Each year during National Engineer's Week, the School of Engineering hosts an Awards Banquet to celebrate the academic excellence, service and leadership of its most outstanding students, faculty and alumni. The evening features a prominent keynote speaker, fine dining and excellent company.
Come and discover engineering at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville! A lively, daylong event sponsored by the student chapter of SWE provides high school girls the opportunity to interact with current SIUE students, professors, faculty and professional engineers, explore the SIUE campus, learn about the variety of engineering disciplines offered, and receive information from Admissions, University Housing, Financial Aid and Study Abroad programs.
Honor's Day is a special event in April for the School of Engineering as we recognize our scholarship award winners and Dean's List students. Family and friends as well as School of Engineering faculty and administration are in attendance and scholarship winners have the distinct opportunity to meet the donors of their awards.
The School of Engineering Open House is an excellent opportunity for prospective students and their parents to learn more about the School, its programs and facilities. Guests can participate in laboratory demonstrations and information sessions; speak to advisors, current students and faculty; and attend building and campus tours. Representatives from local engineering, computer science and construction companies are on hand to answer questions about employment opportunities as well. Scholarship drawings take place at the end of the day.
Each year, on both Columbus Day and Veterans Day, SIUE provides prospective students and their parents with the opportunity to tour campus and visit programs of interest. The School of Engineering will hold specialized information sessions and have representatives in attendance to answer questions. Students and parents can speak with advisors, current students and School of Engineering faculty about our programs and facilities.
The School of Engineering invites area high school freshmen, sophomores and juniors to participate in the Summer Residential Program. The program will introduce various engineering disciplines, computer science and construction management to bright young students through a set of activities that are fun, challenging and thought-provoking. Students will have the opportunity to learn about the impact of engineering on our daily lives through participation in hands-on laboratory experiments, design contests, and field trips. Students will also experience their first taste of residential college life while staying in a campus residence hall and using a meal program. Two sessions are offered to accommodate difficult summer scheduling.