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Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture Student Support

Help is Available

The Voiland College provides many services of special interest to its students. Students may obtain information and assistance from the Voiland College’s student services office in Dana Hall 106 or by email.

For new students:

Visit the Math Prep Page to get prepared for your fall classes and find out about math placement.

For all students:


Take advantage of the college-sponsored peer-tutoring program. The tutoring program is a great resource for freshmen, especially, helping them get through their challenging first year of classes.
Learn more about peer tutoring.


Find scholarship opportunities available to students in the Voiland College.

Internships and Cooperative Education

The Voiland Internship and Career Services office, home of the ProPEL Internship Program (Professional Practice and Experiential Learning), inspires students to become leaders in today’s complex global society through participation in experiential learning and professional practice activities with engaged industry partners. The office provides career-planning services to assist students in clarifying career goals through individual counseling and activities that guide students through the career development process.
Learn more about internships and career services.

Diversity Programs

Learn about diversity programs offered by the Voiland College.


Each student in Voiland College is assigned an advisor who assists in the selection of classes and registration and provides counsel as needed throughout the year. Students should meet with their advisors periodically during each semester to discuss progress and concerns. Visit the Voiland College Advising Gateway to learn more.

Computing Facilities

Student access to computing resources is available through the Voiland College computing laboratories in addition to others on campus. Engineering students have access to IBM compatible micro-pc’s and Unix-based workstations in various engineering laboratories. These computers are networked to the WSU campus data network and to the Internet. Check with individual departments to determine what access is available to you. All students may access computing labs (for a fee) in the Information Technology building, Goldsworthy Hall, Stephenson Hall, and Duncan Dunn Hall.

Residence Hall Support

When choosing housing arrangements, the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture and the College of Sciences strongly encourage incoming freshmen to sign up for Stephenson Complex Residence Halls, which offer a living-learning community for students interested in math, science, and engineering.

Additional WSU Learning Resources

Academic Success and Career Center (ASCC)
ASCC provides learning assistance through tutoring, workshops and other services.

TRIO Student Support Services (TRIO SSS) Program
TRIO SSS services offers academic advising, college success workshops, financial management, mentoring, and tutoring.

Access Center
Disability Resources