This is an exciting time as you enter the UTEP College of Engineering. During your Engineering Orientation session you will walk away with an overwhelming amount of information but will be guided to focus on:
- the academic advising process, strategic course selection and the support provided by professional & peer advisors
- the College's expectations to engage in pre-professional experiences and resources to reach them
- the various topics covered in an Introductory Compliance presentation
How to Register for Orientation
After you have been admitted to the University, you can register for one of the above sessions through the Office of New Student Orientation . If there is an extreme situation why you can not attend an orientation session, please contact us so we can make accommodations. We encourage everyone to attend a session as soon as possible to have more options of classes to choose from.
New Student Orientation
As an incoming freshmen, New Student Orientation summer sessions also provide math review sessions to place you in the highest and most appropriate math course. You will also be advised into classes (including UNIV 1301) that will greatly impact your first semesters of your college career.
Transfer Student Orientation
Transfer students can expect to get advised based off of transcripts received by the University. For this reason, it is important to submit official transcripts when getting admitted.
Dates and Sessions
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Early College Student Orientation
- Nov 14-15, 2017
- Apr 12-13, 2018
Parents and Family
You're part of our family, too. At UTEP, we recognize that family support is an integral part of a student's success in college. We understand that you are a partner in the educational process and encourage you to build a strong connection with the University. One of UTEP's fastest growing programs, the Parents Association reflects the impressive energy and commitment of the University's undergraduate parent population.