Registration and Advising





  • Course Registration Advising (by appointment) is available now until Friday, May 1.
  • Course registration advising is only required if you are on Engineering and/or Scholastic probation. All other advising registration bars will automatically be removed PRIOR to registration.
  • CAEE advisors (Adele Magnani and Cameron Pride) will be available to advise students on Fall & Summer 2020 course options and degree plans, by appointment and via Zoom meeting.
  • Once you schedule your advising appointment, you will receive an email with the Zoom meeting information for the available advisor during your scheduled time.  The appointments will be 20 minutes in duration, but feel free to schedule another appointment if more time is needed.




  • **NEW** CAEE faculty will be available from October 14th to November 1st to mentor students on topics such as areas of specialization, career paths, jobs, study abroad, and research.
  • Students will be able to meet with the faculty of their preference in their respective offices on a walk-in basis on time slots exclusively dedicated to Faculty Mentoring.
  • The schedule for Faculty Mentoring will be released in the next couple of weeks.



  • Peer mentors will also be available during the Course Registration Advising period for additional support.  The schedule for Peer Mentoring will be released in the next couple of weeks.

Other Important Information for Registration:


  • It is recommended that you claim applicable credit and send in transcripts (if you have pending transfer work) in advance, so that you will be ready for advising. 

  • Please use G4 to prepare and plan for Course Registration Advising so you can provide your academic advisor with an idea of coursework plans.  Link to G4 (v2):
  • Don’t forget the ‘Helpful Links’on the right side of the CAEE web page —get Transfer Equivalency Guides, Course Syllabi, and Course Instructor Surveys
  • Need to drop a class? Now that the 12th class day has passed, you will have to see an advisor in ESS (EER 2.848) to obtain a Q-drop form and initiate the drop process.  Q-drop deadline: October 31st   
  • General information for Cockrell School policies such as Q-dropping, and support services can all be found via the ENGR Direct website.  


Registration Requests

  • Non-CAEE Major Registration Requests
  • Non-CAEE students will be registered for ARE and C E courses on a first-come first-serve basis beginning on the first class day of Fall in the advising office. Students are required to meet all prerequisites for requested courses. Non-engineering students may ONLY take CE 301 or  ARE 217 in Fall; EVE 177K and 310 are not open to non-majors.

Core Curriculum