CAEN computer labs and remote access resources are intended to support the course-related, instructional needs of enrolled Michigan Engineering students.
Since Engineering Student Project Teams provide a valuable, educational experience to U-M students, and non-Engineering students may be members of these teams, CAEN may provide access to those members with the following requirements:
- Students must be enrolled in a U-M course during the current term, and must be in good standing with the University, as verified by Wolverine Access.
- The need for CAEN Access must be established in written form by the team’s Michigan Engineering faculty advisor. Submitting a request online at Contact CAEN, or by email to email@example.com will require the faculty advisor to state how their team duties require CAEN Access.
Before submitting the request, faculty advisors are encouraged to consider the following:
- The availability of CAEN computers is valuable to enrolled Michigan Engineering students, as each “seat” represents an important resource for their course-related work.
- The CAEN computers located in the Duderstadt Center are open to all U-M students, and may be used as an alternative to those provided in Engineering buildings.
Note: Any student granted access to CAEN computers and software are subject to U-M policies, including those outlined on the CAEN Conditions of Use page.