Get to know UM-Dearborn with a visit to campus! We host special events throughout the year for high school students and would love to welcome to you to our community.
Join us for a campus tour with current students and a presentation from an Admissions counselor at Go Blue Fridays. This is a great opportunity to find out about our degree programs, financial aid, and scholarships.
Meet one-on-one with a counselor to discuss your academic interests, review transcripts, and even receive a same-day admissions decision if your file is complete. Schedule an appointment by calling 313-593-5100.
Special Events for High School Students
October 3, 2015
Fall Open House is an ideal opportunity for students and families to learn about the University of Michigan-Dearborn and the Degree that Makes the Difference.
October 28, 2015
CECS Career Night is designed for students to learn about careers that a Michigan degree in engineering or computer science can offer you.
November 14, 2015
The Financial Aid Workshop is designed to help students and their parents understand how to finance a college education. Register online!
December 3, 2015
Pre-Med Info Night is designed for students to learn about requirements for professional health programs (dental, medical, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant, veterinary). Information on test scores, grades, majors, research, and volunteer work are also covered.
Gaming Day is a hands-on event showcases games developed by UM-Dearborn students, incorporating them into gaming projects and labs.
The CECS Contest Event is designed for students to participate in one of four contests: robotics, programming, simulation, or game design (as part of a two-person team) to compete for prizes.
Spring Open House is designed especially for high school sophomores and juniors. Visit UM-Dearborn and learn about academic programs, campus organizations, and housing.
Science Exploration Day is designed specifically for high school students to get a hands-on Science learning experience on campus.
This workshop is designed specifically for sophomores and juniors (and parents) to jump start the college search process.