Miscellaneous information about chemical engineering, the program and academic resources.
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Engineering Learning Resource Center
G264 LEC, 647-7127
Math, Chemistry, Physics, Computing,
Lower level engineering courses
B 860 East Hall, 936-0160
Omega Chi Epsilon—ChE Honorary
Tutoring for ChE 230, 330, and 341
Omega Chi Epsilon
Science Learning Center
1720 Chem, 763-9399
Chemistry and Biology
Society of Physics Students
Randall Lab, 763-2341
Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society
1228 EECS, 764-6250
100 and 200 level: Math, chemistry, physics, engineering
Your major GPA is based only on the 11 core ChE courses. You can download this Excel Spreadsheet that describes how to calculate it.
If you repeated a ChE course:
You can apply for graduation through Wolverine Access. To ensure you have completed all graduation requirements, please complete a Preliminary Final Senior Audit Request form during registration period the term prior to your final semester to ensure you will have completed all graduation requirements. The form is distributed via email to the ChE Undergraduate email group and through ChE senior courses. Forms are also available at the ChE Undergraduate Program Office in 3146 HH Dow.
College of Engineering Graduation Information
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