Industrial and Systems Engineering - Student Resources

Advising, Tutoring, and Mentoring

Advising – The biomedical 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 the conduct and honesty policies.

Advisory Board

The Industrial and Systems Engineering Advisory Board is comprised of successful engineers who work at various businesses throughout the United States. Together they review the industrial engineering curriculum at all levels to ensure that our programs remain up-to-date and respond to industry changes. The committee has annual meetings at the end of the academic year. Learn more about the professionals that comprise our advisory board.

Industrial and Systems Engineering Academy

The Industrial and Systems Engineering Academy was established to recognize individuals who have made an impact on the field of industrial engineering and who have contributed to the success of the department and its students. Read more about our inductees and the criteria for induction.

Student Organizations

Engineers for a Sustainable World
Engineers for a Sustainable World is a non-profit network of students, university faculty, and professionals with the common goal of achieving a more sustainable world for current and future generations.

Institute of Industrial Engineers – Student Chapter
The Institute of Industrial Engineers is an international society for professionals and academics to further the industrial engineering profession. The RIT student chapter hosts numerous events each year, including tours of local businesses, panel discussions featuring program alumni working in area businesses, and networking opportunities with engineers through the local professional chapter.

Tau Beta Pi – Engineering Honor Society
This national engineering honor society was founded to honor students with distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in the field of engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering college. Election to Tau Beta Pi is one of the highest honors that can come to an engineering student from his or her peers.