Forms and Resources for Undergrads
Fall 2020 Undergraduate Forms and Resources
- Late Course Change form
- Modification of Minor / Intent to Pursue a Minor forms
- Parkland Concurrent Enrollment form
- Fall 2020 Semester Operations and Information (pdf)
- Building Access and Fall Advising (pdf)
- Fall 2020 FAQs (pdf)
Frequently Used Links and Forms
- Course Information
- DARS - Degree Audit
- Engineering Career Services
- FE Exam
- Gen Edu Course Information
- Grade Replacement
- Liberal Education Electives
- Online and Continuing Education
- Student Forms
- UG Handbook
CEE Undergraduate Handbook
The CEE undergraduate handbook (this document) covers issues specifically related to earning a B.S. in civil engineering. A PDF version is available. https://cee.illinois.edu/handbooks
CEE Undergraduate Blog
The CEE undergraduate blog was created as a resource for all undergraduate students. It is updated with information about student organizations, campus or college events, scholarships, advisors, seminars, academic and course information.
College of Engineering
The College of Engineering offers advising for all students, particularly for questions that fall outside the domain of specific departments. The information covers popular topics such as International Programs in Engineering (IPENG), James Scholar, Morrill Engineering Program, Engineering Career Services (ECS) and more.
Campus Resources for Students
Find options for Compass, paying campus bills, course explorer, the student portal, and much more.
Illinois Course Information Suite
The academic offerings of the university are found together at one website. The Programs of Study, Course Catalog, and Class Schedule are included. You will find here the times, locations, prerequisites, credit, and call numbers of every course offered for a given semester.
Illinois Student Code
Every issue related to the conduct of business in the university setting is covered in this document. It tells you everything from how to use a bicycle on campus to how to file a grievance.
Center for Academic Resources in Engineering (CARE)
The Center for Academic Resources in Engineering (CARE) creates a dynamic learning community where services, resources, and expertise converge to support engineering students as they work to realize their academic, professional, and personal aspirations.
At CARE, students find an engaging commons area designed to encourage interaction and collaboration. Scheduled and on-demand tutoring, study groups, teaching assistants, and a variety of resources are available to help students excel. The center is state-of-the-art, with flexibility to accommodate changing needs of engineering students. With 20,000 sq. ft. of space spanning the entire fourth floor of the Grainger Engineering Library, CARE offers a variety of designated areas for group study, individual study, tutoring, computer workstations, course study halls, and workshops. Rooms can be reserved for study groups, tutoring, practicing presentations, workshops, videoconferencing, and other activities.