The College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) Office of Undergraduate Student Enrollment supports UC's Office of Admission by providing several prospective student events each year for high school students.
The events vary in format, from Open House sessions to showcase our college opportunities and current students, to math and science competitions, to an Engineering Summer Camp experience.
Below are some of the events which occur annually and are hosted by the CEAS Office of Undergraduate Student Enrollment.
If you would like to inquire further about the programming, please e-mail email@example.com or call 513-556-5417.
Day camps are open to high school students and are one week in length (Mon.-Fri.) and held in July each year.
Students learn about the various engineering disciplines by visiting labs and participating in hands-on activities and department presentations led by our current faculty. Three corporate visits are planned including site tours and presentations from current engineers. Students also compete in several team competitions throughout the week.
The College of Engineering and Applied Science gives each student a $250 scholarship to offset the cost of the camp.
Women and Minorities in Engineering and Technology Day
This one-day event showcases to underrepresented populations within engineering and applied sciences the benefits of a technical career path.
Students will learn the perks of co-op, have the opportunity to talk to current engineering students & professors, tour engineering laboratories and facilities, and meet other high school students interested in the fields.
Held in March, this event is open to high school students. There are 100 testing sites across the U.S., hosting approximately 14,000 students.
UC College of Engineering and Applied Science has sponsored this competition for several years and is always one of the largest testing sites in the nation. Students compete in teams on a two-part science and math exam. The College of Engineering and Applied Science awards the highest scoring varsity teams in each enrollment category a partial tuition scholarship which the team’s coach may choose to distribute to any participating team member who has applied and been accepted into UC CEAS.
There are also several events held outside of the CEAS Undergraduate Student Enrollment Office. Please see the descriptions below for the proper contact for inquiries.
Emerging Ethic Engineers (E3) Summer Events
Family Science Academy (June-July) Open to 4th-7th grade students from Greater Cincinnati, this six-week program aims to increase science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) awareness among students in the area. Parents also attend sessions to learn how to encourage students to enter these fields.
Summer Institute (June-July) A five-week college preparatory program open to 8th -12th grade students comprised of math and science education, engineering activities and research.
Summer Bridge Program (June-August) A seven-week residential program open to students admitted to CEAS allowing them to come to campus early, form a learning community, take entry level math and science courses and prepare themselves for the school year.
Check www.E3.uc.edu specific event details and contact information.
Engineer for a Day
Open to minority students in middle and high school, this event is held in the spring by the University of Cincinnati’s chapter of National Society of Black Engineers.
Middle school students have a variety of fast-paced hands-on activities presented by corporate guests.
High school students receive a 'pep talk' on ACT/SAT test preparation, the scholarship search process, and various engineering topics from corporate guests.
This corporate sponsored event is held in the winter each year and is open to 7th and 8th grade students. MathCounts promotes math, making it challenging, exciting and a prestigious school activity.
MathCounts is one of the largest and most successful education programs in the country. The College of Engineering and Applied Science awards two Engineering Camp Scholarships (worth $250 each) to the winners.