We recommend you register as soon as possible after registration opens to secure your spot. Registration will officially close on August 31st, 2021; however, it may close early if we reach our limit of companies in attendance each day.
What is the advantage of registering soon after registration opens?
Registering early will allow you to choose the day on which you will attend. Each day has a limit for how many companies may attend, and registration for a particular day will close when that limit is reached.
What is the cancellation policy?
Full refunds will be issued for cancellations made by the end of August 30, 2021. No refunds will be granted after this date.
How much does it cost to attend the fair?
Registration for one of the two days costs $800 ($400 for approved non-profit/government organizations). Companies may only register for one day at this time due to high demand and limited space. Sponsorship packages and their benefits can be found here.
Approaching the Day of Career Fair
What time of day will the career fair be held?
The fair will be held from 10 AM - 5 PM on both days. However, recruiters are not required to be available for the entire day.
How will interviews be handled during the career fair?
Please contact the Engineering Career Resource Center (ECRC) at email@example.com to discuss interview options.
General Career Fair Questions
How many days is the career fair?
The career fair is two days long, but companies are limited to attending one at this time.
How many career fairs are offered per year?
There are two career fairs held for the entire College of Engineering, one in fall and one in winter. The career fair in the fall is hosted by TBP and SWE, while the career fair in the winter is sponsored by the ECRC.
Is there a phone number I can call to speak to the organizers of the fair?
The best way to contact us is via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need to talk to us, send us an email with a phone number and we will call you.
How many students do you expect to attend this event?
Approximately 6,000 University of Michigan students will attend the fair. These will be both undergraduate and graduate students. A vast majority of them will be engineers. The fair is strictly for current University of Michigan students.
How do I register for an information session?
Information sessions can be organized through our sister organizations, Tau Beta Pi (TBP) and the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Please see here for more information.