Student Success: We define success as an ability to think critically, grow professionally, achieve goals, and contribute to the community.
Vision: We strive to be a valued community of scholars in which students are engaged in diverse learning experiences with faculty and staff who are devoted to student success and technical achievement.
Mission: Through contemporary curricula, engaging pedagogy, scholarship and applied research, we produce career-ready graduates prepared for a lifetime of professional achievement and intellectual growth.
Values: We value student success, academic excellence, scholarship, innovation, a balance of theory and practice, diversity, opportunity, community engagement, integrity, and accountability.
NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED PROGRAMS
11th: Civil Engineering
13th: Computer Engineering
18th: Electrical & Electronic Engineering
22nd: Mechanical Engineering
U.S. News & World Report. Among 220 non-doctorate granting colleges