Women in Engineering Summer Residential Program– If you have ever wondered about engineering as a career, enjoy figuring our how things work or think you may be interested in engineering then this summer program is for you. Participants will be exposed to the disciplines in Engineering, and Michigan State University. The program concludes with a closing ceremony involving students, their parents, and staff. The program is open to students who are going into the 11th or 12th grade. This is a Residential program, so living on campus is required. For additional information and application, please click here.
WOW That's Engineering if you are a middle school student and want to explore engineering, join us for this one day event in the Fall. The day will include hands on engineering activities, panels, great information, and cool things to take home. Come meet other women interested in engineering, current college students studying engineering, practicing engineers and engineering faculty. This year's event is sponsored by The Society of Women Engineers and will be held on November 14, 2015. However, the program is full for this year and registration is closed.
Visit MSU and the College of Engineering– This is your opportunity to discover all we have to offer! Hear a brief presentation, and see design project labs, machine shop, computer labs, the engineering library and other service centers. The tour gives you the chance to talk to a couple of current MSU engineering students and find out first hand why they chose Michigan State and what it takes to be a successful engineering student. Visiting campus is especially important for 11th and 12th grade students considering MSU for their college choice. To sign up for the College Tour please click here or to visit MSU please click here.
Email Buddies - Once you are admitted to MSU, if you have declared an engineering major, we will match you with a current women engineering student. Your email buddy will be your link to MSU and the College of Engineering. You can ask questions, get information, and make a connection.