We invite you to spend a Saturday in Iowa City learning about Engineering at Iowa (or for a three-hour virtual visit). You'll be welcomed into our close-knit community, meet faculty members, interact with current engineering students, hear from alumni, tour the incredible engineering building, learn about the eight engineering majors, and discover why Iowa's engineering program is a great choice for bright, talented students who are interested in becoming engineers... and something more.
- Overview of Engineering at Iowa
- Engineering tour and information on each of the majors
- Engineering Faculty Panel
- Alumni Perspective
- Lunch (for on-campus programs)
- Breakout Sessions for Parents and Students
- “Engineering and Something More” Fair
- Optional campus walking tour at 8:15 a.m., Engineering lab tours at 3:30 p.m. (for on-campus programs)
Health and Safety Guidelines
The University of Iowa strongly encourages face masks in all classroom settings and during in-person office hours.
University policy continues to require masks in health care settings and on CAMBUS. These protocols apply to visitors as well as to faculty, staff, and students, and are in accordance with federal law and Board of Regents, State of Iowa guidelines.
Forgot your mask? No problem, you can find disposable masks and hand sanitizer in all campus buildings.
Making Travel Arrangements
These resources can help you Plan Your Trip to Iowa City.
If You Need Special Assistance
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa-sponsored events. If you or any of your guests are a person with a disability who requires special assistance during a campus visit, contact the Admission Visitors Center at 319-335-1566 (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss accommodations.