Resources and Policies

Program Resources and Policies

WSE Student Affairs serves Whiting School of Engineering graduate students, learners, and postdoctoral fellows. We support Homewood-based graduate programs, Engineering for Professionals, Engineering Innovation, and Lifelong Learning programs. Explore the below links to find program-specific information including policies and resources.

Academic Resources & Services

WSE Student Affairs helps shape your experience in the Whiting School of Engineering from orientation through graduation. We offer a range of resources for disability services, international travel, life design, and more.

Disability Services

Graduate students and learners with disabilities are served either by Homewood Student Disability Services or the WSE Student Disability Coordinator. Visit our Disability Services page to find more information and how to request accommodations.

International Travel Guidelines

Before traveling abroad WSE graduate students and postdocs should review our travel resources. Learn about administrative, health, and safety issues so you can plan your travel accordingly.

Life Design & Career Services

The Imagine Center is a place where students are encouraged to think collectively, creatively, critically about the many possibilities for their future.

The Life Design Lab

All WSE graduate students can access resources from JHU’s Life Design Lab. WSE also has dedicated staff who offer workshops, drop in appointments, and much more to students in our masters programs.

JHU PhD student conducting research in a lab

PHutures Professional Development for PhD Students

PHutures empowers doctoral students and postdocs to achieve their unique career goals. Through education, hands-on experience, and a network of connections, PHutures guides our community on a journey of professional exploration and growth.

JHU Imagine Center

Professional Development for Masters Students

Engineering for Professionals has a career and life design educator, Mark Savage  to help you accomplish your career goals—from writing resumes and cover letters to networking and interviewing. Learn more about professional development for Masters students and how to use JHU’s Handshake Career Management System.