LYLE ENGINEERING ACADEMIC
Information sessions for prospective students are offered Monday through Friday from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m and not during University Holidays. During the session you will have the opportunity to meet with a member of the Lyle Undergraduate Recruitment & Retention Office and receive a tour of the engineering facilities.
In addition to the Lyle Academic Information session, Daily Visits through the Admissions Office are offered Monday through Friday and allow you to tailor your activities during the time you spend with us and get a true feel for what daily life as a Mustang is like. Each daily visit includes a 30-minute information session, immediately followed by a one-hour campus tour.
OTHER SPECIAL DAYS TO VISIT CAMPUS
ENGINEERING CLASS VISIT DAYS is an opportunity for prospective engineering students to visit a class and get a true feel for what daily life is like here in Lyle. Come experience our small class sizes and world class professors first hand. Space is limited.
LYLE ACADEMIC SPOTLIGHT Come see the Lyle School of Engineering though the eyes of students and alumni. Explore where students work on innovative projects in state-of-the-art facilities. Learn more about your intended major and the research opportunities you will have as an undergraduate student. Gain a better understanding of the admission process and see how the Lyle School of Engineering can help you achieve your career goals.
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.
GROUP VISITS are offered for groups of 15 – 40 students in ninth through 12th grades on most Mondays – Fridays. You can choose an admission information session, a campus tour, or both.
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.