New Fulton Schools transfer students: Attend the Breakfast Town Hall with the Deans and Transfer Resource Fair, August 24

Posted by on Aug 8, 2022 in Events, Fulton Schools, Transfer Students |

A Fulton Schools student studies on campus

Come and enjoy breakfast while meeting the deans of the Fulton Schools, and then attend the Transfer Resource Fair. Learn about Fulton Schools resources and programs designed to enhance your engineering experience. You will meet representatives from our Fulton Difference programs in research, service and entrepreneurship; learn about academic and career success resources; meet staff and student leaders; and learn how to get involved in the Fulton Schools outside the classroom. We look forward to seeing you there!

Breakfast Town Hall with the Deans and Transfer Resource Fair
Wednesday, August 24, 2022
9–11 a.m.
Engineering Center F (ECF) patio, Tempe campus [map]

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Newly admitted School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy students: Attend Registration Workshops

Posted by on Apr 7, 2022 in Incoming students, Transfer Students |

Did you know that the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport, and Energy, also called SEMTE, offers Registration Workshops to all newly admitted students?

If you were recently admitted into aerospace engineering, chemical engineering, materials science and engineering or mechanical engineering, the first step in registering for summer or fall classes is attending a Registration Workshop, where you will interact with other students, meet your academic advisor and register for classes.

You can sign up for a date/time that fits your schedule by filling out the Pre-Registration Worksheet. After submitting the worksheet, an academic advisor will be in touch with you to assist with the transition process.

If you are interested in one of our programs, but found that you are not admissible, then you should attend our Prospective Student Webinar. At the webinar, you will meet with SEMTE Academic Advisors who will walk you through the admission criteria, discuss our programs in detail and answer any questions you might have. You will also receive suggestions regarding coursework if you decide to pursue one of our majors. You can sign up for a Prospective Student Webinar by filling out our Pre-Webinar Worksheet.

The SEMTE Academic Advising team looks forward to working with you soon!

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Recently admitted to mechanical engineering online? Attend a registration workshop!

Posted by on Feb 2, 2022 in Fulton Schools, Transfer Students |

If you have been recently admitted into the online mechanical engineering program, you are strongly encouraged to attend a Registration Workshop!

At the workshop, you will learn important information regarding the mechanical engineering program. You will also have the opportunity to speak with your academic advisor one-on-one.

Attending a Registration Workshop is the first step in preparing to enroll in spring session B or summer session classes. Email us at SEMTE@asu.edu to get started! 

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Get ready for the Spring 2022 Fulton Schools Online Career Fairs, February 14–17

Posted by on Jan 11, 2022 in Career, Customize your experience, Graduate Students, International Students, Internships, Students, Transfer Students |

Make sure you’re ready for the Spring Fulton Schools Online Career Fairs:

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The Fall 2021 Fulton Schools Online Career Fairs are happening now — register in CareerEco!

Posted by on Aug 12, 2021 in Career, Events, Fulton Schools, Graduate Students, International Students, Students, Transfer Students |

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Make sure you’re ready for the Fall Fulton Schools Online Career Fairs:

 

Master’s and PhD Online Career Fair
Tuesday, September 14, 2021
9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Register to attend

 

Undergraduate Online Career Fair
Thursday, September 16, 2021
9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Register to attend

Students and alumni from the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering who are seeking full-time, intern or part-time jobs are invited to attend.

 

Computing and Information Technology Online Career Fair
Monday, September 20, 2021
9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Register to attend

Students and alumni with computing and technology-related degrees from the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering who are seeking full-time, intern or part-time jobs are eligible for this event. Candidates from these computing and technology-related majors are invited to attend:

  • Computer Science
  • Computer Systems Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Graphic Information Technology
  • Human Systems Engineering
  • Informatics
  • Information Technology
  • Software Engineering
  • User Experience

 

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New first-year students and transfer students: Attend these Fall Welcome events, August 11–17

Posted by on Jul 27, 2021 in Customize your experience, Fulton Schools, Incoming students, Transfer Students |

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Welcome to the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering! We have a host of virtual events lined up to help orient you to your major, help you get involved in student orgs and find resources to help you be successful at ASU.

Check out the highlighted Fulton Schools Fall Welcome events, or see what’s going on during ASU Welcome Week.

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ASU’s MyPath2ASU enhances the transfer experience for students

Posted by on Jul 13, 2021 in News, Resources, Transfer Students |

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Aerospace engineering major Valentin Madrigal

Aerospace engineering major Valentin Madrigal.

Valentin Madrigal is an Arizona State University transfer student from Central Arizona College. Inspired to pursue higher education to support his family, in addition to his fascination with space travel, he chose ASU for its renowned aerospace engineering program and anticipates that he will graduate in spring 2024.

As a first-generation college student, Madrigal chose to begin at a community college, as he struggled through high school and had very little knowledge of the American educational system. Coming from an underdeveloped part of Mexico that lacked a public education system, his parents had difficulties guiding him on his educational journey. He admits to having been an unmotivated student in high school because of impoverishment and family circumstances.

Convinced that he would never be able to go to college with his low GPA and ACT score, Madrigal joined the U.S. Army instead. With hard work and dedication, Madrigal is now a Phi Theta Kappa honor student who was able to fund his education using the GI Bill.

He took advantage of MyPath2ASU, a set of customized tools to help create a seamless transfer experience to ASU after a student earns credits or an associate degree from a U.S. community college or university. It allows students to choose from more than 400 pathways into an on-ground or online ASU degree program and have access to personalized benefits that help them navigate the transfer experience. By taking classes that transfer to ASU, students shorten their time to degree completion.

Learn more about Madrigal’s transfer experience.

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Attend the Advice from Industry Professionals Series, Wednesdays through August 4

Posted by on Jun 8, 2021 in Career, Graduate Students, Incoming students, International Students, Students, Transfer Students |

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This summer, the Fulton Schools of Engineering Career Center is again hosting the popular “Advice from Industry Professionals” speaker series. These LIVE weekly sessions are moderated talks with a hiring manager, recruiter, or senior industry professional on the subject of “What should students do to get the jobs that they want?”

Our speakers, representing key employers, provide very direct, actionable advice for our students. We welcome students at all levels, including incoming students, to attend and ask questions! More details can be found on Handshake.

This event series is held weekly on Wednesdays from 3–4 p.m. Arizona Time. Join us for the following sessions on Zoom (same link for all sessions).

Check out the series

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ASU Counseling Services available all day, every day of the year

Posted by on May 26, 2021 in Graduate Students, International Students, Resources, Students, Transfer Students |

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ASU Counseling Services is now available to any student, anywhere in the world, at any time, day or night.

ASU Counseling Services’ expansion to a 24/7, 365-days-a-year global service is thanks to the addition of Open Call and Open Chat. While students are still welcome to drop into any of the physical locations during regular business hours for same-day services, Open Call and Open Chat function as additional options to access the same level of care and expertise, wherever and whenever they need it.

Available in six languages, including Arabic, Chinese, Korean and Spanish, Open Call and Open Chat can be accessed through the MySSP @ASU website, by downloading the MySSP app or by calling 877-258-7429. ASU Counseling Services and MySSP are connected in an intentional, ongoing way to ensure students have streamlined and coordinated services, whether they are accessing care in-person or remotely.

Learn more about this service for students

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Essential reading: Books to expand your perspective

Posted by on May 13, 2021 in Fulton Schools, Graduate Students, International Students, Resources, Spirit and Traditions, Students, Transfer Students |

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This 2021 edition of Essential Reading marks a decade of annual book recommendations to students from Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering faculty and staff members.

Once again, they’ve chosen books that can help guide students on their journeys through college and into careers or provide valuable insights into intriguing and important topics.

Others recommend books offering astute perspectives on society, education, the human condition and life’s many challenges. Some select books that are simply entertaining diversions from the daily grind.

Find your next book.

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