Throughout the year, we will host several events where you can visit campus, meet students and faculty, and learn more about academic programs and how to get involved. We are excited to see you.
Whether your career goals include broadcasting news and sports, producing video, writing online content, filmmaking or creating an advertising campaign, you¹ll get hands-on experience and build your online portfolio with a degree from the School of Communication. Meet with faculty and students, tour our TV studio and production facilities and stay for a live news broadcast on Nov. 30.
Whether you are interested in infant and child development, cultural psychology, body image issues, health psychology, forensic psychology, family therapy or sports psychology―just to name a few―our Department of Psychology faculty prepare you for a successful career or a first-rate graduate program. Visit us on Dec. 3 to meet with our professors and learn about research opportunities and internships that will help you stand out from your peers.
If you are interested in biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, and physics, we offer hands-on learning experiences and small class sizes so you can work one on one with faculty. Visit us on Dec. 11 to meet with professors, tour our classrooms and labs, and learn about research and internship opportunities that will prepare you for a successful career.
Whether it’s designing next-generation cell phone transmitters, space gear for NASA, or eco-friendly buildings, students in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) graduate career ready. Learn more about CETA’s training-intensive courses, meet current students, and tour our facilities at the CETA Visit Day on Dec. 8.
At Accepted Student Days, you’ll have a chance to meet other accepted students, talk to faculty in your major, set up your schedule, tour campus, meet clubs and organization, and much more. Receptions are held in the spring. Dates to be announced.