Explore the College of Engineering
Visit and Engagement Opportunities
We are excited to have you join us to learn more about Buckeye Engineering through in-person and virtual opportunities.
Please note that new dates are announced monthly. At the beginning of each month, we post new visit dates for the following month. For example, on August 1 we post new options for September. In-person visits fill quickly and are first come, first served.
Visit and engagement opportunities will not be available when the University is closed, and current students are on break.
Engage with a current engineering student ambassador and get answers to commonly asked questions while touring engineering facilities. Learn more about the strengths and benefits of Buckeye Engineering, including our pre-major program, nationally recognized First-Year Engineering program, career services and co-curricular opportunities. Please note that a university campus tour is not included.
Ohio State Engineering is where education, discovery and economic development collaborate to innovate. Home to a top-ranked engineering program, we provide an unparalleled learning environment and career preparation alongside an unforgettable student experience. With access to 14 majors, world-class faculty and facilities, and a wide array of hands-on learning and research experiences, the opportunities are endless. Learn what makes our program #1 in Ohio!
Following the Overview, Engineering Ambassadors will share their student experience while leading you on a walking tour of College of Engineering facilities. The tour includes a view of the first-year engineering classrooms and labs, student services and career services. Please note that this tour will not include a visit to all academic departments or off-campus sites. This experience does not include a general campus tour.
Join us virtually to learn more about the strengths and benefits of Buckeye Engineering, including our pre-major program, majors offered, industry experience, student involvement and more! Hear from an engineering recruitment staff member and a panel of current Buckeye Engineers as they share their experiences at Ohio State.
The Minority in Engineering program (MEP) welcomes you! Founded in 1977, MEP was created to ensure that the talents of historically underrepresented students (Black/African American, Hispanic/Latinx and Indigenous) are included in the engineering profession so that an adequate supply of engineers is available to meet the increasing demands of our community, state and nation; and to assure that all engineering students understand and appreciate diversity as prerequisites for optimum achievement in an increasingly diverse and global society.
Join the program's assistant director and current students to learn about MEP, Pre First-year Academic and Career Engagement (PREFACE); Engineering House Learning Community; and Diversity, Outreach, and Inclusion (DOI) programming. While MEP events are designed to encourage and support underrepresented minority students, they are open to all students regardless of racial or ethnic identity.
Women in Engineering (WiE) welcomes you! Established in 1979, WiE’s mission is to work as a change agent to increase the number of women pursuing engineering degrees and entering the workforce as engineering professionals. The WiE network includes innovative and exciting programming to introduce girls to engineering opportunities and to support women in reaching their full potential.
Join the program's assistant director and current students to learn about women-centered programs and initiatives, Engineering House Learning Community and programming through our Office of Diversity, Outreach, and Inclusion (DOI)! While WiE events are designed to encourage and support women, they are open to all students regardless of gender identity.
If you have remaining questions after engaging in an engineering experience, please feel free to schedule a phone appointment or quick virtual video conversation, or send us an email at email@example.com.
View one of the videos below, which highlight the strengths and opportunities of Buckeye Engineering.