Welcome to the Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate site!
Here you will find up to date information about walk-in hours, scheduling appointments, course syllabi, electives, and other events going on in the department.
Academic assistance for ENME courses is available via *virtual* HelpME Center services. For details, please go HERE. If you find you cannot access the page, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you expect to be on campus at any point this semester, be aware of the testing requirement prior to visiting or attending any on campus meeting, class, or event. ALL students in on campus housing as well as in the region’s off campus housing are required to abide by the following: https://uhr.umd.edu/coronavirus/return-to-campus/covid-19-testing-information/
**Important Advising Announcement**
We hope you are excited to begin this academic year. We also wanted to thank you for your patience and understanding given the almost daily changes that have occurred given the ongoing global pandemic. As we all continue navigating this new landscape, we too will continue to do our best to provide you with the best experience that we can as your Student Services team.
In the Spring semester, we assigned you with a temporary academic advisor and stated we would be giving you a permanent advisor beginning in the fall. Some of you may be changing advisors, but we did our best to keep you with the same person you had up to this point. We ask that moving forward you work with your assigned advisor. The advising breakdown is noted below:
Students with last name A-E will be assigned to Matt Sinclair: email@example.com
Students with last name F-L will be assigned to Juana Hurtado: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students with last name M-Q will be assigned to Kerri Poppler James: email@example.com
Students with last name R-Z will be assigned to Fitzgerald Walker: firstname.lastname@example.org
These assignments were made to balance out the number of undergraduate students (1200!) with our staff members. Your assigned advisor has sent you information on their drop/add advising times and what to expect for the Fall semester, so please use this time to ask any final questions before the semester begins. We also ask as a gentle reminder to allow us up to 2-3 business days to reply to any inquiries.
GRADUATES – If you plan on graduating this Fall 2020 semester, please be sure to contact your advisor for a graduation review, and be sure to complete your Graduation Application on Testudo before the end of add/drop (September 14th, 2020).
FRESHMEN – We ask that you still only email email@example.com as it is the most streamlined way for the department to handle inquiries in this mostly online environment, and allows us to provide you with a faster response given our current structure. You will have a chance to meet your permanent advisor once you attend your group advising and will then be able to work directly with them.
We look forward to working with you all as you continue your academic career with Mechanical Engineering. As always, we are here for your success!
Any and all official departmental announcements will be sent from the firstname.lastname@example.org email account. As we get more information on this constantly evolving situation, we will be sure to update you through this account so please be sure to also check your spam folder throughout the rest of the semester to make sure these communications are not ending up there. Please also be sure to look for official communications from the university for updated information as it becomes available. We know that this has to be a stressful time, and we want you to know that we are here to support you through it. We are always here and happy to help you with your questions and concerns to the best of our ability.
If you have general questions, please send an email to email@example.com. You can expect a response within 1-2 business days.
Please read the following before contacting an advisor:
- In preparation for advising , please do the following:
- Run a degree audit to get an idea of what classes you need to take to fulfill your major course requirements
- Take a look at your 4-Year Plan and map out your Spring 2021 schedule