Thank you for your interest in Michigan State University's College of Engineering! We look forward to your visit. If you have questions or need assistance in scheduling a visit, please call our office at (517) 353-7282 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to connect with you personally or via Zoom.
This is your opportunity to discover what we have to offer by listening to an engineering presentation and seeing a sample of engineering labs, classrooms, computer labs and other service centers. The presentation and tour give you the chance to talk to staff and current MSU engineering students. Find out first-hand the advantages of studying engineering at MSU and what it takes to be a successful engineering student.
Anyone can attend the tours! It's a great opportunity for high school students and parents to see what we're all about.
Prospective student presentations and tours:
Presentations will be Mondays and Fridays, starting January 29th. Additional days will be added as the semester progresses. The presentations in April will be exclusively for Admitted Students. High school juniors and seniors interested in exploring engineering at MSU will learn about engineering majors, the Cornerstone and Residential Experience, resources for academic success, co-ops and internships, research opportunities, study abroad, engineering student clubs, etc.
Please arrive and check in 15 minutes prior to the presentation in room 3540 on the 3rd floor of the Engineering Building. The presentation will start promptly at 3:30pm with the tour following immediately after. The presentation and tour last from 1 hour to 1.5 hours.
Admitted student presentations and tours:
The presentations in April will be exclusively for Admitted Students. If you have received an official letter from MSU Office of Admissions indicating that you have been admitted to the university, you are welcome to attend these presentations. If these dates and times do not work for you, feel free to call our office at (517) 353-7282 or send an email to Drew Kim or Luis Donado. This presentation is geared towards students who have participated in a previous prospective presentation and want to learn more about the steps after they have been admitted. The focuses will be transitioning from high school to a university, housing options, scholarships, tips for academic success, student involvement, etc.
Admitted students also have the opportunity to visit MSU and the College of Engineering during Admitted Student Day on April 6th.
Due to the pre-college summer engineering programs taking place during the summer, presentations and tours are not offered. You are welcome to call our office at (517) 353-7282 or you can send your questions to email@example.com.
Furthermore, prospective students can attend the MSU Office of Admission's Green and White Days where academic information is presented, including an engineering presentation. The program is held daily for a week in late July. Please be sure to RSVP for the program.
Presentations will be held Mondays and Fridays, starting after Preview Day. Juniors and seniors interested in exploring engineering at MSU will learn about engineering majors, the Cornerstone and Residential Experience, resources for academic success, co-ops and internships, research opportunities, study abroad, engineering clubs, etc.
Please arrive and check in 15 minutes prior to the presentation in room 3540 on the 3rd floor of the Engineering Building. The presentation will start promptly at 3:30pm (or 10:00am for certain occasions) with the tour following immediately after. The Presentation and Tour lasts from 1 hour to 1.5 hours. Engineering building map
Preview Day is a great opportunity to check out the College of Engineering that is held in early October every year. Meet with professors, tour laboratories and see engineering interactive demonstrations, learn about majors and careers, talk with current MSU students, view undergraduate research posters and projects and much more!
If you are traveling from out of state, please visit our Office of Admissions travel accommodations page.