Application – Online Camp

Click here for full program details.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the application process, please email us at engr-explore@uconn.edu

Our primary form of contact is email, please ensure your email is correct and it is an email you check frequently!

Please ensure all information is correct before submitting


Student Personal Information

(example: Male, Female, Genderqueer, Non-binary, Prefer not to disclose, etc.)
(example: Black and Hispanic, White, Middle Eastern, etc)
(example: ADHD, ADD, etc.)
These are “unisex” sized shirts

Student Contact Information

(if no personal cell phone, leave blank)
Acceptances will be sent here, so please make sure it is correct and frequently checked
We will mail kits to this address, so please ensure students have access to mail at this address

High School Information

(example: 3.00 / 4.00 – Grade Point Average out of Total)
Leave blank if not applicable
Leave blank if not applicable

Parent/Guardian Information

Second Parent/Guardian Information (if applicable)


The School of Engineering offers twelve programs leading to a Bachelor of Science in the fields of:

Biomedical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Computer Science & Engineering
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Management & Engineering for Manufacturing (MEM)
Materials Science & Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

During the YESS programs in the evening, students will focus on one major/field over the course of 10 days.

To assist us in planning for the YESS program, please assign a preference to the departments/programs (#1 being the highest priority) you are most interested in attending.

We will do our best to grant one of your first choices but we can’t guarantee your selection. The YESS assignment you receive is not subject to change.

Please assign a priority (1 – 8) to ALL programs. 1 = your first choice, etc. without repeating


Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is available to families with need. To receive aid, parents or guardians must provide proof of financial need. This can be provided to us in the form of any of the following:

  • proof that the student receives free or reduced lunch
  • the family’s adjusted gross income as reported to the IRS for 2019
  • documentation of unemployment or financial hardship due to COVID-19 or other circumstances
This is required if you selected YES for consideration of financial need

Consent and Submission