The undergraduate experience at ISU CCEE is exceptional. U.S. News and World Report lists Iowa State’s CCEE Department in the top twenty leading civil engineering schools. Iowa State’s construction engineering program is one of the largest programs of its kind in the nation. On average, 100 percent of our students have jobs by six months post-graduation. And we have many departmental and collegiate student organizations, all of whom complete volunteer trips, student competitions, job-site visits and industry networking. At ISU, your experience will combine first-rate faculty with excellent undergraduate facilities and a one-to-one educational and advising approach. Your adventure starts when you choose to engineer here at ISU CCEE!
ADVISING CENTER FOR UNDERGRADS
Have questions about our program? Reach out to one of our academic advisors.
ISU CCEE STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
We house more than a dozen student organizations right here at ISU CCEE. Extend your adventure beyond classes!
There is a variety of CCEE and College of Engineering organizations here on campus, there is a list and more information here.
LEARNING COMMUNITIES AND ACADEMIC CENTERS
Environmental Engineering Learning Community
Environmental Engineering Learning Community is the environmental engineering learning community at Iowa State University and is open to environmental engineering majors only.
Civil Engineering Keystone
Civil Engineering Keystone is the civil engineering learning community at Iowa State University and is open to civil engineering majors only.
Construction Engineering Cornerstone
Construction Engineering Cornerstone is the construction engineering learning community at Iowa State University and is open to construction engineering majors and other students with the permission of instructors.
More Information on Learning Communities and Academic Centers
Global Perspectives in Transportation (CE 395)
This two-week course is worth three credit hours and takes place either in Italy or Great Britain. It offers CCEE students an international perspective on transportation and infrastructure projects. Usually sophomore and junior-classified students are encouraged to participate in this opportunity, but accommodations can be made for freshman and graduate students.
Some of the opportunities offered to students in the EHP include:
- Honors classes
- Small-group honors seminars
- Collaborations with individual faculty on research projects
- Extended library loan privileges
- Priority registration for classes
- 24 hour use of Jischke Honors Building
Schedule a visit though the Office of Admissions today!
CONSIDERING GRADUATE STUDY? HERE’S HOW:
Start earning your master’s degree as an undergraduate!
More information, prerequisites, benefits, and how to get started here.