Now is a great time to experience all that the University of Kentucky College of Engineering has waiting for you. Begin charting your engineering journey by selecting from the exciting visit opportunities below.

Engineering Grand Tour

Engineering Grand Tours are held September through May each year. These group tours allow families to learn about our engineering program, scholarships, co-ops and internships, housing, and hear directly from engineering professors and students. You’ll visit state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories as well as the new engineering residence hall. Register

Engineering Information Session

Engineering Information Sessions are one-hour meetings with a UK Engineering Recruiter to learn about our engineering program, scholarships, co-ops and internships, housing, and more. Tours of research laboratories and the new engineering residence hall are available upon request. Register

Pathway to Engineering Transfer Session

This session is designed specifically for prospective transfer students. Prospective freshmen should choose an Engineering Grand Tour instead.

During the Pathway to Engineering Transfer Session you’ll meet with an engineering recruiter to discuss admission requirements, co-ops and internships, scholarships, and more. You’ll also tour the engineering facilities.Register

The engineering session does NOT include a campus tour, so we encourage you to register for an information session and campus tour at the UK Visitor Center. You may register by calling (859) 257-3595 or by clicking here.

UK Campus Tour

In addition to coming to campus for an engineering visit, we encourage seeing the rest of our beautiful campus as well. The UK Visitor Center offers general information sessions and campus tours Monday through Friday (and select Saturdays) all year long. It includes a 30-minute information session and 90-minute walking tour of campus. Register

Engineering Girls Day

Hosted by the College of Engineering and the Society of Women Engineers, Engineering Girls Day is designed for high school junior and senior female students who are interested in engineering at UK. This fall, Engineering Girls’ Day will take place on Friday, October 13 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm on UK’s campus. Attendees will learn about our engineering majors, scholarships, co-ops & internships, student organizations, and more. You will interact with current female engineering students and female engineering professors! There will be an informational fair where you can get all your UK Engineering questions answered, from academic advising to living on campus. An optional tour of a room in the Engineering Residential College (located in Woodland Glen III) will also be available.

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See a glimpse of all the University of Kentucky College of Engineering has to offer you! Included is information about our brand new First-Year Engineering Program, engineering majors, Living Learning Program, scholarships, career services, and more. Come visit the College of Engineering to see and learn more. Text (502) 309-4004 or email to schedule.

Engineered 4 Success Summer Diversity Workshop

The University of Kentucky’s ENGINEERED 4 SUCCESS Summer Diversity Workshop is designed to, specifically, engage high school underrepresented diversitystudents in high school must be rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Participants will be exposed to engineering and the blueprint on how to obtain a career within the engineering field. They will be exposed to students and faculty within the field to gain insight on their experiences and to decrease learning curves associated with pursuing this type of career.

Women in Engineering Summer Workshops

University of Kentucky’s Women in Engineering Summer Workshop Series (June) is for high school women (rising sophomore, juniors and seniors and recent high school graduates) who are considering engineering as a possible major and career. Participants in the workshops will explore the world of engineering with UK faculty members and students through hands-on experiments in a collegiate environment. The goal of the WIE Summer Workshop Series is to provide young women with knowledge and support for their decision to pursue engineering as a course of study in college.

Workshops are available in each of our 9 disciplines:

  • Biosystems Engineering
  • Chemical & Materials Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mining Engineering


Engineers Day, or E-Day, is a celebration of everything engineering has to offer. From building bridges to discovering new medications to writing the software that powers our cell phones, engineers and computer scientists do the things that make our 21st-century world work.

Next year’s E-Day celebration at the University of Kentucky in Lexington is on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. EST and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. CST in Paducah. E-Day comes at the end of Engineers Week, an annual event sponsored by a coalition of more than 100 professional societies, major corporations and government agencies dedicated to promoting math and science literacy and ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce.

E-Day is a “come and go” type event. Most activities do not a have start time, although a few contests (Egg Drop come to mind) will have a definitive time for judging. Most people find that they can’t make it around to every exhibit and contest because we have so many, so it is advisable to get here close to 9 am.

Engineered 4 Success Diversity Workshop

In conjunction with E-Day, Engineered 4 Success allows underrepresented students the opportunity to hear from a diverse panel of engineering students, faculty, and industry professionals. Demonstrations and presentations from current students and organizations, such as the National Society of Black Engineers, will also be featured. There will be a wealth of information provided for parents and students about the process of preparing for a career in engineering. Lunch will be provided. All ages welcome!