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With finals approaching, it is a great time to make sure new students are aware of a few recommendations from our upperclassmen that can help them be successful. The number one recommendation for academic success is time management. Students should make sure they know their final exam schedule to plan study time. Professors list final exam times on the course syllabus. Students can also find the university final exam schedule on the K-State Academics webpage:

We recommend that students study two to three hours per week per credit hour enrolled. We also suggest that students study away from their residences. The college provides study space in the Fiedler Learning Commons and throughout the engineering building. SAS Tutoring is available in the Collaborative Learning Lab. Tutors will schedule final exam reviews in some math, science and engineering courses.

Last, but not least, getting enough sleep is critical to a student's academic success and overall health and well-being. To learn more, visit the Study Skills webpage.


Multicultural Engineering Program
The Multicultural Engineering Program (MEP) works with multicultural students to provide opportunities for networking and engagement. The program also provides special opportunities for engineering corporate and industry partners to meet with multicultural students. MEP student organizations include the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES), National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), and Society of Hispanic Engineers (SHPE). To learn more, visit the MEP webpage.


Women in Engineering
The Women in Engineering (WiE) program provides opportunities for women in engineering to connect, share and support each other during their time at K-State. WiE mentors and leaders create and plan events and activities that provide social engagement, professional development and academic support for women in the college. To learn more, visit the WiE webpage.

Student Accomplishments

K-State teams place at regional competition
Two student competition teams from the architectural engineering and construction science department placed second in their respective divisions at the recent Associated Schools of Construction Region 4 2017 Construction Management Competition.


Engineering student chosen as 2018 K-State Student Ambassador Michelle Anderson, sophomore in finance and accounting, and Darrell Reese Jr., junior in mechanical engineering, were announced as the ambassadors Oct. 21 during halftime of the K-State Homecoming football game against the University of Oklahoma.


Engineering students attend 2017 Gas Machinery Conference
A team of engineering students from Kansas State University experienced three days of technical training and presentations at the 2017 Gas Machinery Conference Oct. 1-4 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Important Links

Academic Success Center
Engineering Student Services
Academic Calendar
Campus Map

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November 2017

Monday, Nov. 20 - Friday, Nov. 24

Fall break - student holiday


Saturday, Nov. 25

Football: Iowa State vs. K-State, Bill Snyder Family Stadium

December 2017

Friday, Dec. 8

Fall 2018 term ends


Saturday, Dec. 9

College of Engineering commencement ceremony, 4 p.m., Bramlage Coliseum (live stream)


Sunday, Dec. 10

Finals week snacks, 7-9 p.m., 1093 Fiedler Hall


Monday, Dec. 11 - Friday, Dec. 15

Final exams, view schedule here

January 2018

Tuesday, Jan. 16

Spring 2017 term begins