COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & SCIENCE
Student Services and Forms
In an effort to ensure success for our students, Louisiana Tech offers services in many areas. Please contact the individual offices for support.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
Scholarships will be handled through the Financial Aid office. Please check your Louisiana Tech email for notifications concerning scholarships that are available and deadlines. Financial Aid
Change of Major
Changing your major? Fill out this form. You can see your form’s progress and will be notified when all changes are complete.
All petitions should be filed by using this form.
All students in the College of Engineering and Science must register for graduation two quarters prior to graduation. At this time students will need to meet with their advisor to review their curriculum to ensure all course requirements will be met for graduation. In addition, students are required to fill out a survey in their last quarter. Each student will receive an email containing the instructions for the survey including the deadline in which they must submit a graduation form.
All requirements listed in the General Information section of the University Bulletin apply. In addition, a student majoring in a program in the College of Engineering must have at least a 2.0 grade point average in courses bearing the specific rubric of the major program (e.g., computer science, civil engineering, etc.) when computed on all attempts for which a final grade was received (excluding ‘W plus’ grades).
In order to graduate from a baccalaureate program in the College of Engineering, a student must complete 27 of the last 36 hours in the curriculum while enrolled in the College of Engineering.
Transfer Evaluation System (TES)
Louisiana Tech University offers the Transfer Evaluation System to its students to provide students with an up-to-date library of all of our established equivalencies from institutions that we have previously received transfer credit. This will give you an idea of what courses will transfer. All of your college-level coursework will transfer for admission purposes, but your department is responsible for accepting all transfer credits towards your curriculum. If you are searching for a course, or courses, in TES® that have not been evaluated this does not mean that you will not receive credit upon transfer. We have not had the opportunity to evaluate every course in the country, TES® is an ever-expanding database. If you come across a course that has not been evaluated please contact your department with the name of your institution, the semester in which you took (or will be taking) the course, and the course name and number. They will be able to have the course evaluated for you.
If you have any questions, please email Zoe Martinez, the Transfer Admissions Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Counseling Services strives to identify student needs in regard to academic achievement, emotional/psychological and physical health, career involvement, and responsible decision-making. Through counseling, crisis intervention, educational programming, and counselor training, services are delivered that address needs in guiding the student toward the fulfillment of his/her fullest potential intellectually, socially, physically, and spiritually.
Working collaboratively with internal and external partners and consistent with the mission of the university, the Career Center provides centralized and comprehensive education and support to students and graduates, primarily in the cultivation and enhancement of skills to explore major and career options, master internship/job search techniques and strategies, and connect with industry partners through experiential and professional opportunities.
Testing and Disability Services
As a department within the Division of Student Affairs, Testing and Disability Services seeks a collaborative and cooperative relationship with the university community to enhance the education of Louisiana Tech students.
Student Health Center
The Health Center is Louisiana Tech students’ advocate for health promotion, disease prevention and early intervention of illness. Services are provided at no minimum cost.
Bulldog Achievement Resource Center (BARC)
The Bulldog Achievement Resource Center (BARC) seeks to connect students to Louisiana Tech University by providing them with academic and co-curricular resources, by giving them opportunities for involvement in the University and community, and by helping to equip them to succeed in completing a degree program while enhancing the overall student experience.