Events:

2021 Event Dates:

All prospective students are invited to attend Zoom info-sessions with engineering advisers to help with major selection, admissions, and the registration process. Mini-engineering days will have department guests that will speak and answer questions about particular majors, curriculum and labs.

Info-sessions provide detailed answers to questions like:

    • How do I apply?
    • Can I talk to an adviser?
    • Will my AP/IB credits count?
    • How do I register for classes?
    • How to apply for financial aid?
    • What should my major be?

Info-Sessions are General Engineering, Mini-Engineering Events are Department/Major Specific

All events are virtual and will start at 3:30pm. Please look for an email the week of the event with a Zoom link.

Dates:

    • December 18, 2020
    • January 15, 2021
    • Feb 18: ECE Mini-Engineering Day
      • Details
        Electrical and Computer Engineering is an exciting career with opportunities in every high tech sector – aerospace, medical innovation, communication, power and renewable energy, robotics, nanotechnology, and more. It is also an excellent segway to programs in patent law, innovation and entrepreneurship, and medical professions. Come find out more about the ECE program at the University of Utah, and how you can get involved in innovations in this exciting area early in your undergraduate program.
    • March 19, 2021
    • April 23,2021

Info-Session / Mini-Engineering Day Registration


Info-Sessions are General Engineering, Mini Engineering Days are Department/Major Specific

Feb 18: ECE Mini-Engineering Day Details: Electrical and Computer Engineering is an exciting career with opportunities in every high tech sector – aerospace, medical innovation, communication, power and renewable energy, robotics, nanotechnology, and more. It is also an excellent segway to programs in patent law, innovation and entrepreneurship, and medical professions.

Come find out more about the ECE program at the University of Utah, and how you can get involved in innovations in this exciting area early in your undergraduate program.

What type of student are you?
High School Graduation Year
Please check any majors/minors that interest you.
Will a parent or legal guardian be participating with you for this session?