Explore your Future Engineering Classes on a Campus Visit

There’s plenty to see and learn when you visit campus. Discover why Lyle is not a typical engineering school. Get to know us in the following ways: 

  • Meet with a member of the Lyle Recruitment Office 
  • Tour engineering facilities 
  • Visit an undergraduate engineering class *
  • Have lunch with a current student *
  • Meet a professor in your area of interest *

Please know that we need at least two weeks notice to schedule a personalized engineering visit. 

To view Lyle visit options and register your visit, please click here for the personalized visit form.  After your request is processed, a confirmation including a detailed schedule, campus map and parking information, will be emailed to you at least 48 hours in advance. 

Please note that the options designated with an asterisk (*) are subject to availability and not available during Spring Break ( March 7th- March 11th), during the first and last weeks of the Fall and Spring Semesters, or in the Summer terms. Official University Calendar

Other Special Days to Visit Campus: 

MUSTANG DAYS (formerly Mustang Mondays), during the summer preceding and fall of the senior year, are one-day, on-campus programs offering topics ranging from academic offerings and campus life to merit-based scholarships and financial aid along with a campus tour.

SPRINGFEST, for 9th through 11th graders, is an introduction to SMU and the college admission process. This one-day, on-campus program includes workshops, academic sessions and a campus tour. 

ACADEMIC SPOTLIGHTS include sessions and activities that give you the opportunity to take a closer look at your intended major, interact with students and faculty, and tour the facilities available to students within an academic school. 

  • Lyle Academic Spotlight | Monday, April 25th | Register here

SMU PREVIEWS are held in selected cities across the U.S. and give students the opportunity to learn more about SMU, meet their admission counselor, and gain insight on majors, scholarships and campus life.

Elementary or middle school groups are welcome to bring students for a self-guided tour, however, we are not able to give an information session or guided tour at this time. Please do not register for a regular daily campus visit.