Join other new students – plus Wilbur, Wilma and the pep band – from 6 to 9 p.m. outside on the UA Mall for your official welcome to the Wildcat family.
Fall Career Days
Network at the biggest UA career fair of the year Tuesday Sept. 29 and Wednesday Sept. 30 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Student Union Memorial Ballroom.
At the UA College of Engineering, voices are diverse, teaching is tied to the real world, and students graduate ready to join a global workforce. Come study engineering at one of the top-ranked research universities in the nation, at a cost well below most others. Roll up your sleeves and get down to work with renowned faculty and industry experts tackling some of the world’s most pressing problems. Discover your passion in one of 14 UA Engineering degree programs. And remember, we will be there for you every step of the way.
“The best part of my experience has been my interactions with the faculty. I am so inspired by the level of passion that my professors bring to the classroom.”Leah Kaplan, honors student
“I was working with senior engineers and professional geologists with 30 years of experience. I landed what I considered the perfect internship. Every hour of my work was put to use to benefit a project.”Peter Mather, Stantec Consulting Services intern
“The UA has delivered on the ‘Big School’ experience with its many sporting events, while also maintaining a close-knit community in the College of Engineering. There are so many people here truly committed to my success.”Victoria Lantzy, freshman
“The class was fascinating because we were not just writing computer code. We went from the initial design all the way through the different processes and analytics of software engineering to the finished product.”Justin Offett, recent ECE graduate now at Lockheed Martin
Research and education go hand in hand at the UA College of Engineering, which has a 15-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio. We support more than 200 graduate research assistants and have hundreds of engineering undergraduates in our laboratories. Joining with researchers across campus, at other universities and throughout the world, faculty and students are working on more than 100 highly complex projects that require a wide array of skills and talent.
water reuse, solar power, biofuels and intelligent traffic systems
disease diagnostics, implants and wearable medical devices
bomb detection, cybersecurity and wireless communication
mining logistics, materials failure prediction and sustainable semiconductor manufacturing