Engineering Day with Penn State Fayette - Virtual Experience


Join us as we engineer solutions and build a better future. Are you a problem-solver with a passion for shaping the world around you? Consider a career in the high-demand field of engineering — and discover how Penn State Fayette can get you started!

You and your family will learn about our two- and four-year degree programs designed to prepare you for a rapidly growing job market.

  • Our two-year Electrical Engineering Technology program offers practical, hands-on experience with electrical and electronics systems, which allows students to work in the field as soon as possible. 
  • Our four-year Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology program combines the fundamental principles of both electrical and mechanical engineering to design, develop, manufacture, and test computer-controlled mechanical systems.

Penn State Fayette graduates have secured employment in the automotive and aeronautical industries, as well as industries related to electrical products and services, energy supply, electric power, electronic systems, integrated systems and solutions, and automation.

Register for our Virtual Engineering Day event to learn more about programs and career paths from our world-class engineering faculty. We'll be available to answer your questions about campus and help you begin the application process — plus, we’ll waive your $65 application fee.

We can’t wait to discuss these exciting opportunities with you and your family.

Penn State is amazing. Come find out for yourself!

We encourage both students and family members to participate. A webcam is not necessary to participate, as the program can be easily viewed on any desktop or laptop computer or mobile devices such as a tablet or smartphone. (If you plan to use a mobile device, download the Zoom app from the App Store or Google Play in advance.)

The link for your appointment will be provided upon registration. For more information about our campus, you can visit our website at

Register for our Engineering Day.