How May We Help You?
The Clark School of Engineering provides undergraduate and graduate students a top-quality education and exceptional research opportunities in a challenging, supportive environment. Our faculty and staff can help you understand your options and make useful choices from among the many possibilities available. Please be sure to take advantage of all the services and support we offer—we want to make your studies at the Clark School the highlight of your educational experience, and the launch pad for your future as an engineer.
There are several ways you may obtain help from this site:
Visit this page for a broad set of Clark School and University of Maryland services including financial aid, university policies and rights, records and registration, engineering co-ops and careers, links to research and computing resources, and other topics.
Undergraduate Resources or Graduate Resources
Visit these pages to obtain information and resources on topics such as engineering advising and academic support, engineering scholarships, degree requirements, Clark School policies and forms.
Computing and Library Resources
Start here with links to hours, locations and other information on computer and library use.
Learn about engineering-specific research work opportunities for students.
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What is the Order of the Engineer?
The Order is the roster of engineers in the United States who have participated in an Engineers’ Ring Ceremony and who have publicly accepted the “Obligation of an Engineer”. As an engineer, you will make decisions that directly impact people’s lives. The Oath of Obligation affirms the professional ethical responsibility you commit to uphold, symbolized by the steel band you will wear on the small finger of your working hand. Show your engineering pride by participating in the Order of the Engineer ceremony held each spring. Details can be found at the following links: