Chris Vanderhoef posted 1 year ago
First time logging in.  Checking it out, trying to figure this out.


  • Tim Valley

    Tim Valley 1 year ago

    Keep going. That is the best way to learn this site!
  • Elle Meinholz

    Elle Meinholz 1 year ago

    The more you explore on the website, the easier it will come. Nothing you can't handle Chris!
  • Mitch Trewyn

    Mitch Trewyn 1 year ago

    There's a slight learning curve to the site, but once you get it, the site is extremely helpful.  Let us know if there's anything you can't find!
  • Chris Vanderhoef

    Chris Vanderhoef 1 year ago

    Still exploring, trying to learn this site.
  • Kip Kussman

    Kip Kussman 1 year ago

    Hey Chris-  I would start by clicking on the places tab to see if there are any groups you would like to join.  Most of our student organizations have groups on the site. There is also a group for the incoming freshmen class (Accepted students 2018) as well as groups related to your major. The more people and groups you follow the more information you will get on your home feed.  Hub is also a great way to meet other incoming freshmen as well as faculty alumni and other members of the MSOE community.  Is there anything specific you would like to know about MSOE? Dana Grennier do you have any suggestions for Chirs?
  • Dana Grennier

    Dana Grennier 1 year ago

    Chris, don't be afraid to start a discussion too.  The best thing about this site is that everyone can chime in and share their thoughts and advice.  Curious to know what is the best thing about Milwaukee?  What about your major are you most interested in?  Do you know other people who are going to attend MSOE?  These are all things you can find out more about.  If you ever need help, just let us know.  There are also lots of great resources in MSOE Hub Help and Feedback