New Card Access for FAMU Students
In an effort to better serve the students at the College of Engineering the FSU Card Access system has recently undergone a major upgrade. This upgrade no longer requires FAMU students to carry a blue access card to enter the building after hours. The Rattler student ID card will now allow current engineering student access to the College of Engineering and FSU's Strozier and Dirac Libraries.
If you have registered for and currently have a blue access card please return it to the Office of the Associate Dean in B-223.
If you have problems with your access or have questions about your new access please contact the office of Student Services in B-111.
Important College of Engineering Policies and Announcements. All undergraduate engineering students regardless of home institution may "drop" (or withdrawal) from any course for any reason up to and including the 7th week of classes. Between the 7th and 10th weeks, there are restrictions on the number of times a student will be permitted to "late drop" a course...
Welcome to the College of Engineering! We are eagerly awaiting your arrival to campus and wanted to share a few useful tips as you prepare for the fall semester. Here you will find information about the First Year Engineering Lab Wait List...
New Course Drop Policy (Effective Fall 2017 Semester)
The Course Drop/Withdrawal policy at the College of Engineering is different from the policy used at either university. Undergraduate engineering students may "drop" (or withdraw) from any course in the current semester for any reason up to and including the 7th week of classes...
New Pre-Engineering Requirement Policy (Effective Summer 2017 Semester)
All first-year engineering students (first year in college or first-year transfer students) are initially coded as Pre-Engineering students until they satisfy the following Pre-Engineering requirements...
Downloading and distribution of copyrighted music, movie and other entertainment files from online distribution sites that offer these items free of charge is illegal, in direct violation of the federal Digital Millennium Copyright Act , the Florida A&M University Student Code of Conduct, and The Florida State University Student Conduct Code...