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The Science and Engineering Library is located in Clark Hall. It includes books and bound journals, current scientific periodicals and technical serials and files of the graduate and undergraduate theses and dissertations. Reference service is available to all parts of the University, to other educational institutions, and to industry by the library staff and occasionally by others on the professional staff of the School of Engineering and Applied Science. Close cooperation is maintained with the other University libraries, whose total resources of more than four million volumes are open to engineering students and faculty members.
The Office of Minority Programs, established in the School of Engineering and Applied Science in 1986, is available to help minority students by providing academic support, motivational activities, and financial assistance. The office provides for counseling, and other special services for both undergraduate and graduate students.
An Office of Career Services is available to help engineering students establish their career goals and strategies to achieve those objectives. The office provides resource material on career fields, job search strategies, interviewing techniques, and employment opportunities. The office also coordinates on-Grounds interviews in conjunction with the University's central career planning and placement office. This office manages the Co-operative Education Program, and develops a broad range of summer job opportunities.
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