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ECE Undergraduate Mailing List

An email list is provided for ECE undergraduate students to receive information about job opportunities, new courses, seminars, the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam, and other items of interest to undergraduate students.

Any Missouri S&T ECE or Freshman Engineering student may be added to the list.  Only email accounts ending in mst.edu may be added to the list.

Anyone may send a message to the members of the list by sending an email to ece-ugrad-grp@mst.edu.  This is a moderated list, which means that all messages will be screened before they are released to the members.

To subscribe to the list please follow the instructions below.  If you have questions, please contact the ECE Undergraduate Secretary.

 

 

To Register:

Go to http://mygroups.mst.edu and log in.

Search for ECE Undergrads and select “Apply for Membership”.

 

 

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