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CEE Course Planning & Registration

DRC Testing Accommodations

The CEE Course Planning & Registration  page provides a variety of course planning resources, including draft schedules for upcoming terms and information on course equivalencies for transfer students.

All accommodated tests should be scheduled during the first week of term through either the SHAC Testing Services or the CEE & MME (CEME) Testing Center.

SHAC Testing Services: Schedule through

CEME Testing Center: Schedule online:

Please note the following policy with regards to the CEME Testing Center:

-The CEME Testing Center is only available to students enrolled in CEE, MME, or EAS courses.
-The CEME Testing Center will only proctor exams for students who have DRC accommodations and/or emergency situations (with instructor approval), and we will require a copy of your DRC accommodation letter to complete your booking.
-The CEME Testing Center requires all bookings to be requested at least 7 days prior to the exam date; we may not be able to proctor your exam if notice is less than 7 days.
- All proctored exam dates and times must be approved by your instructor prior to booking.

Please contact with any questions.

Jobs, Internships & Scholarships

Student Groups

The Jobs, Internships, and Scholarships page can help you learn how to fund your education, gain real-world experience while still in school, and find a job after graduation.

The Student Groups page lists the wide variety of student organizations that are available to help you connect with your peers and enhance your educational experience.

Lab Safety

FE Exam Information

See the CEE Lab Safety Page for policies and procedures.

The FE Exam Information for CEE Students page will give you important information about how to register and prepare for the Fundamentals of Engineering exam, the first step in the path toward engineering licensure.

Title IX Statement and Compliance Coordinator


Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of one's sex or gender, which includes sexual harassment. Portland State University's Title IX Coordinator is Julie Caron, 503.725.4410, PSU's Title IX Deputy Coordinator is Yesenia Gutierrez: 503.725.4413, The Title IX Coordinator can assist you with addressing any concerns or in filing an internal complaint through the Office of Equity and Compliance.

If you have questions about filing a complaint with the Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights (OCR) you may contact the Western Region’s office at 206-607-1600 or

Information regarding NASA-funded nondiscriminatory policies, and how to make a complaint with NASA, can be found in the NASA MissionSTEM brochure.