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Upcoming Events

SAC Skate Night

Friday, December 14th at 10:40PM-11:30PM at Babson Rink

Celebrate the end of finals with a late-night skating session!

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Olin Exposition

Olin’s Expo is an end-of-semester celebration of student learning and achievement, where students from every class share their favorite project work through poster sessions, interactive demonstrations, and artistic performance. The projects range in topic, including but not limited to course assignments, competition teams, passionate pursuits, and research projects.

Please join us for this special celebration. Come meet our dynamic students and hear about their work from this past semester! An RSVP  from external guests is requested. Olin community, family and friends do not need to RSVP. 

Click HERE  for more information or to register as a school group. 

Schedule of Events

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM: Presentations Session 1
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Presentations Session 2
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Lunch in the Dining Hall
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM: Presentations Session 3 + Music Performances
2:30 PM - 3:00 PM: Olin Conductorless Orchestra Performance

SPRING 2018 PROGRAM

 

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Olin Town Meeting

President Miller and other members of the administration will provide a state of the college update. Please join us for the 2019 Fall Town Meeting on in the Norden Auditorium. Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend. #OlinTownMeeting

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Spring Career and Internship Fair

The Career and Internship fair offers the occasion to meet directly with a variety of local, national, and international employers in one day. Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors will explore career paths and gather information about internship programs in the fields of Mechanical, Electrical, and Computer Engineering, Bio-Engineering, Computing, Materials and Design.

Seniors, graduate students, and alumni will see information regarding full-time employment opportunities in various fields.

 

We encourage all students to participate. What you learn now may help you prioritize your career interests and make valuable connections with employers.

 

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Candidates Weekend 1

Candidates’ Weekend For class of 2023

 

Each year, we invite about 225-250 applicants from our amazingly talented pool to attend one of three Candidates' Weekends, which take place in late February and early March. Attending one of these weekends is required if you wish to be admitted to Olin College of Engineering.

The weekends are designed to be fun, informal, and informational experiences. They are an opportunity for you to get to know us, and for us to get to know you.

 

What happens at a Candidates’ Weekend?

Candidates' Weekends begin on a Friday afternoon and take place all day Saturday. Over the course of two days, you’ll meet and hear from faculty, interact with current students and alumni, experience aspects of student life, and celebrate with the community as Olin comes together for these special events. Activities and events include but are not limited to:

  • -Campus Tour
  • -Design Challenge
  • -Individual Interview*
  • -Group Exercise*
  • -Faculty Chats
  • -Performance by the Olin Conductorless Orchestra
  • -Residence Hall Open House

*Activity is evaluated for purposes of admission

 

How are Candidates’ Weekends used by Admission?

Both the group exercise and the individual interview are evaluative tools that we use to decide who is ultimately admitted to Olin. The group exercise is moderated by an interview team consisting of a current student, a faculty member and either a staff member or an Olin graduate. The interview teams evaluate your performance in the group activity.

In addition to the group exercise, you’ll have a 25-minute informal interview with your interview team, and you are welcome to ask them questions as well.The Admission Committee relies on the interview teams’ evaluations and individual interviews to determine whether or not you will be offered admission to Olin.

 

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Candidate Weekend 2

Candidates’ Weekend For class of 2023

 

Each year, we invite about 225-250 applicants from our amazingly talented pool to attend one of three Candidates' Weekends, which take place in late February and early March. Attending one of these weekends is required if you wish to be admitted to Olin College of Engineering.

The weekends are designed to be fun, informal, and informational experiences. They are an opportunity for you to get to know us, and for us to get to know you.

 

What happens at a Candidates’ Weekend?

Candidates' Weekends begin on a Friday afternoon and take place all day Saturday. Over the course of two days, you’ll meet and hear from faculty, interact with current students and alumni, experience aspects of student life, and celebrate with the community as Olin comes together for these special events. Activities and events include but are not limited to:

  • -Campus Tour
  • -Design Challenge
  • -Individual Interview*
  • -Group Exercise*
  • -Faculty Chats
  • -Performance by the Olin Conductorless Orchestra
  • -Residence Hall Open House

*Activity is evaluated for purposes of admission

 

How are Candidates’ Weekends used by Admission?

Both the group exercise and the individual interview are evaluative tools that we use to decide who is ultimately admitted to Olin. The group exercise is moderated by an interview team consisting of a current student, a faculty member and either a staff member or an Olin graduate. The interview teams evaluate your performance in the group activity.

In addition to the group exercise, you’ll have a 25-minute informal interview with your interview team, and you are welcome to ask them questions as well.The Admission Committee relies on the interview teams’ evaluations and individual interviews to determine whether or not you will be offered admission to Olin.

 

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Candidate Weekend 3

Candidates’ Weekend For class of 2023

 

Each year, we invite about 225-250 applicants from our amazingly talented pool to attend one of three Candidates' Weekends, which take place in late February and early March. Attending one of these weekends is required if you wish to be admitted to Olin College of Engineering.

The weekends are designed to be fun, informal, and informational experiences. They are an opportunity for you to get to know us, and for us to get to know you.

 

What happens at a Candidates’ Weekend?

Candidates' Weekends begin on a Friday afternoon and take place all day Saturday. Over the course of two days, you’ll meet and hear from faculty, interact with current students and alumni, experience aspects of student life, and celebrate with the community as Olin comes together for these special events. Activities and events include but are not limited to:

  • -Campus Tour
  • -Design Challenge
  • -Individual Interview*
  • -Group Exercise*
  • -Faculty Chats
  • -Performance by the Olin Conductorless Orchestra
  • -Residence Hall Open House

*Activity is evaluated for purposes of admission

 

How are Candidates’ Weekends used by Admission?

Both the group exercise and the individual interview are evaluative tools that we use to decide who is ultimately admitted to Olin. The group exercise is moderated by an interview team consisting of a current student, a faculty member and either a staff member or an Olin graduate. The interview teams evaluate your performance in the group activity.

In addition to the group exercise, you’ll have a 25-minute informal interview with your interview team, and you are welcome to ask them questions as well.The Admission Committee relies on the interview teams’ evaluations and individual interviews to determine whether or not you will be offered admission to Olin.

 

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Spring 2018 Exposition

Olin’s Expo is an end-of-semester celebration of student learning and achievement, where students from every undergrad class share their favorite project work through poster sessions, interactive demonstrations, and artistic performance. The projects range in topic, including but not limited to course assignments, competition teams, passionate pursuits, and research projects. 

 

Please join us for this special celebration. Come meet our dynamic students and hear about their work from this past semester! An RSVP is requested from our outside guests as well as from family members and friends of Olin students. Event attendance is manditory for all non seniors. 

 

Schedule of Events

 

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM: Presentations Session 1
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Presentations Session 2
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Lunch in the Dining Hall
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM: Presentations Session 3 + Music Performances
2:30 PM - 3:00 PM: Olin Conductorless Orchestra Performance

 

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Scope Summit 2019

The Senior Capstone Program in Engineering (SCOPE) invites you to join us as 14 SCOPE teams give brief presentations of the results of their year-long projects sponsored by corporations, government research centers and private foundations.

These morning rocket talks will be followed by lunch, a poster session, and reception.

WHO SHOULD COME?
Current sponsors, interested companies and organizations, educators, community members and all those interested in igniting engineering education!

 

 

Schedule of Events

 

9:30 - 10:00 am

 

Continental Breakfast and Registration, Milas Hall 

10:00 - 10:15 am

 

Welcome from Olin Leadership, Norden Auditorium, Milas Hall

10:15 - 11:15 am

 

Rocket Talks by SCOPE Teams 1-7, Norden Auditorium, Milas Hall

11:15 - 11:30 am

 

Break

11:30 - 12:30 pm

 

Rocket Talks by SCOPE Teams 8-14, Norden Auditorium,  Milas Hall

12:30 - 1:30 pm

 

Lunch 

1:30 - 3:00 pm

 

Poster Session & Reception, tent in the Oval

 

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