Engineering PREVIEW

April 10 - April 11, 2022 - Apply Here

Engineering Preview was launched in 1975 to encourage students who have received offers of admissions to choose Purdue. Preview gives participants an opportunity to meet and hear from current engineering students, faculty, and staff about their experiences and have their questions answered regarding life at Purdue.

Individuals of all races, genders, and backgrounds are welcome.

Frequently Asked Questions
February 27 - February 28, 2022
April 10 - April 11, 2022
  • Format: In-person
Personal belongings for an overnight stay, coat, jacket, umbrella, cash and coins for arcade during bowling and billiards, Purdue swag, souvenirs, and incidentals. There is no set amount of cash to bring as each student's spending habits vary. MEP is not responsible for lost or stolen items, cash, coins or personal belongings.
PREVIEW is offered at no cost to the participants. Lodging, accommodations, activities, and scheduled meals are included for the admitted student. Student participants are responsible for their travel to and from the Purdue main campus. For Guests (parents/guardians), MEP will also provide scheduled meals and activities, however lodging will not be covered for parents/guardians. 
The Minority Engineering Program covers the cost of housing for the admitted student who will lodge with a peer in a two-student room (separated by gender). Students are encouraged to stay overnight with their peers but may choose to stay with their parents. The Minority Engineering Program is not responsible for hotel/housing arrangements outside the PREVIEW program.

If you cannot attend PREVIEW but are interested in attending Purdue University to study engineering, please contact us to schedule a family visit or zoom meeting to answer any questions you may have.

The agenda includes campus tours, engineering lab tours, engaging meals with faculty and students, engineering projects, exposure to the engineering curriculum and social activities, and the opportunity to attend the Admissions' program, "Purdue's for Me." Additionally, participants will learn about various on campus resources available to students.
Yes, we have carved out time for parents to attend a college affordability session. 
Purdue University strives to be an inclusive and accessible University. If you anticipate experiencing disability related barriers while on campus, please contact Mary Kenner, Operations and Finance Coordinator by Email at mkenner@purdue.edu
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