The College of Engineering’s virtual take on E-Day, an open house for prospective students.

After many years of hosting our in-person E-Day, we had to reevaluate for the 2021-2022 school year due to COVID-19. We are so excited to offer students E-Week, our virtual take on E-Day. E-Week will be held the Week of March 28th. During E-Week week, students will have the opportunity join a variety of live sessions to hear from our various engineering departments, student teams and social groups, as well as from a few special guests. Each session is no longer than 45 minutes and will include a Q&A period before its conclusion. Students can register here for the week’s events.

For more information, contact the Engineering Welcome Center at welcome@eng.ua.edu.

During E-Week we welcome the chance for potential students to meet our top-tier students and faculty and learn about engineering news being made here on campus. We will also cover the many branches of engineering being offered here at the University. UA is making great strides in all engineering disciplines and creating opportunities for students in fields like water science, transportation, motorsports, advanced manufacturing, satellite design, astrobiotics, and cyber security.

All of the presentations will occur in the evenings between 6:00 and 8:00 PM CST so interested viewers can attend individual sessions after school hours, and none of the presentations will overlap. The schedule is as follows:


Dean’s Welcome

Chemical Engineering

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering

International Programs

National Society of Black Engineers

Bama Racing

American Concrete Institute

Young Water Professionals


Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics

Computer Science

Engineering Career Development Center

Alabama Astrobiotics

UA Space

Alabama Rocketry Association

UA Association for Computing Machinery


Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Engineering Student Services

Formula SAE

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Student Chapter


Mechanical Engineering

Multicultural Engineering Program

Honors College

Student Introduction to Engineering (SITE)

Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers

Theta Tau


We hope you can join us!

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