MEP 20th Anniversary Gala October 21, 2017

Minority Engineering Program

Celebrating 20 Years of Excellence and Counting!

Peer-supported. Success through collaboration.

The Minority Engineering Program (MEP) at the University of Dayton offers underrepresented minority engineering students an arena to build community, collaborate and take an active role in their growth as aspiring engineering professionals.

Students can:

  • Engage in a summer residential program.
  • Participate in workshops for academic success.
  • Focus on professional development at bi-weekly workshops.
  • Collaborate with upperclass MEP students at study tables.
  • Enroll with MEP peers in the same math, chemistry and physics courses.
  • Engage in peer-to-peer mentoring.
  • Receive individual advising with the MEP director.

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Students in MEP who maintain University scholarship academic standards receive a yearly scholarship. If you would like to support the Minority Engineering Program, please click here.

Minority Leaders Program

Additional scholarship, research and internship opportunities may be available through the Minority Leaders Program (MLP).  University faculty engage in undergraduate research activities and serve as mentors to students in MLP, and the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) provides internships. 

MEP 20th Anniversary Highlights

Video courtesy of MEP Student, Christian Cubacub, Sophomore, Computer Engineering


Minority Engineering Program, Gerica Brown, Assistant Director

Kettering Laboratories 261 C 
300 College Park 
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0225