The application to the university is now open! To set up your my illini account and submit you application visit Admissions at Illinois. The deadline for all early action applications is November 1st, and all other applications are due December 1st. For all application related questions, please contact admissions by sending an email to email@example.com. For any engineering specific questions, feel free to contact our office by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
University Visit Options
The University hosts multiple types of programs designed to get you acquainted with our campus. These visit days may include presentations, interactive student panels, campus tours, and residence hall tours. You may even be able to attend a lecture!
Orange & Blue Days: In the spring and fall, the University hosts Orange and Blue Days—larger, day-long programs for prospective students and their families. In the fall, Orange and Blue Days are also available for prospective transfer students. If you choose to visit on and Orange and Blue Day, you will also be invited to a WIE afternoon reception where current women engineering students will be available for questions and discussion.
Admitted Student Days: During February, March, and April, these day-long programs are designed to help you get to know your future home firsthand. If you choose to visit on an Admitted Student Day, you are invited to a WIE luncheon where you will be an upperclassman in your major. Following the luncheon will be a brief student panel where our women engineering students will share their passion for Engineering at Illinois. Register for the WIE luncheon here.
Daily Visits for Admitted and Prospective Students: The University offers daily programs, consisting of admissions information, financial aid, housing, etc. Before the Engineering campus tour and information session, register for a Women in Engineering Meet and Greet (1-2 pm) to talk with current women engineering students.http://go.engineering.illinois.edu/2018SPWIEMeetandgreet
Engineering Information Bureau Days: Our student-run Engineering Council offers various visit options for prospective students. Please visit the EIB website for more information about campus visits and the Shadow an Engineer Program.
Registered Student Organization Visit Options
Alpha Omega Epsilon Profession and Social Engineering Sorority
All AbΩut Engineering: Admitted women students are invited to a weekend at Illinois. You will get to know campus, listen to lectures, become acquainted with your department, and have fun! Learn More
Society of Women in Engineering (SWE)
Little Sisters Weekend: Admitted women students in Engineering are invited to an annual overnight vising program. Get paired with a “Big Sister,” attend a college class, tour campus, and so much more! Learn More
Round Robin: The event allows 6th-12th grade girls to learn more about engineering and interact with current students. Round Robin will have activities specifically focused on individual engineering majors as well as projects to demonstrate the interaction between different engineering disciplines. Learn More
Student Introduction to Engineering (SITE)
SITE: This 3 day fun and interactive program is offered to high school seniors who possess a genuine interest in the College of Engineering at the University of Illinois. Learn More
Women in CS (WCS)
ChicTech: The Annual ChicTech Retreat is part of WCS’s outreach effort to inspire girls to pursue an education in computer science! This retreat invites nearly seventy-five high school girls to stay overnight on campus and get a taste of the different opportunities in computer science. Over the course of the retreat, each participant will work on an individual project that she can showcase at the closing ceremony. The girls will also get to participate in fun activities such as a campus scavenger hunt, computer science trivia, and Q&A with current undergraduate students. To find out more, click here.
Girls Who Code: This is a club that allows middle school and high school girls to explore coding in a fun and friendly environment. The goal is to inspire, educate, and equip girls with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities. The CS @ ILLINOIS Girls Who Code club meets on Sunday afternoons during the school year in 0224 Siebel Center from 1:00pm-3:00pm. You can email questions to email@example.com
Online Virtual Tour
Can’t visit campus? Tour the Engineering Campus with Valeria, an Engineering Tour Guide.