Visit the Fulton Schools
Experience the Fulton Difference
The best way to find out if the Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering is a good fit for you is with a visit to our state-of-the-science facilities at our Tempe and Polytechnic campuses. We offer student and family tours for high school and community college students, as well as campus events for prospective students and community members.
For more information call 480-965-2272 or email FultonSchools@asu.edu
We offer tours and information sessions several times a week during the semester at both our Tempe and Polytechnic campuses. Our information session and tour are the best way to get the inside scoop on why students choose to study here. You will learn about the faculty, programs, activities, courses, and we can answer all of your questions about the Fulton Schools of Engineering.
Group visits are available for high school teachers, counselors or community leaders to bring prospective students who are in 9th-12th grade to experience the Fulton Schools of Engineering. Students will learn more about the college admissions process and allow students to see the ASU campus.
Group visits consist of an information session led by an admissions representative followed by a walking tour of campus led by one of the Fulton Ambassadors. Groups also have the option to eat lunch on campus at the conclusion of the visit.
The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University have facilities that include world-class labs, collaborative classroom and administrative space and state-of-the-art technology infrastructure designed to foster interdisciplinary education and collaborative research.
High School Events
Inside Engineering Career Pathways Workshop
During this free workshop hosted by the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy, students will have the opportunity to explore engineering careers through hands-on STEM activities and tours of our various facilities with faculty and current students. These events will take place throughout the year, at both our Tempe and Polytechnic campuses.
High School Visits
Our High School Visit program offers High School teachers the opportunity to have current Fulton Schools students visit their classroom to talk about the Fulton Schools of Engineering, what engineering is, and to share their ASU engineering experience.
During this summer program, students entering into their senior year of high school can receive an exciting introduction to the faculty, students and innovative degree programs offered at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Learn more about academic expectations and university life, and start to think about how you might take advantage of the many opportunities available to our Fulton Schools students. Space is limited.
Sun Devil Days
These free conference-style events are designed to allow you to explore the opportunities at ASU and get all your questions answered about ASU’s academic programs, involvement opportunities, housing and more. Create your customized schedule from a variety of workshops and activities: hear about the ASU experience from current students, learn about financing your education, find out what to do after you’re admitted, or see the benefits of living in a residential community. Take part in a campus tour to see classrooms, residence halls and state-of-the-art labs.
The Shadow Days program at the Fulton Schools provides an opportunity for current high school juniors and seniors to experience what it is like to be a Fulton Schools student at Arizona State University.
High School Field Trip Days
Wondering what a typical day looks like for a Fulton Schools engineering student? Curious to learn more about the engineering design process, what campus looks like, and how faculty teach classes? Then sign up for A Day in the Life Of…Field Trip Days! During this free event, students will have the opportunity to explore engineering through hands-on STEM activities and tours of our various facilities. These events will take place throughout the year, at both our Tempe and Polytechnic campuses.
Transfer Student Events
Community College STEM Program and Club Visit
Discover the different engineering degree programs offered on the Tempe and Polytechnic Campuses, the multitude of opportunities we offer to customize your experience, and the support programs available to our students. The FURI Symposium is an open house-style poster display of all the research supported by the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative, students funded through the Undergraduate Research Travel Grant program and other undergraduate students conducting research with an engineering faculty member.
Enjoy a walking tour of Fulton Schools of Engineering facilities and support services with our Fulton Schools student campus visit team. The tour will also include a visit to the National Science Foundation (NSF) supported METS (Motivated Engineering Transfer Student) Center – a space dedicated to transfer student Academic Success and Professional Development. Fulton Schools of Engineering advising staff discuss the application process, admission requirements, academic advising and first-time enrollment process at ASU.
Women in Engineering Dinner
An annual dinner to celebrate women in engineering. This event is an opportunity to connect with current Fulton Schools students, faculty members, alumni and staff to discuss the importance of women in engineering and the way the Fulton Schools of Engineers supports our female students.
Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative: The Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI, pronounced like “fury”) is designed to enhance your engineering and technical undergraduate curriculum by providing hands-on lab experience, independent and thesis-based research, and the opportunity to travel to professional conferences.
Many FURI participants have gone on to apply their unique experiences to work in industries, as well as graduate studies in engineering, medicine, law, and other disciplines.
Students in FURI develop an idea under the mentorship of a Fulton Engineering faculty member, then apply for funding. Once accepted, they perform research, attend workshops, prepare research summaries, and participate in the research symposium.
Want to see the next big things in technology and innovation? Join us for Innovation Showcase, a massive exhibit of student-produced projects that demonstrate how ASU students solve real-world problems with innovative and imaginative solutions. Collaborating with industry partners in the greater metropolitan area and the world over, students work on creating solutions to meet tangible industry and societal needs. Innovation Showcase enables creators to produce, refine and develop new inventions, new methodologies, new creations and new ideas.