Collegiate Engagement activities are designed to help students gain a better picture of the variety of careers available in each engineering discipline, and to help align with WVU's Project 168. Collegiate Engagement represents 5% of the final grade in all Fundamentals of Engineering courses. No one can be exempt from the Collegiate Engagement requirement.
Completing the Collegiate Engagement Requirement
Students in Fundamentals of Engineering (FEP) courses (ENGR 100, 101, 102,199, 293A, and MAE 102) are required to attend engineering-related events outside of their regularly scheduled class time and reflect upon these activities to complete an over-arching goal. These Engagement events are designed to help students gain a better understanding of their collegiate, personal, and professional development while attending West Virginia University. At the conclusion of the semester verification of the activities combined with a reflection paper will create the Engagement Portfolio.
While the Fundamentals of Engineering Program will announce Department Visitations and other general Collegiate Engagement activities, it is recommended that students actively seek out engineering programs and events on their own.
To receive credit for a Collegiate Engagement activity, students must bring a Collegiate Engagement form with them to the event, fill out the form, and include it with their Engagement Portfolio.
Collegiate Engagement Course Requirements
In order to tie-in course work with the Collegiate Engagement requirement, each course has a unique goal based upon the content of the course. The goals for each course, along with the policy for each course, is listed below:
ENGR 100 - Five Core Values ENGR 100 Policy
ENGR 101 - Personal ENGR 101 Policy
ENGR 102 and MAE 102 - Professional ENGR 102 Policy
ENGR 199 - Collegiate ENGR 199 Policy
ENGR 293A - Self-Efficacy ENGR 293A Policy
The Statler College Academic Enrichment offers academic assistance in the following subjects
- Chemistry (110 & 115)
- Physics (111)
- Mathematics (126, 128, 129, 153, 154, 155, & 156)
- Engineering (ENGR 100, 101, 102, & 199)
Academic Enrichment is open to all Fundamentals of Engineering students, but are required for those students taking ENGR 100, 101, 102, or 199.
*Libraries & Bennett Tower Do Not Hold "Open" Study Hours - Appointment Only
Completing the Academic Enrichment Requirement
There are three (3) ways to complete the weekly Fundamentals of Engineering Academic Enrichment requirement.
- Attend two (2) hours at the Eugene V. Cilento Learning Center - Engineering Sciences Building G111 (Monday - Thursday 8:30 AM to 8:00 PM, Friday 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM)
- Spend two (2) hours in one of the approved University centers:
Chemistry Learning Center
Academic Resource Centers (by appointment only)
Academic Enrichment Credit
Attendance is tracked for Academic Enrichment (and the accepted substitutes) by the Fundamentals of Engineering Office. You can check your Academic Enrichment Attendance anytime online. It is the responsibility of the student to periodically check the attendance record to ensure accuracy.
Academic Enrichment Exemptions
Students may be exempt from the required Academic Enrichment if they complete the Academic Enrichment Exemption Form via Exams before the end of the 10th week of classes. If the form is completed and approved, the student will receive a confirmation via email and will be exempt from the Academic Enrichment requirement for Weeks 8-16 of the current term.
It is the responsibility of the student to check the Academic Enrichment Attendance to make sure these exemptions are recorded.
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If you have completed the Fundamentals of Engineering core courses (ENGR 101, ENGR 102, ENGR 199, MATH 155, CHEM 115, and ENGL 101) and meet certain benchmark GPA requirements, you might enjoy helping your peers in the Eugene V. Cilento Learning Center. If you'd like to be considered to fill a position within the Fundamentals of Engineering program in the future, click here to complete the Eugene V. Cilento Learning Center Open Application.
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Listed here are links to a few math tutorials that you may find useful.
- ALEKS - recommended (includes all levels of math and chemistry)
- MATH 261 - Differential Equations Assistance
- Free Online Graphing Calculator
- HMC Calculus Tutorial
- Tutorials for the Calculus-Phobe
- Visual Calculus
- MATLAB Tutorial - University of Michigan and Carnegie Mellon University
- MATLAB Tutorial - University of Utah