From the day you first set foot in the MIME to the day you receive your diploma, the MIME Undergraduate Advising Team in 238 Rogers Hall is here to help. Every one of these talented and knowledgeable individuals is committed to helping ensure that you stay on track and move through your program successfully.
NOTE: Effective Summer 2019, the College of Engineering now operates undergraduate majors under an academic progression model, replacing the Pre/Professional model that began in 1981. Watch this video to learn more, or schedule an appointment with an advisor. Students enrolled prior to Summer of 2019 may opt-in to the model by meeting with an advisor.
Meet the advising team and schedule your advising appointment. This page is your primary touchpoint with MIME advisors for term-by-term special announcements, office hours, contact info and the appointment scheduling interface. MIME undergraduates must keep an up-to-date academic plan, and our advising team will help you do this.
Term-by-term advising activities and program-planning responsibilities for MIME undergraduates – for example, keeping an up-to-date academic plan, registering for classes, and receiving a PIN number for term-by-term class registration are outlined on this page.
The Academic Plan is your tool for course scheduling and provides the necessary framework when working with your MIME advisor. You have ownership of creating your own Acdemic Plan. MIME advisors focus primarily on providing input and guidance on your program-planning decisions and answering your questions about courses, degree requirements, academic rules and regulations, etc.
The Accelerated Master's Platform (AMP) is an academic track that benefits motivated undergraduates by creating a path to a Master's degree as soon as one year after receiving a bachelors of science from Oregon State. If you've thought about graduate studies in engineering, you should consider the advantages AMP offers.