Prospective Students

Welcome

Thank you for your interest in Engineering & Design at WWU!  Our department offers hands on learning, undergraduate research opportunities, and state of the art equipment in our laboratories.  We're excited to share our programs with you. We have provided some videos below highlighting student projects, as well as links to program information. 

While we aren't able to meet you in person yet, we encourage you to contact us by phone or email or join a virtual info session.  

General questions:

Engineering and Design Department 

ENGD@wwu.edu 

360-650-3380

advisor

Meet wtih us virtually!

Please join us this winter for drop- in sessions on zoom!  The pre-major advisor will answer all of your questions about our programs. 

Various Fridays from 11am-12pm

January 14

January 21

January 28

February 4

February 11

February 25

March 4

Zoom link

Meeting ID: 923 8573 5602

Meeting passcode: 384973

Degrees Offered

Research and Student Projects

The videos below give some insight into projects that students in the Engineering & Design Department have the opportunity to work on. Each of our programs gives students experiential learning opportunities on industry grade epuipment in our labs and studio spaces.  

Learn more!

Industrial Design senior project

PCE research project

Women in Manufacturing

makerspace logo

The Makerspace offers access to equipment, training, and support to all WWU students while promoting a culture of collaboration and inclusion. 

Equipment available:

  • laster cutter
  • industrial sewing machines
  • 3D printers
  • hand tools
  • and much more!
Learn more!

Get Involved!

Racing team and car

Student Clubs

Our department offers many clubs for students to involved with and clubs are open to any one on campus!   Clubs are a great way to meet fellow students, gain skills outside of the classroom, and make connections with mentors and employers. 

Learn more!

BEES Scholarship

Prospective students interested in engineering are encouraged to check out the Becoming Engaged Engineering Scholars program.  Eligible students can receive financial support, peer mentoring, and an encouraging community of faculty and industry partners. 

Learn more!