College Tours & Information Sessions
College of Business & Economics Preview
The College of Business and Economics Preview provides an overview of the opportunities available for students interested in pursuing any of the majors in the College of Business & Economics (CBE). Members of the CBE community, including faculty, present the benefits of a four-year integrated approach that combines a strong business core with a variety of options for specialization. This college-specific information session is open to all visitors. Please plan to arrive at the Office of Admissions in the Alumni Memorial Building at least 15 minutes prior to the preview’s scheduled 1:00 pm start time.
Advance registration is not taken for these events; please see below for dates and times.
- Friday, July 20: 1:00pm-2:00pm
- Friday, July 27: 1:00pm-2:00pm
- Friday, August 3: 1:00pm-2:00pm
Engineering Preview and Specialty Tours
On most Mondays and Fridays throughout the semester, Lehigh's P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science offers preview sessions that provide an overview of Lehigh's engineering disciplines and hands-on approach to education, highlighting some of the research and educational opportunities available to students of Lehigh Engineering. These preview sessions are open to all visitors; please arrive at the Admissions Office in the Alumni Memorial Building 15 minutes prior to the tour's scheduled start time. Advance registration is not taken for these events.
On select dates, the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science offers specialty tours. Advance registration is not taken for these events; please see below for descriptions.
Bits, Bytes, Volts, and More: Computing, Electronics and Systems
Our world is changing at an accelerated rate due to introduction of digital technology. Have you ever wondered what goes into the design of new electronic gadgets, the software that drives them, and the massive infrastructure that supports them? On this session we will look at Lehigh's extensive work in the fields of electronics, computing and systems engineering. If you're interested in diving head first into the information age, come see what we have to offer.
The Large to Small of Engineering
Engineering comes in all shapes and sizes – literally. Engineering innovation occurs at scales ranging from the atomic level to the mega-structural level. You will learn about the fundamental building blocks of microscopic engineering – and then see how engineers envision, design, test, and deploy large structures. You will also learn about mechanical devices that operate on scales in between. Spanning 12 orders of magnitude, the session provides a glimpse of nano-engineering as well as our facilities for testing bridges and large building systems. If you are interested in engineering the very large or the very small – or anywhere in between – this tour is for you.
Engineering Your Health and Fueling your Life
While bioengineering is a blossoming field combining the fundamentals of engineering with the science of biology, Lehigh’s chemical engineering program has a 100+ year tradition of innovation in energy and process design. In this session we will discuss our state-of-the-art bioengineering and chemical engineering facilities located on Lehigh’s picturesque Mountain Top campus, highlighted by research labs as well as some of the current cutting-edge research being performed at Lehigh.
Integrated Degree In Engineering, Arts and Sciences (IDEAS) Information Session
This information session is specifically about Lehigh's Integrated Degree in Engineering, Arts, and Sciences (IDEAS) program, a unique opportunity to combine multiple programs of study in Lehigh's College of Arts and Sciences and the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. Sessions are offered on select days throughout the year. Advance registration is not taken for these events.
Integrated Business & Engineering (IBE) Information Session
Integrated Business and Engineering (IBE) is a highly selective, four-year interdisciplinary honors program that develops competencies in both engineering and business. This program recognizes the need for today’s leaders in business and industry to have a sound foundation in both commerce and technology. IBE prepares students to assume leadership roles in industrial research and development, entrepreneurial initiatives, management consulting, high-tech ventures, and innovative technology. Information sessions on Lehigh's IBE honors program take place on select Mondays and Fridays throughout the year. Advance registration is not taken for these events.
Computer Science & Business (CSB) Information Session
These information sessions specific to the Computer Science and Business (CSB) program inform visitors about Lehigh’s four-year integration of the study of computer science and the study of business in a single program. CSB prepares students not only for careers in software or business, but also for unique cross-cutting opportunities that require expertise in both computing and in business, including forensic accounting, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, and risk management. Information sessions on Lehigh's CSB program take place on select days throughout the year.
Advance registration is not taken for these events.