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Prospective Students|College of Engineering and Applied Science
  • Engineering Summer Program Brings Top Students to UW

    Incoming high school seniors from Wyoming and nine other states, plus Germany, will explore various fields of engineering during the University of Wyoming College of Engineering and Applied Science’s annual Engineering Summer Program June 22-27.

  • Don't Panic - It's Only A Drill

    With literally millions of dollars at stake, a single miscalculation while drilling an oil well can be quite costly. Thanks to new technology at the University of Wyoming, the chances of those mistakes will be minimized.

  • Engineers on the Job

    Meet seven UW College of Engineering and Applied Science graduates working at some of the nation’s top companies.


Student Ambassadors

Student ambassador Chelse Felts

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The Essential Information

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Why UW?

  • 90 percent of our graduates have jobs or go on to graduate programs within six months of graduation.
  • Small-class sizes (average: 28 per) ensure you’ll have the opportunity to participate in hands-on research.
  • Our graduates have gone on to careers with companies like Ford Motor Company, Encana, IBM, AT&T, ConocoPhillips and NASA.
  • Scholarships are available – more than 375 merit-based awards are allocated each year to current students and high school seniors.
  • Nearly 78 percent of our graduates report a starting salary greater than $60,000 annually, and 89 percent report a starting salary greater than $50,000 annually.
  • Working in collaboration with the UW School of Energy Resources, students can access some of the world’s finest research facilities.

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