Bioengineering sends BioE Announcements by email to all declared undergraduate majors roughly twice each week during the school year. If you are not receiving your announcements, first check your spam filters, then email email@example.com.
ESS publishes a regular newsletter with opportunities and announcements. Find the archive online.
Where to find your rules and requirements
The College Undergraduate Guide is the binding record of requirements to which students are subject.
This includes: grades, GPA, Incompletes, standards for residency and progress, repeating courses, withdrawal and readmission, credit for courses outside Berkeley, independent study, etc. Any questions about requirements should be directed to your departmental or college advisers.
Forms for undergraduates
- Undergraduate research forms: BioE 99, H194, 196, 199
- BioE Minor forms
- Online TeleBEARS form
- BioE Degree Check worksheet
- More Engineering forms and petitions
Tutoring and advising
Tutoring is available from a number of sources. It is important to seek academic assistance early if you feel that you need it. Some resources:
Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) provide academic services to fellow undergraduates.
Student Learning Center – Tutoring in lower division math, science, composition, and social science. Also provides study skills workshops.
Residence Hall Academic Services – An Academic Services Center is available in each unit. These services and resources include academic advising, tutoring, faculty-interaction programs, study-space, residential theme programs, and technology services.
Center for Access to Engineering Excellence – drop-in tutoring for core engineering coursework, review sessions, study groups and skill-building workshops.
Additional services may be available through Engineering Student Services.
Every semester, the Center for Access to Engineering Excellence offers a series of Academic Success Workshops to help students make the most of their time at Berkeley Engineering.