Pre-College Programs

The College of Engineering & Science at Detroit Mercy has a long history of serving students from the metro Detroit area in its pre-college programs for elementary, middle and high school students.

Summer Programs

Summer Programs Our fun summer programs explore science, technology, engineering and math with hands-on activities that challenge and delight young minds for a summer filled with vision and imagination!

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Pre-College Engineering Program

DAPCEP A five-week Saturday enrichment class in the Fall and Spring for students in the 4th through 12th grades focusing on engineering, math, computers and science.

Pre-College Programs

STEM X Day

STEM X Day This on-campus event is for Detroit-area high school teachers and students. Engineering and science displays and science-based competitions are among the highlights.

STEM X Day

ReBUILDetroit

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University of Detroit Mercy is proud to be part of ReBUILDetroit, the first program of its kind, which offers intensive training for students interested in pursuing academic, research or industry careers in biomedical, behavioral, clinical or social sciences. From your freshman year on, ReBUILDetroit Scholars experience the excitement of scientific discovery through direct participation in research while preparing for graduate school onto career paths in exciting and in-demand biomedical disciplines. 

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Engineer Your Future

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The College of Engineering & Science and our industry partners host evenings for high school students and their parents to learn about the field of engineering, career paths and how Detroit Mercy can prepare you to a successful professional.

Whether you're interested in one of the many engineering career paths, Engineer Your Future allows you to spend an evening with automotive executives or CEOs of engineering companies and university faculty.

For more information about upcoming Engineer Your Future events, please contact the Admissions Office at:  (800) 635-5020 or admissions@udmercy.edu.

iDRAW

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"innovating Detroit’s Agile Workforce" (iDRAW) is a wrap around community educational movement that increases access for underserviced students to Michigan’s increasing employment opportunities in Robotics, Computer Science, and associated industry.

iDRAW is managed by a consortium of educators, industry partners, and community leaders. The 2019- 2020 Consortium is lead by the University of Detroit Mercy and Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation. This year we have partnered with Cesar Chavez and Melvindale High School students to pilot the iDRAW program.

Find out more about iDRAW