You don’t have to wait until you are in college to experience what the College of Engineering has to offer! We have a variety of programs designed just for high school students. In addition to all of the exciting programs you can also schedule your own personal visit where we will arrange for you to meet professors and students from the College of Engineering, tour a laboratory or attend a class.
Engineering Summer Camps and Programs
Drexel hosts these exciting summer programs for high school students. Regardless of your year in school we will have a program just for you:
- Engineering summer camps and institutes are offered in Materials Science and Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering.
- Rising Sophomores and Juniors: The Summer Music Technology (SMT) Program is an innovative, one-week learning experience that provides students with a unique opportunity to learn about music production technology and digital audio from Drexel faculty and students.
- Rising Juniors and Seniors: The ASM International Materials Camp® is a week-long, hands-on academic day camp to introduce high school students to the exciting and important field of materials science and engineering.
- Accepted students enrolling in the fall can participate in the Drexel Summer DELTA (Drexel Engineering Leadership Transformation Academy) BRIDGE program. This two-week intensive academic program for incoming students from traditionally underrepresented students in STEM provides the opportunity to enhance skills in math, science, engineering and leadership and builds community with alum of the program and incoming students. Learn More ->
We host a variety of events during the year designed to introduce middle school and high school students to engineering.
Eureka! from Girls, Inc.
Faculty and students from Drexel University have partnered with Girls, Inc. of Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey to offer a unique experiential learning opportunity for middle school girls during the summer. Read more about the Eureka! program.