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The FAMU-FSU College of Engineering follows guidance from our two partner universities for issues related to safety, health and administration. Here are the official—and most credible—places to find the latest information on how the COVID-19 event will affect our college.

Resources for learning online during COVID-19

Who to Contact   
Remote Learning Information   
Remote Engineering Education   

 


Update 4-1-20

Procedures for Late Drop/Withdrawal Requests - Deadline Extended to April 24th

The deadline for course late drop/withdrawal has been extended to Friday, April 24th. College of Engineering staff in the Office of the Associate Dean for Student Services and Undergraduate Affairs will be available to help you if you have any questions regarding the course drop/withdrawal procedures or any other questions you may have regarding your academics. Below are instructions on how to process your course late drop/withdrawal request.

More information   

 


Update 3-30-20

S/U Grading Policy for Spring 2020 Semster

This S/U policy is in effect for Spring 2020 semester only. It provides clarification on how the FAMU and FSU university S/U grading policies affect engineering courses, and therefore engineering students who are enrolled in them.

More information   

 


Update 3-24-20

Free Internet for Students

Several companies are offering free or reduced-cost services to students and their families as a response to accessibility issues stemming from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Comcast and Charter-Spectrum provide internet service in the Tallahassee area and they have announced they are offering their services at a reduced cost or at no cost to qualifying students.

As detailed on its website, Comcast's new Internet Essentials customers may receive two free months of internet service for $9.95 per month and qualifying households must apply by Thursday, April 30. Comcast has also increased its internet service—at no additional cost—for all Internet Essentials customers. More information is available by clicking here.

Last week, Charter-Spectrum also announced it will offer free broadband and WIFI services to students in households currently without services. Free broadband and wifi access will be available for 60 days and Charter-Spectrum will waive the installation fees for households with students in kindergarten through college. Those interested may call 1-844-488-8395 for more information.

Please continue to practice health and safety precautions to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus

 


Update 3-20-20

Building Access for Undergraduates

Following federal, state, and university recommendations, we are taking precautions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by locking both the A & B Engineering buildings starting at 7pm tonight (3/20). With the move to remote instruction, the Engineering buildings will not be accessible to undergraduates and the general public until further notice, even during “normal” business hours. The college will continue operations via phone, email, and remote instruction.

Most of our Engineering software that is available in the computer lab is also available through MyFSUVLab.  To access VLab, go to https://myfsuvlab.its.fsu.edu/ and log in with your FSU credentials. Once logged in, just click on the application you wish to use.

If you have any questions about VLab use, contact CCS at (850) 410-6446, or via an Incident request at http://ops.eng.famu.fsu.edu, or by email at CCS_Request@eng.famu.fsu.edu. (Note: If you are a FAMU student and have not obtained FSU credentials, please contact CCS for help.)

We all look forward to the doors being reopened and seeing you again in person.

 

Engineering Advising

Your advisors are ready to help!  They will be reaching out to you via email. Here’s their contact info for quick reference.

Pre-engineering

FSU Mapping Coordinator

  • Hillary Campbell – FSU mapping, FSU major changes, FSU transfer student admissions, FSU excess credit

Departmental advising for FAMU & FSU students in their major

 


Update 3-11-20

This afternoon, both universities announced they will shift to online and other non-face-to-face instructional methods immediately after Spring Break (i.e., March 23 – April 3) or until further notice. We anticipate coming back to campus on April 6 but be sure to check this page and the links above before returning to campus after this 2-week period.