The number of ECE ILLINOIS faculty members.
(Please note: On the map below, Google incorrectly labels the street adjacent to our building as “S. Wright St.” The street between E. Springfield Ave. and University Ave. is actually N. Wright St.)
If you are a prospective student, parent of a prospective student, or alumnus planning to visit the department, please let us know of your plans. We‘ll make sure you get the most out of your visit. (Please allow at least two weeks to arrange a visit.)
Select a link below to schedule your ECE visit:
Prospective students should also consider visiting and exploring campus beyond ECE.
Interested in reserving the ECE Building for an event? Please review our building reservation policy for more information and to make a request.
Select students are granted access to the ECE Building using proximity i-cards. Access is often granted to the building itself, and specific spaces that depend on student needs. Students given access include:
Want to see the Electrical and Computer Engineering Building? Use this form to give us more information about your group and preferred times for tours. Or, to take a self-guided tour, pick up a tour booklet near the Office of Advancement in the northeast corner of the building’s first floor. You can watch a video tour of the building, as well.
Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Metered parking is available on Wright Street and east of the nearby Beckman Institute, 405 N. Mathews Ave., Urbana.
All areas of the ECE Building are accessible.
Click for full interior map of the ECE Building.
Additional ECE faculty offices, research groups, and laboratories are housed in other buildings on campus.
A new home building for ECE ILLINOIS opened in the fall of 2014. Learn about the features that make the ECE Building a unique and outstanding asset for our students and faculty. You can also learn more about how financial support for the building can make a difference in our department.