Tours of the Engineering School
Tau Beta Pi members volunteer as tour guides for the School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS). Specifically targeted for prospective undergraduates (but open to everyone), these tours provide a comprehensive overview of the engineering facilities available and of undergraduate engineering at Princeton. For prospective students potentially interested in engineering, these tours are a perfect complement to the Orange Key tours, which cover the entire campus and do not focus exclusively on SEAS.
Visit the engineering tours website to sign up for a tour and to view the tour schedule.
When: Monday – Friday, 11:15am and 2:45pm
Where: Leave from SEAS Office, C-wing of the E-Quad on Olden Street. See map.
Contact: Traci Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-258-4554) for more information. Reservations encouraged but not required.
Self-Guided Tour: Can’t make it on time to a scheduled tour? Take a self-guided tour using the iPrinceton app available for iOS and Android. At the home screen, click on the “maps” icon. Then click on the “Tours” icon on the bottom right of the screen and select “Engineering Tour”.