Eastern Michigan University College of Engineering and Technology
The College of Engineering and Technology (CET) at EMU offers a research-informed education, a welcoming and collaborative environment, and a myriad of programs focused on practical application of scientific knowledge.
The CET was established in 1980 and while the college is housed primarily in Sill and Roosevelt Halls, courses are taught in many other buildings on the Eastern Michigan University campus and at several off campus sites. The College consists of 1,750 undergraduate and more than 200 graduate students (Fall 2020), as well as over 50 tenure track faculty in four schools and the Military Science department.
CONTACT: Bia Hamed, Director, Office of K-12 STEM Outreach, firstname.lastname@example.org
Session:11:00AM | TUESDAY, OCT. 27th, 2020
A live presentation from the EMU Admissions team with information about admissions, financial aid, housing, residence and campus life, and opportunities to learn more about EMU. Named a “Best in the Midwest” university by The Princeton Review for 18 consecutive years and home to over 18,000 students, Eastern Michigan University is focused on providing you with the tools and resources you need to find your success at any level. At EMU, you will find the resources of a large research university—including world-class academic facilities, over $13 million in annual research funding, and Division 1 athletics—while also benefiting from student-centered faculty, one-on-one mentoring, and a supportive community of teachers and scholars.