Fulton Fundamentals

Find the engineering major that’s right for you!

Join us for a series of workshops dedicated to helping prospective students find the Fulton Schools degree that is right for them! Workshops are offered for each of the seven Fulton Schools.

 

  • Discover the innovative degree choices within the particular Fulton School
  • Uncover the differences between engineering and technology disciplines and potential career paths
  • Tour the campus and visit research labs
  • Meet Fulton Schools professionals, faculty, and students from select engineering and technology disciplines

Fall 2021 Workshops

Saturday, October 9School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering

Friday, October 15School for the Engineering of Matter, Transport, and Energy

Friday, October 22 School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence

Friday, October 29School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment

Friday, November 5School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks and The Polytechnic School

Saturday, November 13 – School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering

Wondering which Fulton School offers which degrees? Check out our Undergraduate degree programs to see a listing of all our Schools and their degree programs.

Workshop Structure

Each workshop is in-person and three hours long. Friday workshops run 1:00PM – 4:00PM (MST). Saturday workshops run 9:00AM – 12:00PM (MST).

Each workshop includes four main components:

  1. Introduction to the Fulton School and degree programs
  2. Campus and facilities tour
  3. Faculty-led activity or demonstration
  4. Current student and alumni Q&A panel

Participants are enrolled in an accompanying online Canvas learning course which contains supplemental materials and resources

Eligibility & Cost

Students who are currently in 11th or 12th grade

Students currently attending a 2-year college institution/community college

Each workshop is FREE

Register for more than 3 sessions and receive additional Fulton Schools gift items!

COVID-19 Information

The health of the Sun Devil community is a top priority at ASU. As announced on July 30, 2021, consistent with CDC guidelines for colleges and universities, ASU strongly recommends that everyone wear a face cover when inside a university building. In addition, face coverings will be required in certain indoor settings, i.e., where distancing may not be possible. These include the following:

  • Classrooms and teaching or research labs where distancing is not possible.
  • All ASU clinical programs and centers that serve the general public, such as the ASU Health Centers, Child Development Laboratory, and Counselor Training Center (the “Programs”), whether on- or off-campus.
  • Meeting rooms, workshop, design or production studios, and other indoor settings where distancing is not possible.

For the latest COVID-19 updates, please visit: https://eoss.asu.edu/health/announcements/coronavirus.

Fulton Fundamentals staff are closely monitoring COVID-19 and are prepared to convert the workshops to a virtual platform if necessary.

Questions? Contact Nina Loughman at Nina.Loughman@asu.edu