Student Forms & Resources
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.
Registrar Office Forms
Forms regarding registration requests such as dropping a course, adding after the last day to add, etc.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) complaint form
Use to file a complaint regarding a violation of a FERPA.
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam (FE)
All engineers in their senior year are urged to consider taking the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam. This is an exam put on by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering (NCEES) which can enhance your job prospects, add to your resume, prove to employers that you “know” the engineering material, and allow you to pursue a Professional Engineering (PE) Licensure in the future.
- There is no better time to take this exam than your senior year when the material has been most recently learned and you have time to study. While not critical for some majors outside of Civil Engineering, we have many alumni in other majors that were given job promotions as they were the only “PE-ready” engineers at their company when the previous engineer retired.
- The FE exam is a computer based exam. The exam has 110 questions, lasting 6 hours, and offered at approved Pearson VUE testing centers, including the UND Testing Center. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 & Pledge of the Computing Professional Ceremony
The Order of the Engineer Ceremony and the Pledge of the Computing Professional Ceremony is a special recognition ceremony for graduating CEM students (undergrad & graduate). We hope all graduating students will consider participating in the Ceremony, which symbolizes commitment to the engineering or computing profession and, through it, to society.
The ceremony in May includes a social and is generally held on the Friday before graduation at the Memorial Union. The ceremony in December includes a luncheon and is generally held the day of graduation at the Memorial Union. You may invite parents and guests to attend your initiation into the “Order of the Engineer” or the “Pledge of the Computing Professional” and the following reception.
To register, follow the instructions that are emailed out to all graduating students a few months before graduation. You will need to sign-up and pay the fee for yourself, any guests, and determine what size ring is needed.
Cost includes ring or pin and a certificate.