At this stage, we are no longer taking applications.

If you've been admitted and have received the forms, please send them back to us preferably by Easter, or by the end of April at the latest; we will hold your spot until April 30.

Already applied? (updated 4/11/17)

  • If you applied before March 20, you should already have heard from us by now. Let us know if you have not.
    (note: our site is firewalling applications with a yahoo.com address; if you did put a yahoo address in the email field, we may not have received your application, even though you have received the confirmation email; please alert us (iep@nd.edu) if that is the case with you).
  • If you are on the W/L, please make sure you send in the requested information. Note that the chances of getting in are quite slim, and only happen if a number of admitted students cancel.
  • If you applied before March 20, have sent the documents, and have been informed that you are still on the W/L, note that we will not be able to review your file until late April.
  • If you have been admitted, we have sent you some forms. Please fill them out and email them back as soon as you can, to secure your spot (let us know if you have not received the forms). We will hold your spot until April 30.

IEP: an engineering camp at Notre Dame!

Engineering. It is a profession of immense scope. From Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering to Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, from Computer Science and Engineering to Electrical Engineering, or Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences, the career opportunities are endless. So why not make it a major part of your life's plans? Today, men and women are successfully practicing engineering in a variety of companies around the world. Others are preparing themselves for careers in engineering.

The College of Engineering at the University of Notre Dame would like to introduce you to the world of opportunities available in engineering. Give us just two weeks of the summer between your junior and senior years in high school, and we'll give you an introduction to engineering that includes:

• A taste of college life
• A chance to visit our campus and meet the faculty of the College of Engineering
• An update on career opportunities in engineering
• A look at the many facets of engineering
• An overview of the elements of engineering design and computer programming
• A tour of our state-of-the-art computer facilities
• A chance to meet professional engineers

Two weeks is a short time to introduce you to everything engineering offers. But, we think we can do it and still have time for some fun activities, meeting faculty members, and meeting other students from across the country who are also interested in engineering.

2016 Summer Scrapbook now online. Check out what our students did this summer.


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