You should talk to a department adviser if you have questions about how to use LionPATH or about university policies and procedures.
Energy Engineering (ENENG) majors, Environmental Systems Engineering (ENVSE) majors, and Mining Engineering (MNGE) majors
- Samantha Suk
Energy Business and Finance (EBF) and Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering (PNGE) majors
- Molly Hannah
You should talk to your assigned faculty adviser if you have questions about what to schedule, course requirements for your major, academic planning, and how minors or elective selections could fit with your career plans.
How do I find my adviser’s name and contact information?
Can I change my faculty adviser?
A student is allowed to change their faculty adviser one time while they are in an EME major. The adviser will be changed to whichever faculty advisor for the student’s major currently has the fewest advisees; the student does not get to choose the new adviser.
If you understand these policies and still want to change your faculty adviser, you can email your request to Alisha Simon (see contact information listed above).