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College- & Program-Specific Events

College of Arts and Sciences Preview

Students in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) often comment that international opportunities, research with faculty, and hands-on learning experiences outside the classroom are the best parts of their Lehigh experience. Please join a group of CAS students and faculty in a panel discussion as they talk about the unique learning experiences they've engaged in. This event will offer a college overview and an opportunity to ask questions to CAS faculty and students. Advance registration is required, no less than 24 hours before your session, and we will email a Zoom link for your event the day of or the evening prior.

No events are scheduled at this time.

College of Business Preview

During these sessions, Lehigh Business will be sharing an overview of the business curriculum, as well as hosting a panel discussion with faculty, career services, and business students. Come discover what makes the Lehigh program unique and hear the panel's perspectives on 'Why Lehigh'?

No events are scheduled at this time.

College of Health Information Session

At this important time of change in health and health care, Lehigh University's College of Health will be the first college in the United States to offer an undergraduate degree in population health data science with a focus on health innovation and technology. This information session provides an overview on: the emerging field of population health; the College's degree and certificate programs; experiential learning and research opportunities available to students; and, potential career trajectories after graduation. These college-specific information sessions are open to all prospective students.

No events are scheduled at this time.

P.C. Rossin College of Engineering & Applied Science Preview

The P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science Preview provides an overview of Lehigh's engineering disciplines and hands-on approach to education, while highlighting some of the research and educational opportunities available to students of Lehigh Engineering. These college-specific information sessions are open to all prospective students. Advance registration is required, no less than 24 hours before the session, and we will email a Zoom link for your event the day of or the evening prior.

P.C. Rossin College of Engineering & Applied Science Campus Tours

On the Asa Packer campus you will find labs related to manufacturing, electronics, environmental systems, structures, microscopy, and fabrication. Think big in Fritz, or think nano in Whitaker. Take the opportunity to really immerse yourself in the Lehigh engineering history as you see some of the most unique equipment on earth. Your tour guide will be one of our current students, who can tell you all about being a Lehigh Engineer!

No events are scheduled at this time.

Computer Science & Business (CSB) Information Session

These information sessions specific to the Computer Science and Business (CSB) program inform viewers about Lehigh’s four-year integration of the study of computer science and the study of business in a single program. CSB prepares students not only for careers in software or business, but also for unique cross-cutting opportunities that require expertise in both computing and in business, including forensic accounting, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, and risk management. Information sessions on Lehigh's CSB program take place on select days throughout the year. Advance registration is required, no less than 24 hours before the session, and we will email a Zoom link for your event the day of or the evening prior.

No events are scheduled at this time.

Integrated Business & Engineering (IBE) Information Session

Integrated Business and Engineering (IBE) is a highly selective, four-year interdisciplinary honors program that develops competencies in both engineering and business. This program recognizes the need for today’s leaders in business and industry to have a sound foundation in both commerce and technology. IBE prepares students to assume leadership roles in industrial research and development, entrepreneurial initiatives, management consulting, high-tech ventures, and innovative technology. Information sessions on Lehigh's IBE program take place on select days throughout the year. Advance registration is required, no less than 24 hours before the session, and we will email a Zoom link for your event the day of or the evening prior.

To learn more about the IBE program, please watch the recorded video below.

Integrated Degree In Engineering, Arts and Sciences (IDEAS) Information Session

This information session is specifically about Lehigh's Integrated Degree in Engineering, Arts, and Sciences (IDEAS) program, a unique opportunity to combine multiple programs of study in Lehigh's College of Arts and Sciences and the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. Information sessions on Lehigh's IDEAS program take place on select days throughout the year. Advance registration is required, no less than 24 hours before the session, and we will email a Zoom link for your event the day of or the evening prior.

To learn more about the IDEAS program, please watch the recorded video below.