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Conduct life-changing research with some of world's foremost experts even before you get your degree! As an undergraduate student, you can apply learning in the classroom and get paid a stipend through the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program.
Live with students who share your interests in science and engineering. Make new friends while you take advantage of programs to help you succeed academically. Don't delay! This special student housing fills fast.
Don't miss this opportunity to network with alumni and professionals in your future career through the College of Science and Engineering's award-winning mentor program. Sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate students are eligible.
Get hands-on experience and a head start on career networking through an internship. In the Twin Cities, the college's large alumni network and strong corporate connections lead to many internship opportunities for students.
Prepare to work in a global economy and gain an international perspective in your field through one of the many international experiences offered by the College of Science and Engineering. Don't let the world pass you by!
Follow your passions, gain practical experience, and make new friends in one of the College of Science and Engineering student groups. There are more than 40 groups to choose from including professional societies and student competitions.
Inside and outside the classroom there are many ways for you to make a difference in the community, connect with other students, become a leader, and enjoy your Minnesota "gopher" experience.
We're here to help you achieve your academic, career, and life goals. Our advisors help you stay on track and graduate on time. Our career center helps you choose a major, learn job-hunting skills, and find an internship or job.
Study and work in an environment where you find professional and academic success as a female in the College of Science and Engineering. Meet and make friends with other women who share your passion for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.