Policies and Procedures
College of Engineering Resources
Engineering Career Development
The Engineering Career Development staff assists students in developing job search skills, building career networks, and securing rewarding careers in their field of study. For more information visit http://www.engr.uky.edu/careers/.
The eStudio provides free tutoring in written, oral, visual, and digital communication to students, faculty, and staff in the College of Engineering. For a complete list of the services offered or to make an appointment, visit http://www.engr.uky.edu/estudio/.
Engineering Graduate Student Lounge
A lounge area dedicated solely to College of Engineering graduate students is located in room 322 of the Center for Robotics and Manufacturing Systems building (CRMS). Entry can be gained through room 324 (kitchen). Access is restricted to active graduate students in the College of Engineering. The lounge is open 24/7. Please use your UK ID card to enter.
To request access, visit: http://www.engr.uky.edu/request-room-access
The lounge gives graduate students from all CoE departments a place to relax and interact with each other on an informal basis. Graduate students are encouraged to socialize in the lounge. While you may read or study in the lounge, it is NOT intended as a quiet study room. The lounge is equipped with comfortable seating areas, café tables and chairs, a foosball table, large screen television, and a variety of board games. The adjacent kitchen includes a refrigerator, microwave, sink, and Keurig hot beverage machine. Bring your own mug and K-cup to brew coffee or tea.
Engineering Graduate Student Organizations
The College of Engineering has several graduate student specific students organizations in which to become involved. These include:
- Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)
- Materials and Chemical Engineering (MACE) Graduate Student Association
- Mechanical Engineering Graduate Student Association (MEGA) Facebook page
UK Graduate School
The Graduate School provides many services to graduate students, including workshops to develop and refine transferable skills highly sought by employers, professional development guidance to graduate students who wish to explore or pursue a faculty career and opportunities to connect with other graduate students.