Longhorn Engineering: The Power to Shape Your World

Longhorn Engineering is a free, campus visit for underrepresented high school students interested in learning how engineering is shaping our world. African-American, Hispanic, Native Hawaiians and Native American students, as well as those who have overcome social or economic hardship, are encouraged to participate. Longhorn Engineering is open to all students interested in engineering, math, and science.

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Longhorn Engineering Event Dates and Topics

Engineering Majors / Careers
Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017
Time:  1-5pm
Location:  Cockrell School of Engineering
Who: High School Seniors

Engineering at UT
Date: Saturday, February 10, 2018
Time:  1-5pm
Location:  UT Austin Campus
Who: High school 10th and 11th grade students 
Registration is open!

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Custodial Responsibility Disclaimer

The University of Texas at Austin will not take custodial responsibility of minors while participating in the Longhorn Engineering events. Custodial responsibility will remain with teachers, parents, legal guardians, and chaperones.

Questions?

Contact Reyna Flores at eoe@engr.utexas.edu or at 512-471-5953.

Youth Protection Program

The purpose of the Youth Protection Program (YPP) is to protect all minors in their university-sponsored activities and interactions involving members of The University of Texas at Austin community. Read more about the YPP and the restriction of carrying a concealed handgun by any person involved in a University of Texas at Austin camp/program for minors.

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