Future Students

Engineering Exploration Week 2020

Calling all future Rams!
Virtual Engineering Exploration Week is coming October 19-24!

High school and transfer students can meet with student design teams, check out lab demonstrations, and learn about engineering careers during our free virtual Engineering Exploration Week.

It’s bigger than a major. It’s more than an engineering degree.

It’s late-night conversations about changing the world. It’s the set of experiences that turns a job into a lifetime of difference‑making.

Connect with engineering virtually!

Join us 4 p.m. every Monday and 3 p.m. every Friday for a College Information Session Webinar to learn more about specific academic programs, student life, enrichment opportunities, and more. 

One-on-one virtual meetings

Prospective students can schedule a 1-on-1 video chat with a current student from the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering! Appointments are available based on specific programs and majors. Register here.

Our engineering student ambassadors will guide you through an interactive virtual tour of our engineering facilities. Engage with current engineering students and ask questions about their CSU experience.

TOURS AND VISITS

For future students, there’s nothing like walking up the big staircase in the Scott Building, asking questions during a one-on-one tour with an engineering ambassador, or talking with current students about their engineering project.

In order to facilitate a safe and healthy environment for the entire CSU community and our guests, all prospective student events scheduled for March 16-May 31 are canceled.  We will also be unable to accommodate visit requests during that time. For updates on Admissions events, please visit admissions.colostate.edu/covid19.

We're here to answer your questions!

Take advantage of these engineering-specific visit opportunities:

Scott Bioengineering Building Exterior

Engineering Tours

We offer undergraduate student-guided tours of engineering facilities from academic buildings to our Engineering Residential Learning Community.

Engineering Exploration Day for future students

Engineering Exploration Week

A virtual event offered for free each year, the College invites high school students, their parents, and community members to explore engineering majors and careers.

E-Days Senior Design Showcase

Engineering Days

Although this is not a traditional visit day, the E-Days design showcase features outstanding opportunities across disciplines to interact with undergraduate students and their projects.

Our Student Ambassadors

Our student ambassadors live the engineering life every day, and are the perfect people to answer questions about the engineering experience. The ambassadors give tours of our buildings, offer advice to future students, and are available for any questions about the College. 

Two students take a selfie with the deans of engineering

Tips for First Year Engineers

Tips for First Year Engineers Hi there! Are you a first-year student? If so, welcome to CSU! We’re so happy to welcome you to the RAMily and

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Effective Study Tips for Engineers

Effective Study Tips for Engineers Hi my name is Katy, and I am excited to share my most effective study tips! After four years of Environmental Engineering, I

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  • Pre-Med Track
  • Honors Program
  • On-campus research
  • Being an out-of-state student
  • Living in Academic Village
  • IM Sports

Ethan Barron

Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering

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  • Living in Academic Village
  • Things to do in Colorado
  • Research on campus
  • Clubs on campus
  • Living on campus sophomore year
  • Study abroad

Kate Boyd

Chemical and biological engineering

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  • The CSU Honors Program
  • Internships out of state
  • Society of Women Engineers
  • Alternative Spring Break
  • The best coffee shops in town
  • CSU outdoor program

Sami Fischer

Civil engineering

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  • Living in Academic Village
  • IM sports
  • Biomedical engineering
  • Engineering Societies
  • Off campus living
  • Activities around Fort Collins

Katie Gaughan

Chemical and Biological Engineering

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  • Being Latinx in Engineering
  • Being a transfer student
  • Being an out-of-state student
  • Diversity Programs in Engineering
  • Studying Abroad + Interning Abroad
  • Undergraduate research

Michelle Hefner

Biomedical and Chemical & Biological Engineering

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  • ECE Outreach Group
  • Diversity Cultural Centers on campus
  • Student clubs and leadership positions
  • Being from Hawaii
  • Living in Allison Hall and Aggie Village
  • On campus jobs

Kailee Mitsuyasu

Computer engineering

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  • Being an out-of-state student
  • On-campus jobs
  • Student diversity organizations
  • Engineering societies
  • Living in Corbett Hall
  • Off-campus living/life

Camille Milo

Chemical and biological/biomedical engineering

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  • A minor in a non-STEM program
  • IM sports
  • Long and short term study abroad
  • How to balance school, work, and fun
  • Being an out-of-state student
  • Volunteering abroad
  • CSU Mexico campus

Katy Rodriguez

Environmental Engineering

Ask me about

  • Internships
  • Living in AV
  • The Fort Collins Culture
  • Off-campus living/life
  • Being an out of state student
  • Student diversity organizations
  • Engineering organizations

Sarah Verderame

Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering

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  • Being an international student
  • Honors Track 2 Program
  • Honors Undergraduate Research Scholars Program
  • On-campus research
  • Internships
  • On/off-campus life
  • On-campus jobs

Ananya Vajapayajula

Chemical and Biological Engineering

Ask me about

  • Mountain biking in Fort Collins
  • Starting research as a sophomore
  • The Honors program
  • Living in the Honors Residence Hall
  • How photography can help you make connections
  • Skiing in Colorado

Connor Witt

Chemical and Biological Engineering

Engineering Residential Learning Community

Imagine living among other students on campus, surrounded by peers building a strong community. Being a part of the College community, at Colorado State University and in Fort Collins, offers an experience like no other.

Edwards Hall, Engineering Residential Learning Community, Colorado State University
Edwards Hall

Open to first-year and returning/upper-class engineering students.

Academic Village - Engineering, Engineering Residential Learning Community, Colorado State University
Academic Village

Open to first-year engineering students only.

Aspen Hall, Engineering Residential Learning Community, Colorado State University
Aspen Hall

Open to returning/upper-class engineering students.

Academic Support, Engineering Residential Learning Community, Colorado State University
Academic Support Services

Peer mentoring
Nightly tutoring (Sunday-Thursday)
Weekly advising drop-in hours
Live-in “Faculty-in-Residence” and Graduate Academic Coaches
Access to engineering Resident Assistant

Resources, Engineering Residential Learning Community, Colorado State University
RESOURCES

Design studios
Collaborative work rooms
Electronic classroom
Engineering Network Services Help Desk

#1

Complete the general housing application on the housing website

#2

Incoming first-year students must also complete a separate RLC application

Questions?

E-mail shannon.wagner@colostate.edu

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About Colorado State and Fort Collins

CSU is about community. Whether you live on or off campus, you’ll be an important member. If you’re looking for a college experience with the perfect fusion of culture, opportunity and adventure, Fort Collins is where you’ll find it.

Engineering Exploration Day

Engineering Success Center

The Engineering Success Center provides undergraduate engineering students with resume reviews, job search advice, salary negotiation tactics, mock interviews, cooperative education partnerships, and the opportunity to engage with diversity organizations.