Fresno State’s Lyles College of Engineering will host an open house for high school and community college students and their families, teachers and counselors from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15 and 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, Nov. 16, in the Engineering East building.
Attendees will learn about Fresno State’s nationally accredited bachelor’s degree programs in civil engineering, computer engineering, construction management, electrical engineering, geomatics engineering and mechanical engineering.
There will be information on the Lyles College of Engineering’s Honors Program, scholarships, industry internships, the university admission process and Pathways — the college’s comprehensive student services program.
Visitors can interact with students and faculty working on an unmanned aerial vehicle laser tracking system, embedded systems, racecars, energy, structures and more. There will be hands-on exhibits, laboratory tours, workshops and campus tours.
Engineering students, faculty, staff and professionals from industry will be available to answer questions throughout the event.
Engineering East is on San Ramon Avenue at Jackson Drive. Access is south from Barstow Avenue. Parking is available in Lot Q (Saturday only) on the north side of Barstow and Jackson.
For more information, contact Hernan Maldonado at 559.278.5408.