Electrical and Microelectronic Engineering - Student Resources

Advising – The electrical and microelectronic engineering department views academic advising as an essential component of the undergraduate experience. Students are assigned a faculty advisor and a professional staff advisor to assist with academic, social, and professional needs.

Tutoring and Mentoring

Tutoring and mentoring services are available year-round. Advisors in the Kate Gleason College of Engineering, and throughout at RIT, can help you with high school-college transition issues, discovering your personal learning style, and developing study skills that will optimize success in your program of study. Tutors are available for every area of study.

Conduct and Honesty – Please refer to RIT’s Policy on Student Academic Integrity Process for information on conduct and honesty policies.

Student Handbooks – Please refer to these guides for specific information

Approved Courses, Academic Flow Charts, and Reference Materials

Computing Resources