Student Forms & Resources
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) complaint form
Use to file a complaint regarding a violation of a FERPA
Academic Grievance Procedures
Outlines the procedures by which a student in the College of Engineering and Mines may seek resolution of an academic grievance issue. Also see the UND Code of Student Life.
Engineering National Graduate Institutional Name Exchange (ENGINE)
The Engineering National Graduate Institutional Name Exchange (ENGINE) invites University of North Dakota junior, senior and Master’s students with interest in Ph.D. and/or Master’s engineering programs to register online for ENGINE and answer all of the following questions. All students who register will automatically be added to the national consortium database.
More than 190 institutions have been invited to participate to recruit you to graduate school for any/all of the following: fellowship opportunities, Ph.D. programs, funded campus visits, summer research internships, Master’s programs, application fee waivers, research symposium invitations, new scholarships, online graduate degrees, graduate recruiting events and other academic endeavors.
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam (FE)
The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam is a computer based exam. The exam has 110 questions, lasting 6 hours, and offered at approved Pearson VUE testing centers. Testing is open year round at these centers. The testing windows are the months of January/February, April/May, July/August, and October/November. The results are sent directly to examinees in 7–10 days.
FE Review Sessions have been recorded on Blackboard. Request access to these sessions by sending your name, ID number, and email address to email@example.com.
To download a copy of the FE Reference Handbook and to register, visit National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying.
Order of the Engineer Ceremony
The Order of the Engineer Ceremony is for undergraduates and graduate students. We hope all will consider participating in the Ceremony, which symbolizes commitment to the engineering profession and, through it, to society.
The ceremony in May includes a social and is generally held on the Friday before graduation at the Burtness Theatre. The ceremony in December includes a luncheon and is generally held the day of graduation at the Memorial Union. You may invite parents and guest to attend your initiation into the “Order of the Engineer” and reception.
An Order of the Engineer Information Meeting is generally held the Friday prior to finals week for those that have signed up for the ceremony.
For further information visit the National Order of the Engineer website.
To register, stop in the Student Experience office at Upson II Room 365 during the month of April for the May ceremony and November for the December ceremony. You will be able to sign yourself up, any guests, pay for yourself and guests, and determine what size ring you will need.
Cost includes ring and certificate.