Visit the College of Engineering

Virtual Visit Options for Prospective Students

  • There are many opportunities to virtually visit the College of Engineering and learn more about the incredible students, faculty, opportunities, and facilities. 
  • All times listed in central time.

Meet with Jane Dorman, Director of Engineering Admissions & Student Life. Virtual one-on-one meeting, Mon-Fri 1-6 pm

  • Schedule here.
  • Talk with Jane about "Why Engineering at Iowa?", ask questions about admission, transfer credit, the engineering curriculum, student opportunities, living on-campus, outcomes, etc. Jane has a lot of experience working with Iowa Engineering students and has lots of knowledge and insight to share.
  • You can add a student ambassador-led virtual engineering tour after the meeting.

Meet with an Engineering Student Ambassador. Virtual one-on-one meeting, seven days a week.

  • Schedule here.
  • Talk with a current engineering student about the College of Engineering: ask any questions you have; the ambassadors are happy to share their experiences and words of wisdom.
  • You can add a virtual engineering tour after the meeting.
  • Learn more about the student ambassadors here.

Virtual Engineering Overview & Virtual Tour. 

A 90-minute overview with Jane Dorman, director of engineering admissions & student life, and current engineering students about Engineering at Iowa and why it's an excellent choice for smart, interesting students who would like to "be an engineer ... and something more"!  Questions are welcome. You'll also take a tour where you will see classrooms, innovative labs, and other favorite spots in the engineering building while student ambassadors share their experiences.

*** Most recommended event: Explore Engineering at Iowa, a virtual event. ***

A 3-hour in-depth highly recommended virtual event where Engineering faculty and alumni join Jane Dorman, director of engineering admissions & student life, and current students. You'll learn what it means to "be an engineer and something more," and why Iowa is an excellent choice for smart and multi-talented students who want an engineering community focused on teamwork and success. Breakout sessions about housing, student involvement, and diversity are included, and questions are welcome. You'll also take a tour of the Seamans Center for the Engineering Arts & Sciences and see classrooms, innovative labs, and other favorite spots in the engineering building, while student ambassadors share their experiences.

Student Panel on Engineering Opportunities & Involvement. Virtual event.

Talk with current engineering students about their extracurricular experiences and how you can get involved.

  • Wednesday, February 24, 4-5:00 pm
 

Society of Women Engineers' High School Conference. Virtual event.

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) at the University of Iowa is hosting a virtual High School Conference this year! This program is designed to give attendees a chance to learn and experience first-hand about engineering and The University of Iowa. High school students in 10th-12th grade are eligible to participate. After registering, SWE will communicate with families about picking up a box of STEM activity materials. Students will have the opportunity to use these materials while participating virtually in the High School Conference on April 16th. This program is open to all to participate. Questions can be directed to the SWE High School Conference Chairs: Sam Mittal & Celesta Cox, by emailing them here. 

University's Virtual Hawkeye Visit Days and Virtual Admitted Student Days

  • Jane Dorman, Director of Engineering Admissions & Student Life, and Engineering Student Ambassadors will participate in these university-wide events.
  • Register on the Admissions "visit campus" website