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ECS Spring Career Fair

The College of Engineering and Computer Science is hosting its annual Spring Career Day Fair on Friday, February 16, 2018. Doors will be open from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the Scottish Rite Center located at 6151 H Street, directly across from the J Street entrance of campus. The College of Engineering and Computer Science now hosts two career fairs each year to keep up with the growing demand for our career-ready students, and they are productive days for both students and the companies or agencies who hope to attract skilled engineering, computer science, and construction management talent. 

Students have the opportunity to discuss their qualifications to industry representatives seeking to fill a wide array of intern and career positions.  If you are interested in learning more, visit the ECS Internship and Career Center at  

To see which companies/agencies will be in attendance, click here.

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Cutting the ribbon on the Clark Pacific Concrete Lab

New Scholarship Website

Students can apply for ECS scholarships using a new web portal that helps to streamline the application process. Please visit for more information.  The deadline to apply for ECS scholarships is 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, March 1, 2018 (except in Construction Management).

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

On December 8th, the College had its first official ribbon cutting ceremony for the Clark Pacific Concrete Lab (1125 Santa Clara Hall). President Nelsen and administrative guests, along with representatives from Clark Pacific, were in attendance along with faculty, staff, and students. 

This contribution by Clark Pacific, a local civil engineering company, will help the Department of Civil Engineering make improvements to the existing concrete lab facilities.



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Giving to the College of Engineering and Computer Science

Our faculty continue to deliver a high quality education to our students, while also engaging in meaningful scholarly activity. However, funding for many of the initiatives that can make our college a national model for student development is in short supply. We need that funding. Therefore, we are seeking your support to help us on the three campaign fronts shown if you follow the button to the right.