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With finals approaching, it is a great time to make sure new students are aware of a few recommendations for success from upperclassmen.

The number one recommendation for academic success is time management. Students should know their final exam schedule to plan study time. Professors list final exam times on the course syllabus, and students can find the university final exam schedule online.

We recommend students study two to three hours per week per credit hour enrolled, and suggest students study away from their residences. The college provides study space in the Fiedler Learning Commons and throughout the Engineering Complex. SAS tutoring is available in the Collaborative Learning Lab. Tutors will schedule final exam reviews in some math, science and engineering courses.

Last but not least, getting enough sleep is critical to a student's academic success and overall health and well-being. To learn more, visit the Study Skills webpage.


The Women in Engineering, or WiE, program provides opportunities for women in engineering to connect, share and support each other during their time at K-State. WiE mentors and leaders create and plan events and activities that provide social engagement, professional development and academic support for women in the college. To learn more, visit the WiE webpage.

Student Accomplishments

Engineering leadership program embarks on third year
Participants in the Engineering Leadership and Innovation program in the Kansas State University College of Engineering met for a kickoff event Aug. 22 in Engineering Hall -- 21 returning scholars and 21 first-year scholars.


Multicultural Engineering Program selects inaugural student advisory board
Ten students have been selected as members of the inaugural 2018-2019 Multicultural Engineering Student Advisory Board. The student board will strive to encourage and motivate students, as well as reach out to young alumni and prospective students.

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Engineering Leadership Center
Engineering Student Services
Academic Calendar
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November 2018

Saturday, Nov. 17

Football: Texas Tech vs. K-State, Bill Snyder Family Stadium


Monday, Nov. 19 - Friday, Nov. 23

Fall break -- no classes

December 2018

Friday, Dec. 7

Fall 2018 semester ends


Saturday, Dec. 8

College of Engineering commencement ceremony, 4 p.m., Bramlage Coliseum


Sunday, Dec. 9

Finals week snacks, 7-9 p.m., 1093 Fiedler Hall


Monday, Dec. 10 - Friday, Dec. 14

Final exams, view schedule here

January 2019

Tuesday, Jan. 22

Spring 2019 semester begins