For advising, students can choose to speak with the CECS Academic Affairs Office, the department advisors, and faculty advisors. The CECS Academic Affairs Office handles general academic advising as well as advising on UCF policies and procedures. While the departments and faculty members offer advising on career and research fields that are particular to their areas of study.
The CECS Academic Affairs Office requires mandatory advising for Undecided Engineering majors and students on Academic Alert or Academic Probation. Students declared as Undecided Engineering are required to meet with an advisor for schedule planning to insure they are taking the appropriate prerequisite math and science courses and are working toward making a decision regarding which engineering discipline they want to study.
To schedule a meeting with the undergraduate IEMS advisor, please click here. Please bring your most recent degree audit to your appointment.
Harris Computer Lab
The Harris Computer Lab is located in Engineering Building 2, room 201 (second floor), where Engineering & Computer Science students have access to the software required for all their classes: Microsoft Office, OpenOffice, AutoCAD, MatLab, MathCAD, Labview and other department related applications.The Harris Lab is open on the following days and times:
Monday – Friday 8 AM – 8 PM
Saturday 9 AM - 6 PM
Sunday 1PM - 6PM
CLOSED on Holidays, UCF breaks, and home game days.
NOTE: In addition to the computers located in the Harris Lab, Engineering Students also have 24/7 access to 20+ computers (20 Dell PC's and 4 Apple computers) in the Engineering II Atrium, which include the same software available in the Harris Lab.