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Engineering State Summer Camp to Return for 2023

By Sydney Dahle |

Engineering state will take place June 20-21 and June 23-24 on the Utah State University Logan campus.

Looking for something entertaining to do this summer? Come join us for a two-day camp full of engineering fun!

Engineering State will take place June 20-21 and June 23-24 on the Utah State University Logan campus. High school juniors and seniors with a GPA of 3.0 or higher are invited to attend. Participants will stay in campus dorms and will be given the opportunity to try out the college experience.

During the camp, students will meet engineering professors, tour the campus and participate in challenge sessions to learn more about different engineering disciplines. The event is designed to introduce young people to the engineering programs offered at USU.

“We are thrilled to welcome these accomplished young women and men," said Jagath Kaluarachchi, dean of the College of Engineering. "Witnessing the enthusiasm and creative ideas they bring is exhilarating, and we eagerly await their presence at USU in the coming future to pursue an engineering degree.”

Kaluarachchi added that Engineering State is a great opportunity for aspiring students to explore their options in science, technology, engineering and math fields. The activities provided will explore all USU engineering has to offer, including tours of campus, our maker spaces, STEM-based activities and much more.

Registration is $150 and includes all accommodations and meals. For more information and a link to register, visit


Sydney Dahle
Public Relations Specialist
College of Engineering


Shelly Wardell
College of Engineering, Engineering State


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