This section contains information and links about resources available to Allen School undergraduate students.
Students in need of academic, personal, or health advice have a variety of options on campus. Visit this section to connect with Allen School and university-wide advising and counseling resources.
Visit this section for everything you need to know about using Allen School computing resources, including accessing the undergraduate computing labs, maintaining your personal homepage, and remote access.
The Allen School and our Industry Affiliates have a number of scholarships available to current Computer Science and Computer Engineering majors. Review a comprehensive list of these scholarships and application instructions.
The Allen School recognizes excellence in undergraduate research through its annual Best Senior Thesis Award. The award winner is chosen based on the originality, impact, and written quality of their work. Learn more about the criteria for selection and view past winners.
The Office of the University Registrar maintains a web page containing a comprehensive list of downloadable forms for students.
Learn about the resources provided by the school, the College of Engineering, and the university to help students and alumni launch and progress in their careers.
The Allen School has put together some useful information on preparing for and applying to graduate school for those students who are interested in continuing their academic careers beyond the bachelor's level.
Everyone's experience will be different, but many students find it is helpful to hear from their peers about their experience as Allen School students. Check out our page of advice for students, from students, including tips for succeeding in CSE coursework, common mistakes to avoid, what additional courses and extracurricular activities they would recommend to fellow students, what they found to be the most rewarding aspects of being an Allen School student, and more.
Each year, we survey our graduating seniors about their destination after the Allen School. View previous surveys for information on employers, job titles, and salary ranges of recent graduates.
Catch up with some of our undergraduate alumni to learn what they are doing with their Allen School education.
We want to hear from you! The Allen School encourages students to provide us with feedback on any school-related issues, events, etc. We are always interested in enhancing the student experience. The following are some ways you can get involved and provide us with feedback.
Contact the Advisers
Contact Your Instructor
If you have feedback about a specific course (especially something that might need immediate attention), it is best to contact the instructor directly.
Come to Lunch with the Director
Every quarter, the director of the Allen School, Hank Levy, hosts a "Lunch with the Director" event. This free lunch provides students an open forum in which they can ask direct questions of the school leadership. Watch the Undergraduate News Blog for information about when the lunch will take place each quarter.
Give Feedback Anonymously
We hope that all students are comfortable coming to us directly with suggestions or concerns. However, we realize that in some instances students may wish to remain anonymous. To give feedback anonymously please use the Anonymous Feedback Form. Remember that we will have no way of knowing who submitted the form, so we will not be able to follow-up with you to let you know how we addressed your feedback.