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Office of Engineering Undergraduate Education (OEUE)

The Office of Engineering Undergraduate Education (OEUE) develops and implements policies and programs to foster successful student/faculty outcomes in our diverse engineering environment, manages the College of Engineering student academic support philosophy and overall student diversity and success, and manages various College-level events and activities that focus on student academic support and recognition including, but not limited to, the Engineering Convocation and our National Engineers Week observance.

Common areas of support include:

Student looks at a display at the the E-Week Carnival

Undergraduate Advisement

The Office of Undergraduate Advisement provides comprehensive student services for prospective and admitted students in the College of Engineering. For additional information, visit Undergraduate Advisement.

construction engineering students in hard hats

Student Development & Support

Student Development and Support encompasses the development and delivery of information regarding educational support, career development and overall student success.

Attendees at the annual RISE banquet


The RISE Program identifies academically talented minority students as well as others, and provides a supportive atmosphere to enhance their success in attaining an engineering degree.

Shots of displays and speakers at the College of Engineering's Enginneers Week opening carnival in the lobby of Harker Lab

Student Organizations

Engineering is a team sport and one of the ways that students learn to play effectively and win is to develop the ability to work productively with a diversity of people in different scenarios through participation in Registered Student Organizations.

“In this battle to protect our infrastructure, it’s about training an army of folks that can do subtle or out-of-the-box thinking in real time to outsmart the bad guys, who are motivated by cash, or politics of whatever else,” said Andy Novocin, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering. “We’re always struggling to keep up with this battle, so this training is important on that scale.”

Current Student Resources

Many resources are available at the University of Delaware and in the College of Engineering to help our students achieve success.