Resources

Team work, collaboration and written communication are critical skills employers seek. Your instructor is not your only resource to developing these skills while you are here at HSU. There many resources both within the ERE department and throughout HSU that will help you succeed in your classes and excel in the job market.

Solar energy monitoring  Bottles of chemicals
Engineering 115 students measure various forms of solar radiation (left), while engineering 351 students record the biological oxygen demand of local streams (right) 

Success in the Program

Are you new to college? Want some hints on how to get good grades? A former ERE students explains how to be successful in ERE program.

Tutoring

Need help in a class? Get three classmates together and you can get help for free!

Equipment Handbook

Many courses share common equipment, learn how to use it prior to lab.

Technical Communication

Technical writing is one of the most important skills you will learn in the ERE department. Your instructors will expect you to know the information in this section.

Library Resources

Have a research topic, but don't know where to start? The HSU librarians have put together several resources specific to environmental resources engineering.

Other Resources

While at HSU there are many tasks that you will need to master, such as registering for classes, finding a professor's office, requesting a key card for access to the Engineering building, obtaining a summer internship, or just getting your email to work. This section highlights where you can find that information on the HSU website and more.

Forms

Find common forms and document that are useful for success in the program.

Maps

Find maps of ERE related buildings and professor's offices.

ERE Key Card Requests

ERE majors and Environmental Systems grad students may submit an electronic request for 24-hour key card access to Science-D and the Engineering computer labs for the academic year (fall and spring semesters).  Please login here to request key card access.

Non-ERE majors who are enrolled in ENGR classes for the current term may submit a key card request for this term only.  If you are not an ERE major and are unable to login using the link above, please send an email to the ERE Admin Support Coordinator, Mary Jo Sweeters.  You will receive an email with a link to the key card form that does not require an Engineering student log-in.

How to Use vLinux

Find a pdf with instructions and screenshots for using vLinux at home or on-campus with a personal laptop.

Bentley Software for ERE Student Use

As part of Humboldt State University’s Bentley Academic subscription, Educators and students are entitled to receive software, training & support from Bentley Systems.   Please login here to find out more.

 

How to Apply

So environmental resources engineering sounds interesting, but you are still not sure if HSU is right for you? Explore what HSU has to offer to both freshman and transfer students.

Paperwork

For paperwork and forms such as major and minor contracts, course planning guides, semester schedules, course rotations, office hours and more, visit our forms page!