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Tour Information and FAQ

The Engineering Building Tours hosted by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering are personal, guided tours of the beautiful new Engineering Building. These tours will include interactive stops with fun, student made videos, explaining some of the exciting research, projects, and other opportunities under the ECEn umbrella. An overview of the building is followed by a more focused look at the Electrical and Computer Engineering department, all led by student tour guides. Have questions about the tours? Check out our FAQ below. Have questions about the department? Come on down to the Engineering Building, and let us tell you all about it.

Where do I go to take a tour?
450 EB is the department office for Electrical and Computer Engineering. If you enter the main doors please go up to the 4th floor by stairs or elevator and you will find us in the atrium. Just let the front desk secretaries know that you're interested in taking a tour.

Do tours cost money?
No, free for all!

Will the tours be fun?
Yes, if you think laser tag is fun!

Do I have to wear a mask?
Yes, masks are required in all campus buildings.

Can I bring a friend with me?
Of course! The more the merrier. And if you’re here with your family before the start of the school year, bring them too!

When can I take a tour?
Our tours will be available starting August 17th, and run all the way through September, with our final tours taking place on October 1st. Hours will be 8-5, Monday-Friday.

How long are the tours?
Tours range between thirty minutes to an hour.

Is it just for Engineering students?
No! It’s a beautiful building, and the research projects are fun and interesting to learn about, no matter what you plan to study.