Welcome to the Engineering Student Success Center
The ESS Center at The University of New Mexico helps engineering and computer science student success by providing them with support through a holistic co-curricular experience. Additionally, we engage the country's future engineers through various outreach activities.
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ESSC Covid-19 Plan
Spring 2021 Update: ESS is open by appointment 10 AM - 3 PM on Monday and Tuesday (email email@example.com) and for limited walk-in services on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 12-5 PM (Regular staff members are not on-site and are only available, remotely).
Visitors will still be expected to comply with our COVID-19 procedures, as usual, i.e. wearing a mask, signing in, temperature check, and social distancing, upon entering the office. The office will continue to be locked and will still need to ring our doorbell for entry.
We are still not offering computer lab access, but printing is available when our student employee is there to assist them.
We also continue to be available remotely by scheduling virtual meetings with any of our area experts Monday through Friday from 8 am-5 pm.
Hours for advisement are generally Monday through Friday from 8am - 4pm. Please check with the department for the most current schedule and availability of your School of Engineering Academic Advisor.
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Find out more about internship and job opportunities, scholarships, mentoring, and Native Americans in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Find out about K-12 outreach events including the Summer Engineering Academy, on-site campus/ESS visits, recruitment, and information about internships and Summer programs.
ESS collaborates with offices and departments across UNM as well as community partners in the STEM industry to provide workshops and events that help build engineering student success.