Engineering Exploration Camps (EEC)
(rising 10th-12th high school students)

The objective for Engineering Exploration Camps ( EEC) is to allow high school students the chance to explore the various disciplines within the College of Engineering at Tennessee State University, increase career awareness in these majors and college preparation for engineering. Students will be able to learn and conduct small scale hands-on applications in the areas of applied and industrial technology, architectural engineering, civil/environmental engineering, computer science, electrical and computer engineering, and mechanical and manufacturing engineering.  

Program Costs:

  • EEC: $300 per participant (non-refundable, residential option) (houses and meals provided). There are limited spots in residential programs. Evening activities will be arranged and escorted by evening counselors. Total of 12 slots.
  • EEC: $300 per participant (non-refundable, non-residential option) (meals provided). Total of 13 slots

Contact: Dre Davenport at ( ) , 615.963.5389


Application Requirements:

  • Complete online application (please indicate residential or non-residential preference)
  • Upload Official high or middle school transcript.
  • Official ACT/SAT/PSAT scores if available
  • Upload a One-page essay describing your career objective(s), interest in engineering, and how the EEC Program can assist you in reaching your goals.  Your essay must be typed, pdf preferred, 12pt font and cannot exceed one (1) page. 
  • Upload One recommendation letter from Counselor or Teacher that is on letterhead, has recommender contact information (email and phone #), signed and dated.

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For more information, write the College of Engineering
Tennessee State University
3500 John A. Merritt Blvd., Nashville, TN 37209, or call (615) 963-5401.