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Thank you for your interest in Cornell Engineering and our high school senior visitation programs.  Our traditional fall programs are currently being evaluated and program details are not yet accessible. If you are interested in being notified of possible upcoming events/programs, please fill out the survey (using the link below) and we will notify you as details become available.  To access the survey, please click HERE.


Registration for the Spring 2016 Engineering Diversity Hosting Weekend Program (EDHW) for admitted students will open mid-March 2016


We know that the opportunity to visit campus is an important factor in identifying whether Cornell is what you are looking for in a college experience. The Engineering Diversity Hosting Weekend (EDHW) Programs are great opportunities for you to come see what Cornell Engineering and the university as a whole have to offer!

Both programs will provide you with an insider's view into life as a Cornell Engineer. During EDHW you will have the opportunity to:

  • Stay in a residence hall with a current student
  • Participate in an interactive lab demonstration
  • Interact with faculty, staff, and students
  • Learn about the opportunities and resources available to Cornell Engineers

In addition, you will be able to engage with members of several of our award-winning engineering student organizations including:

Notes about the programs:

  • The spring EDHW Program is for admitted Engineering students only (graduating in Spring 2016) and has a particular focus on first- generation college students and/or students from backgrounds traditionally underrepresented in engineering (African American/Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, Native Hawaiian, Native Pacific Islander and Native Alaskan).
  • Registration is first come, first served and fills quickly.
  • Registration will open in March 2016.

  • The fall EDHW Program is for prospective high school seniors (graduating in spring 2016) and has a particular particular focus on first- generation college students and/or students from backgrounds traditionally underrepresented in engineering (African American/Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, Native Hawaiian, Native Pacific Islander and Native Alaskan).
  • Dates of the program will be announced in May 2015.
  • The program application process will open in May 2015.

Program Contact Information

Engineering Admissions
engr_admissions@cornell.edu
Subject Header:  EDHW - YOUR NAME
607.255.5008 (office)

Diversity Programs in Engineering
dpeng@cornell.edu
Subject Header:  EDHW - YOUR NAME
607.255.6403 (office)

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