Visit the College of Engineering
Whether you are a prospective student looking at engineering programs, an alumnus wanting to reconnect, or an engineer interested in our research, you are welcome to explore our website.
Please visit the campus:
Find information regarding College of Engineering campus tours here.
Student-guided tours of the College of Engineering are available on Fridays from 1pm to 2pm. To arrange a visit, e-mail email@example.com with the following information: name, e-mail address, home phone number, mobile phone number, major of interest, potential visit date(s). Please feel free to make requests for meetings or other appointments and we'll do our best to accommodate your needs.
If you are interested in learning more about a specific department or program (find links here), you may wish to contact that department or program directly to request a visit. We also offer visit programs:
- University Day for future students are scheduled on Saturdays. Tours of the College of Engineering and its departments are available on University Day.
- Engineers' Week, a national event held at most colleges and schools of engineering, offers great opportunities to view undergraduate student work across the disciplines. Please contact Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, Mr. Leotis Parrish, to learn of the next scheduled Engineers Week at North Carolina A&T.
If you are interested in our undergraduate programs, but are uncertain which area of engineering you would like to pursue, please request a visit to the College by calling the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs at (336) 285-2640, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
We welcome alumni every day, not just for Homecoming and other scheduled events. We see our alums in the hallways on their way to recruit the next generation of engineers at our career fair, to make presentations to classes, and to meet with their former faculty members. If you want to reconnect with the college with a visit to campus, contact email@example.com.
We regularly host engineers and community members that are interested in the exciting work happening in the college or in one of our many research centers. Please contact the specific department or research center of interest to arrange a visit.
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Find Your Way
These two maps will be of help:
Here are directions to campus from nearby highways.