The department of Mechanical Engineering understands that college life can be hectic, so we offer convenient links to resources for our currently enrolled students here.
Learn more about the life-changing opportunities you have at Ole Miss.
Check out courses offered by Mechanical Engineering.
Check progress towards your degree and plan for the upcoming semester.
As the current semester comes closer to the end, it becomes time to think about the next one. Advising is an important step in getting registered for your next semester.
This policy states the expected standards for student academic integrity, describes examples of academic misconduct, including cheating and plagiarism, and explains disciplinary procedures, sanctions, and appeal procedures. Download the PDF file directly here.
An engineering senior year is full of details that need to be handled in a timely manner, including some critical deadlines. The Dean's Office has compiled a Senior Forum for your benefit. Presentation to seniors every year in September with this convenient website for easy reference. Best wishes for a successful senior year!
Are you planning out your classes for next semester, and trying to figure out what a certain class is all about? Try looking at the Engineering Catalog and find more information about that class. You may even find an elective you never thought you'd want to take!
If you are looking for forms such as degree application, administrative request, petition for late withdrawal, pre-approval to transfer credits, time conflict resolution, tutoring request, or forgiveness forms, they are all accessible in one place.
If you need information, like course listings and contact information, try looking in the Handbook. The Handbook also provides information such as how to calculate your GPA, how to drop classes, and more in its Undergraduate FAQ section.
Information about all of academic events, holidays, and important dates can be found on the Academic Calendar.
Ole Miss provides a Career Center to help students transition to the work world by helping students obtain jobs, internships, and co-ops. The career center also provides help towards resume building, networking, exploring graduate programs, interview practice, and more.