Colorado State University hosts free peek into engineering programs October 29

A young woman in CSU green gives a tour to a group of prospective students and parents.
The Walter Scott Jr. College of Engineering welcomes prospective students for Engineering Exploration Day, October 29, 2022.

Colorado State University will host a free Engineering Exploration Day on Saturday, October 29. The on-campus event is a look into engineering programs for high school and transfer students and their families.

Registration is required for the free event, which will take place at the Lory Student Center on the Fort Collins campus.

Overhead photo of a tour guide speaking to a group of parents and prospective students in the mechanical engineering materials laboratory.
Families tour a mechanical engineering laboratory during a previous edition of Engineering Exploration Day

Scheduled activities offer unique opportunities to participants to connect one-on-one with current students and faculty in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering, where they can:

  • Tour state-of-the-art facilities and labs
  • Learn how current students picked their passion
  • Connect with engineering student organizations
  • Talk with faculty members and advisors
  • Learn about scholarship opportunities

In addition to general sessions, participants can explore classes and talk with students and faculty in chemical, civil, electrical, mechanical and biomedical engineering.

The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering trains students to engage the global societal and environmental challenges of the day through research, education, innovation and outreach. An ABET-accredited institution, the college engages in cutting-edge research that provides students hands-on learning.