Plan Your College of Engineering Enhanced Visit
Sign up online through the Admissions Office to attend a College of Engineering Enhanced Visit each Friday. There are two groups, one group will start at 10:00am and the second begins at 11:30am.
Academic Tour for the following majors of College of Engineering:
- Biomedical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Engineering Physics
- Mechanical Engineering
- Construction Management Technology
- Electrical Engineering Technology
- Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Survey Engineering Technology
UMaine engineering students and faculty will help answer any questions you might have about the UMaine College of Engineering.
Please be sure to register any guests that will be accompanying you. If you need to cancel or change a visit, please call or email 207.581.1524 or email@example.com. Registration closes ONE WEEK before tour date.
Past Live Tours
Electrical and Computer Engineering Virtual Tour
Join us on an exciting tour of our Electrical and Computer Engineering department.
Full College Tour
Please note: These videos were shot before the pandemic and thus do not display proper safety precautions.
Advanced Structures and Composite Center
Join Dean Dana Humphrey as He takes you on a tour of the Advanced Structures and Composite Center.
Ferland Engineering Education and Design Center Job Site Tour
Join us on a tour of the construction site for this amazing building. The tour is led by members of the construction management team who are also College of ENgineering Alumni.
UMaine Mechanical Engineering Live Tour
Join us for a live tour of our Mechanical Engineering department. Hear from faculty and students as they show projects and share experiences from the College of Engineering.
Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Live Tour
Join us for a tour of the Chemical and Biomedical Engineering department. See our scale paper making facility, student led projects and industry defining research.
The tours will start from Hill Auditorium, which is located inside the Engineering Science and Research Building. Please see the map below for directions.