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Engineer your greater future.

Programs and opportunities for current and future students, summer camps and research lab internships for high school students, programs for teachers, dual enrollment engineering classes, and more.

Future Students


COVID-19 resources

K12 Engineering Resources for Families, Students and Educators

Free @ Home Activities, Learn to Code, STEM games, College Classes, Virtual Field trips, etc.

STEM Resources for COVID-19

Infographics, why soap works, why people hoard TP and how it is made, epidemic simulations and more

Messages From our Community Partners

APS, ABQ Ride, Comcast, Statewide School Meal Pick-up site


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Ready to Apply to UNM?

Want a tour of School of Engineering or UNM?

  • More information is available here.

New Student Orientation (NSO)

 Summer Programs

Camps for High School Students

  • Engineering Summer Academy: 4-week no-cost, paid stipend day program June 8- July 3, 2020
  • Summer Transportation Institute: 3-week no-cost residential program July 12 - 31, 2020
  • Nuclear Engineering Camp: 2-week residential camp July 18 - August 1, 2020
  • ESSC Summer Programs

Programs for Teachers

High School Summer Internships

K-12 Engineering Activities

Looking for engaging engineering projects and activities to keep your kids busy? 

Click here for a list of resources and projects to try at home. 

Community Resources 

Learn more about the additional resources available during this time such as meal pickup information/site locations, internet information, and APS information.

K-12 Outreach: Try Engineering Now!

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All Ages STEAM Events

We host all kinds of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics events year-round on campus, and we participate in lots of hands-on STEAM celebrations in the community as well. View the calendar to see what’s happening this month!

Selected Dual Enrollment Engineering Classes

Start your college career early! Dual enrollment classes are free to many high school students throughout the state.