The School of Engineering (SoE) welcomes future engineers that want to join a dynamic community of solution seekers that value collaboration, innovation, and diversity of thought. We look forward to engaging with you during our walking tours or virtual events.
Plan your Visit
Want to see campus and hear from current students?
Sign-up for our Engineering Walking Tour on a select Friday in October or November. The event will start with a student panel, followed by an 80-minute walking tour. Ends November 19!
Want some general information about our school and/or specific majors?
Register for one of our school overview sessions and enjoy learning more from the comfort of your home. Choose between majors’ information sessions or student panels. Ends November 18.
Do you prefer a more casual environment where you can just approach students and ask them questions?
Join our Let's Talk Engineering sessions. No formal presentation, just great conversations. Ends November 30.
Are you interested in hearing from alumni or faculty regarding special topics in engineering?
Check out our Virtual Speaker Series. New topics will be introduced each month. Past event topics included: Diversity: Driving the Future of Engineering, Engineer to Entrepreneur and Engineering in Emergencies.
On Wednesday, December 15, 5-6:30pm EST, join our esteemed alumnae, Rita Marty and Jim Taylor, along with engineering professor, Wade Trappe, as they discuss the challenges of ensuring secure networking systems in our digital world. REGISTER HERE!
Do you prefer one-on-one conversations and would like to meet one student and ask him/her specific questions?
Book an appointment with one of engineering ambassadors. Read their bios to see who you would want to meet on zoom and chat for 15-25 minutes. Appointment options are based on the individual ambassador’s availability. Ends December 10.
Save your seat at one of our Engineering Walking Tours >>HERE
Reserve your spot at one of our virtual events >>HERE
Engineering Walking Tour
Fridays, October 1 through November 19, 1-3PM EST
The engineering student ambassadors are excited to show you where they live, learn, and have formed lifetime friendships. Each walking tour will start with a panel of students with various backgrounds and majors. Then you will take an 80-minute walking tour of the engineering quad, while you hear about the undergraduate programs, student leadership opportunities, career prospects and more.
Each visiting student can bring up to 2 guests. The student will register with his/her name and add their guest names in the subsequent fields. All tour guests MUST be registered before arrival to campus. Masks must be worn if entering any Rutgers Campus building- regardless of vaccination status - so please come prepared.
School Overview & Engineering Majors Info Session
Select Tues, Wed, Thurs, Oct 13 through Nov 18, 5-6:30PM EST
Learn more about our undergraduate curricula, research centers, faculty, and undergraduate opportunities. Sessions will start with a School of Engineering overview and go over application details. Each date will feature different department pairs to give you a deeper look at our unique attributes and points of intersection. There will be plenty of time for Q&A.
Wednesday, November 3: Electrical/Computer & Industrial Systems Engineering
Thursday, November 4: Civil & Environmental Engineering
Tuesday, November 9: Biomedical & Chemical Engineering
Tuesday, November 16: Mechanical & Packaging Engineering
Thursday, November 18: Aerospace & Materials Science Engineering
School Overview & Student Panel
Monday, October 11 & Thursday, November 4, 1-2PM EST
We will be participating in the Rutgers Admissions Undergraduate Virtual Showcase on Columbus Day, Monday, October 11 and NJEA Teacher Convention Day, Thursday, November 4. We invite you to learn more about Rutgers Engineering through our School Overview and Student Panel. This session includes an overview of Rutgers School of Engineering, our application and admission process, and the student experience.
Let's Talk Engineering
Select Tues & Weds, October 27 through Nov 30, 8-9PM EST
Applying to colleges, financing your education, gaining relevant work experiences and building meaningful personal and professional relationships are critical considerations in the college search process. During these virtual networking events, expect to turn on your mics and cameras and interact with our students as you learn more about how they managed their college selection process and what it's like to be a student at Rutgers Engineering TODAY. Each week will focus on a different topic.
Wednesday, Nov. 17: Honors, Douglass Residential College, and Educational Opportunity Fund
Rutgers Engineering has unique first-year communities, such as the Honors Academy, the Reilly-Douglass Living Learning Community, and the Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program. Meet with ambassadors to learn about their experiences, and how these communities have helped them throughout their undergraduate studies!
Tuesday, Nov. 23: Financial Aid, Scholarships, and Campus jobs
Hear the different ways our engineering students finance their education. Meet with ambassadors to talk about their experiences with the Office of Financial Aid, scholarship opportunities and part-time work.
Tuesday, Nov. 30: Why Rutgers Engineering?
Before you join, acquaint yourself with the platform --> 3-minute Guest Guide
Book An Ambassador
Weekdays, November 8 through December 10, 3-8PM EST
Sign-up for a 30-minute one-on-one zoom meeting to chat with an Engineering Ambassador about anything from classes to internships, co-ops, research, clubs, organizations, and college-life in general! Simply read through the ambassador's bios and schedule here, choose who you want to meet, and register for an appointment.
Self-Guided Tour App
If you would like to visit our Engineering Quad from wherever you are, access our Self-Guided Tour. This includes an audio tour from our student ambassadors (additional photos and links included). Search for Rutgers-NB Tours from the App Store on your mobile device. Download the Rutgers New Brunswick Tours, then click on the menu bar and select Tour Options. School of Engineering will be listed. Enjoy reading, viewing and listening to our Engineering Quad Tour. More information: https://admissions.newbrunswick.rutgers.edu/self-guided-tours-0.
Prospective Student FAQs >>HERE
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