Visiting Campus

One of the best ways to decide if you belong in Engineering at Illinois is to experience campus first-hand. Our goal is to make your visit as information and worthwhile as possible. In order to fit your schedule and interests, there are many options for you. Come for a few hours, a day, or even overnight! Don’t be surprised if you’re not ready to leave.

Daily Visits for Prospective & Admitted Students

The University's Office of Undergraduate Admissions offers daily programs consisting of an overview of the admissions information, financial aid, housing, and a student panel.

We then encourage you to join us for an Engineering campus tour and information session, which begins at 2:00 p.m. For the session, you'll be able to ask engineering specific questions to deans and academic advisors. Plan for about an hour for the tour and another hour for the Q & A.
 

Learn more about visiting the College of Engineering


The above link also details our special visiting options:

  • Orange and Blue Days
  • Engineering Information Bureau Days
  • Online Virtual Tour
  • Shadow an Engineer
  • Women in Engineering

Students and Parents, Interested in Visiting the NPRE Department?

Interested in touring the NPRE department while you are here?  Contact:

Becky Meline
bmeline@illinois.edu

General questions

Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering
216 Talbot Laboratory, MC-234
104 South Wright Street
Urbana, IL 61801

217/333-2295
fax: 217/333-2906

email: nuclear@illinois.edu

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