Interested in becoming an Engineering Buff? We’ve created a virtual experience to help you learn more about life in the College of Engineering and Applied Science. From virtually anywhere in the world, you can explore everything our college has to offer: Learn about programs and majors, research happening on campus and ways to connect with current and future Buffs.
Whether you’re a prospective or admitted student, we have a variety of ways for you to explore, connect and use this time to prepare for your future.
Do you have questions about attending CU Boulder Engineering? Schedule time to meet with our Engineering Admissions Recruiters via Zoom. This is the fastest way to ask questions about the college-going process, get answers and be connected. These meetings are set aside for any student considering the College of Engineering and Applied Science. Our Admissions Recruiters are not able to answer questions about your class schedule or registration. To contact us by email, send your questions to CEASAdmissions@colorado.edu.
These meetings are set aside for any student considering the College of Engineering at CU Boulder. We can answer general questions about the college-going process and the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences specifically.
Engineering Center Tour
Follow engineering student ambassador Claire on a tour of the Engineering Center.
Join our student ambassador and aerospace sciences student for a tour of the Smead Aerospace Sciences Building. See the space, visit labs and learn about the variety of academic programs and research opportunities that you can experience on campus.
Get industry experience in aerospace engineering and computer science abroad as an aerospace engineering sciences undergrad student at the University of Colorado Boulder. This is a five-year graduation plan that features a semester of study abroad and a semester co-op to obtain a BS in aerospace engineering sciences with a minor in computer science.
Engineering Career Services is here to help become ProReady. We are allies — starting your first year — in your career and professional development. We’ll work with you to discover your interests and strengths, learn about the industry that you choose to pursue, and develop effective strategies for launching your engineering career.
The Global Engineering RAP is a community which helps you to practice and improve your language skills (primarily Spanish, French and Russian plus 10 other languages) while focusing on global politics, engineering projects and IT-driven intercultural communications.
The goal of the ProReady initiative is to provide CU Engineering students with an easy and flexible formula for career success. The ProReady initiative is designed to prepare every CU Engineering student for career success in their chosen field.