Success in College and Beyond

Jhawan Davis (Center), IOE BSE Student, helps M-STEM participants in their math course in Mason Hall on Central Campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI on July 31, 2017.  Davis is a alumnus of the pre-college program that helps incoming freshmen understand the flow and demands of their college environment while also building a community through courses, extracurricular activities, and workshops.   Photo: Joseph Xu/Senior Multimedia Producer, University of Michigan - College of Engineering

We want all of our students to be successful, both at Michigan Engineering and in their activities after graduation. To this end, we offer a range of programs to meet their potential while studying at the University of Michigan.

Our vision of success goes beyond simply graduating students: rather, we also aim for academic achievement; full participation in all programs and learning experiences the College has to offer; and assurance that graduates are well positioned for launching a professional career or pursuing additional studies.

These programs seek to ensure the success of well-qualified College of Engineering students whose prior preparation did not provide all the opportunities and skills needed for successful engineering college experience.