We are excited to meet with prospective undergraduate students and their families via virtual programs. Sessions run for one hour. These sessions will be conducted via Zoom. Prospective students should register online by clicking the direct links below. Upon submitting your registration, you will receive an email with the link to join the session. We encourage you to enable your audio and video to engage with us during the session and ask questions.
This menu is organized by session type. There are five types: Info Sessions, Meet and Greets, Academic Sessions, Sample Classes, and Special Events.
Info sessions involve a presentation outlining academic, extracurricular, study abroad, research, and career opportunities and Q&A with admissions staff and current students. These sessions address all Engineering and Computer Science (ECS) majors.
Engineering & Computer Science Overview Info Session, most Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m. Eastern
Meet and Greets
Meet and Greets provide an opportunity for prospective students to chat informally with current Syracuse Engineering and Computer Science students to learn about their experiences and ask questions.
There are no Meet and Greets scheduled at this time.
Academic Sessions feature a presentation led by Engineering and Computer Science professors and admissions staff and include Q&A panels of current students.
Academic Sessions will return in Spring 2022.
Sample Classes feature a class led by a Syracuse Engineering or Computer Science professor to give you a sample of what a class would be like at SU. Click the link to watch the recording. The access code is Syracuse44! (case sensitive) for each class.
There are no special events scheduled at this time.
Zoom Video Chat
We encourage you to make an appointment to meet directly with Jonathan Hoster of our Engineering and Computer Science (ECS) Admissions team for a Zoom video chat via this link. This will be an informal meeting for you (and your family) to chat with Jonathan about your interests and questions and the ECS opportunities at Syracuse.