corporate modules||Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors|
|Maximizing Academic and Professional Success (MAPS) Program||Peer transition coaching, Supplemental Instruction, tutoring||All students but particularly new freshmen and transfer students|
|Information on internships, Cooperative Education (co-ops), professional licensure, employer recruiting, job search, networking events and the annual fall Picnic||
All years but especially Juniors, Seniors and Alumni
|Industrial Solutions Laboratory (ISL) and Senior Design||Senior Design Expo, industry networking||Seniors|