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Diversity & Women's Networking

Going to college isn't only about taking classes. It is a growth process where teens assume a greater role as productive adults. Occasionally, students must turn to someone for advice in their life decisions. The Office of Diversity and Women's Programs stands ready to help by offering advice, guidance and motivation, as well as support.

Often, students will find added support with friendships and ties created through one of the Diversity Programs organizations. Students in Diversity Programs are familiar with engineering professors and sources and share support and advice. Since most beginning engineering students take the same core of math and science courses, freshmen students are encouraged to organize group study sessions. They also seek informal advice and tutorial assistance from upperclassmen who have already completed basic courses. The Office of Diversity and Women's Programs helps students share their academic and social achievements as well as setbacks.


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