Welcome to the Washkewicz College of Engineering Academic Advising webpage.
The Washkewicz College of Engineering provides academic advising for engineering freshmen*, new transfer students, current undergraduate and graduate students, as well as prospective engineering students
- When is advising available?
- What are the advising procedures for new Engineering Freshmen?
- What are the advising procedures for new Transfer engineering students?
- Where do current undergraduate engineering students go for advising?
- I need to complete a petition for (late withdrawal, late add, readmission, etc.)?
- What courses do I need to complete to declare an engineering major or move into the college?
- I have credit from Advanced Placement or an International Baccalaureate program, what works?
- I need a sponsor letter, what do I do?
Undergraduate Engineering Academic Advising
Summer 2017 Advising Hours
Monday through Friday 9-5pm for appointments. During the week of August 21st and 28th we will be on walkins. This means first come first served. There maybe a long wait time so call and check before you come down to campus. Lunch is usually taken between 12 and 1pm.
How to make an Appointment
In an effort to prepare our students for the real world, appointment scheduling is necessary to help keep things running smoothly. To schedule a weekday academic advising appointment, you should log on to your CampusNet account and click on your student tab. Once there look for the blue star you should see a section called "My Success Network". You can make an appointment with your department advisor by clicking their schedule appointment option. Please be mindful that you may have more than one person in your network and not all of them are academic advisors. For example, all engineering students are assigned a Co-Op advisor, this is not an academic advisor.
Call 216-687-2555 if you do not have anyone listed as an academic advisor. If you know you are going to be more than 15 minutes late for your appointment, please call the number above - you may be requested to reschedule.
Please take a moment to complete our advising survey. Thanks!
Engineering Dean's Office Undergraduate Academic Advisors:
Serreta Archer, M.S
Fenn Hall Room 104
Rose Begalla, M.A.
Assistant Dean Student Affairs & Advising
Fenn Hall Room 104
Engineering freshmen receive academic advising for first and second semester course registration through participation in the University Freshmen Orientation Program. This is a mandatory program for all freshman. Visit the website below for details:
All first year students will be assigned a first year advisor, and will be transitioned to the College of Engineering once the requisite course work is complete or they have reached 30 credit hours earned.
Initial academic advising appointments for transfer students are conducted in the Engineering Dean’s Office, listed above.
Transfer Credit Evaluation:
During an academic advising appointment, new transfer students will receive a transfer credit evaluation. Students should bring course descriptions, syllabi, and supporting materials for math, chemistry, physics, and engineering courses for transfer credit evaluation. These courses must be evaluated by the respective instructors using an Engineering Transfer Credit Evaluation Forms. To make this process go as quick as possible please submit the Transfer Credit Evaluation form before your meeting. THIS IS NOT A WALKIN MEETING.
Upon completion of a transfer credit evaluation, students are advised and registered for their first semester courses.
Transfer students are also invited to register for the CSU Transfer Orientation Program. Visit the website below for details:
In order to transfer from another college within Cleveland State or to move out of the Pre College of Engineering plan code, students will be required to complete the following coursework with a C or better grade:
- English Composition sequence (ENG 99/100/101 and ESC 102 or allowable substitute)
- MTH 181 Calculus I and MTH 182 Calculus II (MTH 148 Business Math I and MTH 149 Business Math II for technology majors)
- CHM 261 General Chemistry I with CHM 266 lab
- PHY 241/ 243 University Physics I (PHY 221 College Physics I for technology majors)
In order for Cleveland State to award the credit, student must have their scores sent to the University Registrar. Please follow this link to see the list of credit awarded for Advancement Placement, International Baccalaureate (IB), or College Level Examination Program (CLEP).
It is always a good idea to check with your sponsoring agency to make sure you are following their guidelines to continue to receive funding. For example, the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission (SACM) does not pay for Arabic Language courses. Additionally, you may be restricted to the number of online courses you may take, per United States immigration regulations or degree certification rules in your home country. Please follow this link if you need a letter for your sponsor for any of the following issues: degree progress, scholarship extension, online course permission, or change of major.
Transfer students and returning students who are not freshman, who have received their initial advising for their first semester course registration are assigned to a faculty or staff advisor from their respective engineering departments. The faculty advisors provide consistent academic advising for each student’s second semester until graduation. Department faculty and staff are listed below. Current students are encouraged to call for an appointment each semester. Walk-ins are welcome according to availability. Department chairpersons serve as academic advisors during summer sessions.
See Chemical Engineering Dept. for advisor assignments
All Civil Engineering Professors are advisors
|Electrical Engineering and Computer Science|
|Mechanical Engineering||Professor Mounir Ibrahim, Chair
Fenn Hall Room 232
|Electronic Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology
|Rose Begalla, Assistant Dean Student Affairs & Advising
Fenn Hall Room 104
Advising is also done through the departments.
This area of the Washkewicz College website is a collection of information for you. See these links to get started.
- High School Programs
- Attending Fenn College
- Undergraduate Catalog
- Graduate Catalog: Masters and Doctoral Programs