Welcome to Ecological Engineering!
We offer a comprehensive range of services to help you find and utilize campus resources, make informed decisions about your coursework, stay on track in your degree, and ultimately achieve your academic and career goals.
BEE is currently working with CoE to hire a new head advisor. In the meantime, all Ecological Engineering students are welcome to schedule and appointment with Kimberly, Eric, or Madison, in CBEE. Students who are in good academic standing, have at least three terms of courses uploaded into their MyDegrees planner, and Fall 2022 is not their first term in EcoE, will have their Winter 2023 PINs emailed to them. PINs will be sent around week 6 of the term. If Fall 2022 is your first term in EcoE or you are in negative academic standing, you will receive a personalized email asking you to make an advising appointment for your PIN and discuss success strategies. Students can use the link below to schedule virtual or in-person meetings. In-person appointments will be in Johnson 116.
Schedule an advising appointment: https://cbee.oregonstate.edu/undergraduate-advising/appointments
Advisors are available for virtual drop-ins every weekday from 9:30 am-10:30 by using the following link: https://cbee.oregonstate.edu/undergraduate-advising/appointments
The BEE department is in the process of hiring a new undergraduate Head Advisor. In the interim, prospective students should contact BEE Department Head, Dr. Adam Ward with questions about the program. Current students will receive course planning and general advising assistance from the CBEE advising team.
First year Ecological Engineering students (high school graduates with less than 24 quarter/16 semester college credits) will meet with a COE First Year advisor during their first academic year at OSU. Please visit the First Year Advising webpage to find out more information.
College of Engineering Academic Progression Model
Effective Summer 2019, all COE students are required to maintain a 2.5 OSU GPA and earn 65% of the credits they attempt at OSU. Please visit this webpage for more information.