This study aimed to examine the perception of Engineering students about importance of educational needs, and satisfaction about it. Methodology: Research design: A descriptive correlational design was used for this study. Setting: The present study was conducted at engineering faculties in Dire Dawa University. Subject: The present study included a total coverage sample includes all four academic years engineering students during academic year (2021). Total number of students was (n=727). Tools of study: The study tool consisted of Engineering Education Satisfaction Instrument (EESI) consist of two questions (question one about importance of educational needs, and question 2 about satisfaction with the educational needs) contained the same items, the five subscales related to the five levels. Results: This study revealed that, there was a highly statistical significant differences among the four academic years engineering students as all fifth year engineering students had reported that the educational needs is very important, and a highly statistical significant differences among the students of the four academic years in which the second year and Third year students had the highest mean scores according to perception of the engineering students about satisfaction with the educational needs. Conclusions: there was a highly statistically significant positive relationship between perceptions of the engineering students in the four academic years about the importance of educational needs. Also observed that there was a highly statistically significant negative relationship between perceptions of the engineering students in the four academic years about the satisfaction of educational needs. Recommendations: Ask authoritative persons to improve educational environment through providing more space, and educational resources for conducting teaching learning process.