When visiting The University of Iowa College of Engineering, take time to experience a walking tour of teaching and research areas in the Seamans Center for the Engineering Arts and Sciences. Tours are conducted by knowledgeable undergraduate engineering student ambassadors.
Walking tours for prospective students are conducted Monday through Friday, when school is in session, from 2:30-3:30 p.m., immediately after the 1:30 engineering academic session. These visits begin at the Engineering OASIS (Outreach, Admissions, Scholarships & Inclusion Services) Office, 3307 Seamans Center for the Engineering Arts and Sciences. Sign up on the Admissions "visit campus" website.
Group tours can be arranged by completing the "engineering outreach event request" form.
Tours include some of the College's unique and renowned teaching and research areas in the Seamans Center for the Engineering Arts & Sciences:
- Computer labs
- Research Laboratories
- Engineering Student Commons
- Hanson Center for Technical Communication
- Lichtenberger Engineering Library
- John Deere Plaza
- Pierce Atrium
- Fethke Rooftop Terrace