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With finals approaching, students should double check 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 for some math and science courses.

In addition to finals, summer is just around the corner. If your student does not already have plans, encourage taking summer courses to make faster progress toward degree completion.


Alumni Mentor Program
The College of Engineering Alumni Mentor Program is aimed at connecting students with alumni. Students in the program are matched with a mentor based on background, experience and interest. The program is a nine-month series (September-May) designed specifically for engineering students with sophomore standing or above. With an alumni mentor, students will have opportunities for interactions with industry professionals to aid in career and professional development. Students can apply online through May 1.

Student Accomplishments

Construction science and management seniors awarded national scholarships
Jared Kirkland and Zachary Queen, seniors in construction science and management, are national scholarship recipients from the Mechanical Contractors Association of America.


Senior design team wins best paper award at power and energy event
A senior design team from the electrical and computer engineering department earned the Best Paper Award for its presentation at the 2018 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Texas Power and Energy Conference at Texas A&M University.

Important Links

Academic Success Center
Engineering Student Services
Academic Calendar
Campus Map

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May 2018

Friday, May 4

Spring 2018 term ends


Sunday, May 6

Finals week study break, 7-9 p.m., Fiedler Learning Commons


Monday-Friday, May 7-11

Final exams


Saturday, May 12

Residence halls close, 1 p.m.

College of Engineering Commencement, 6:30 p.m., Bramlage Coliseum