The College of Engineering and Applied Science and The BOLD Center host a variety of events for prospective high school students interested in CU-Engineering. All programs are free of cost unless otherwise noted.
Formerly Girls Explore Engineering, Engineering Your Future: An Exploration Day for Women invites high school girls to attend these free, fun and interactive introductions to engineering. Each day includes a hands-on design activity, lab tours and demonstrations, lunch and the inside scoop on admissions, financial aid and scholarships. These events are scheduled for November 5 and November 16, 2018.
Guided tours of the Engineering Center are available Monday to Friday at 12:30 p.m. during the regular school year. Call (303) 492-6606 with questions.
Tours begin in the main lobby near the information desk, and interested students and parents should arrive five minutes before the start of the tour. To reserve your spot and check tour availability, click here. Tours are not offered over winter break, during finals week, or other weekday campus holidays.
* Winter break 2018: Guided tours will not be available Dec. 15 through Jan. 11, 2019. The building will be open for self-guided tours, with the exception of Dec. 24-25 and Dec. 31-Jan. 1, when the university will be closed.*
Formerly Transfer Student Day, Engineering Your Future: An Exploration Day for Transfer & Nontraditional Students is a fun and interactive introduction to engineering as a transfer, community college, or non-traditional student. This free program includes lab experiences and hands-on opportunities, as well as information about admissions, financial aid and scholarships. Engineering Your Future: An Exploration Day for Transfer & Nontraditional Students will take place in November 2018.
Registration will open six weeks before the event, so check back for updates!
Formerly Minorities Explore Engineering, Engineer Your Future: An Exploration Day for Diverse Students is a fun and interactive introduction to engineering as an underrepresented student. This free program includes lab experiences and hands-on opportunities, as well as information about admissions, financial aid, and scholarship. Engineer Your Future: An Exploration Day for Diverse Students is October 22, 2018.
The CU Boulder Engineering Sampler will take place October 13, 2018 and provides you and your family the opportunity to tour the engineering facilities, explore academic and career choices with the deans and faculty, and meet current students. Participants must attend the entire day's program.
Registration will open in September, please check back for updates.
A chance for female engineering students to come and meet current faculty and other female students during the evening ofAdmitted Student Day Weekend (April). Come celebrate your admission to the College of Engineering during this unique event.
By Invitation only.
TailGateWay to Engineering
TailGateWay to Engineering is an event for students of color who have been admitted to the College of Engineering and Applied Science. Attendees have the opportunity to meet current engineering students, learn about BOLD scholarships and student societies, and to connect with engineering faculty and BOLD staff. Attendees also attend a CU Boulder basketball game together.
Campos EPC EngiNearMe is a free weeklong STEM program from June 2 - 7, 2019 at CU Boulder offering rising seniors from Colorado high schools an opportunity to explore everything Engineering has to offer. All expenses are paid for EngiNearMe participants, including housing on the CU Boulder campus. In addition, a $2,500 scholarship is available to participants who accept admission to CU Engineering.
ASPIRE is a bridge program for incoming first-year engineering students from underrepresented backgrounds. ASPIRE will take place in June 2019 in collaboration with the new Summer Experience for students living in the Quad. More information will be coming soon!