Information for Students

Advising & Tutoring
Applying to Graduate School?
Awards
Campus Student Resources
Classes & Help Sessions
Commuter Students
Computing & Email
Course Surveys
Employment
CSS Team 2 Research Support (was ERSO)
Financial Aid, Scholarships & Fellowships
Grad Presentations at the Faculty Retreats
Graduate Handbook
GSI/Reader Information
Lounges/Conference/Reading Rooms
LSCS Commencement
New Student Orientation
Organizations/Groups
Policies
Problems and Complaints
Public Printers
Résumé Services
Self-Paced Center
Software and Downloads
Study Abroad
Technical Reports
Undergraduate Faculty Advising
Undergraduate Handbook
Undergraduate Research

Advising and Tutoring

Undergraduate

Advising and Support

Graduate

Personal Advising and Counseling
EECS Graduate Offices

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Applying to Graduate School?

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EECS Student Awards

EECS Student Awards are open for nominations during the spring semester.

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Campus Student Resources

Undergraduate

Resources and Facilities

Graduate

Resources

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Classes and Academic Help

EE and CS Class Information

See the class information web page for links to class home pages, draft class schedules, FAQs, campus class information and more.

Undergraduate

Course and Scheduling Information
Sample Curricula
Academic Advising
Tutoring
Courses Taken Outside UC Berkeley
Video Showcase of EE Upper Division Courses

Graduate

Coursework
Faculty Advisors

Self-Paced Courses

Students take self-paced courses because they either want to spread their studies over more than one semester or take enrichment courses which are taught on a tutorial basis rather than with a lecture format; in either case, full credits are earned for self-paced courses.

CS Self-Paced Center
200A Sutardja Dai Hall
selfpace@cs

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EECS Computing and Email

Every new EECS student should apply for an email account through the EECS Instructional Support Group. Via your email address, which will be listed on BearFacts, you will receive email regarding important departmental matters (such as TeleBears deadlines, etc). Information on accessing email, departmental computers, and course listings is also available at this site. Of particular interest is Information for New Users.

More about EECS Computer Facilities

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Course Surveys

HKN compiles Course Surveys for all undergraduate and graduate level EECS courses (professors and TAs included) based on student feedback.

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Employment

Undergraduate

Employment

Graduate

Financial Support

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Campus Shared Services Team 2 (formerly known as ERSO)

Cory and Soda Halls

Your faculty advisor's administrative assistant or grant administrator is available to assist you with items such as ordering equipment, preparing travel vouchers, check reimbursements, and any other paperwork related to account funds, equipment, and space-related issues. Examples of things students are expected to do for themselves are photcopying and faxing. To get supplies, speak to your research advisor's administrative assistant. Not all faculty have the same procedures.

NOTE: If there is no administrative assistant for a faculty member, talk to him or her directly. Also, if you have a unique situation that isn't addressed above, ask your research advisor for more information. If you have additional questions, contact Cindy Kennon (510-642-0479, ckennon@erso) at 510-643-8423.

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Financial Aid, Scholarships & Fellowships

Undergraduate

Financial Support and Emergency Loans

Graduate

Financial Support

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Graduate Student Presentations at the EECS Faculty Retreats

Information about the CSGSA, EEGSA and WICSE joint reports on EECS grad issues and concerns, presented at the EECS Faculty Retreats. The website, which contains presentations, survey results and post-retreat follow-ups, is LDAP-restricted to faculty, staff and graduate students in the department.

Log into CSGSA Faculty Retreats
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New Student Orientation

Undergraduate

Orientation

Graduate

EECS New Graduate Student Website
EECS New Graduate Student Orientation Schedule
General Orientation Information

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Public Printers

Please Note: Most printers in Cory and Soda Halls are NOT publically available (i.e. should not be used by students). Please only use the printers listed below.

Printers in the EECS instructional labs are accessible to users with EECS instructional accounts. For more information, please see the Instructional Support Group printer page

Cory Hall

There are no public printers in Cory Hall at this time. The instructional printers located on the 2nd floor of Cory Hall are maintained by IESG (inst@eecs).

Soda Hall

Public printers are located in 384 and 730 Soda Hall (lws384, lws384_duplex & lws730).

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Student Résumé Services

Résumé Books are offered for the members of:

The External Relations Group produces a Graduate Student Résumé Directory for all current EECS graduate students. The goal of the directory is to benefit both students and employers by helping to match job opportunities with students' areas of expertise.

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Software and Downloads

There are links from the Software on EECS Instructional Systems web page to ISG downloads and documentation, EECS department software available from The Software Warehouse, and campus IS&T software distribution.

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