Engineering graduate navigating life after university.

Engineering

Are You A Good Fit For Engineering?

Are You A Good Fit For Engineering?

Every time I meet someone new and tell them I studied engineering the automatic sounds of “oooo” and the words “wow” are said. Then a second after the person assumes I am so smart. But to tell you the truth and I do say this […]

Alternatives To Buying New Textbooks

Alternatives To Buying New Textbooks

The time is here where your professor hands you the two-paged course syllabus and underneath the heading, “textbook required” you see at least two listed. No biggy you think and then you search them up in your campus store. That’s when your heart drops. $200 […]

Managing Your Course Load

Managing Your Course Load

In my last article, I talked about how to lighten your course load. Coming in to engineering is an overwhelming experience as you go from being spoon fed to basically learning everything on your own. Professors only do so much. In most universities, they basically […]

Lighten Your Course load & Graduate on Time

Lighten Your Course load & Graduate on Time

Being in first year and seeing your schedule can cause a whole lot of confusion and create anxiety. How the heck does an engineering major have more than 27 hours of classes in one week? Why do I have a lab for a course every […]

Campus Resources First Years Should Know

Campus Resources First Years Should Know

You made it to college/university and figured out where your classes are. Great. You think, now I can relax, go to class, and take notes. But there are so many more things you need to be familiar with and explore than just the location of […]

Apps All Students Need

Apps All Students Need

It can’t just be me who is obsessed with using my phone. In fact if my mom had her way she would gladly take my phone and throw it out the window. I don’t know about you but I have this addiction to all sorts […]

Feelings of a First Year Engineering Student

Feelings of a First Year Engineering Student

You’ve made it through high school and have been accepted in an engineering program, so congratulations on getting this far! You deserve feeling smart and telling people, “im going to be studying engineering the next x years.” Or telling all your friends that you’ll be […]

7 Myths about Engineering

7 Myths about Engineering

  1. Engineering students are so smart I used to believe in this too when I was in high school and about to enter university. My thoughts were like, “hell ya I’m going into a field filled with smart people and because I’m good with […]