Engineering and Physical Sciences Academic Visit Options

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Visit us at the College of Engineering & Physical Sciences.

These sessions are for students interested in mathematics, computing, engineering, physical sciences, and other related fields. Computer science information sessions, InterOperability Lab tours, mechanical engineering and general facility tours are also available. View a complete list of majors. Join us for four opportunities to learn more:

 

All attendees are encouraged to sign up for a campus tour, conveniently offered directly before and/or after the academic info sessions.

Undergraduate Admissions Office
Smith Hall, 3 Garrison Avenue, Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-1360

Academic Information Sessions

A 45-minute presentation facilitated by an admissions counselor, providing a general overview about the majors, departments, faculty and student experiences within the college. Sessions take place at the admissions office in Smith Hall.

Dates and times to be announced


Facility tours

A one-hour student-led tour through Kingsbury Hall and its state-of-the-art facilities that will highlight the hands-on experiential learning and research opportunities within the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. Guests will meet at Kingsbury Hall, located at 33 Academic Way, on the 1st floor by north entrance of Albert's Cafe.


Computer Science Information Sessions and InterOperability Lab Tours

Join us for a computer science information session and InterOperability Lab tour. Tours begin at 4 p.m. at the admissions office in Smith Hall and last for two hours. Registration is required and space is limited.


Mechanical Engineering Facility Tours

Join us for a tour of our state-of-the-art mechanical engineering facility. Tours begin at 11:15 a.m. at the admissions office in Smith Hall, and last for one hour. Registration is required and space is limited.

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