Twice a year, Neumont University hosts Project Showcase. Students are encouraged to show off projects they've developed both in and out of the classroom in a friendly competition with gaming, non-gaming, Capstone, and Enterprise project categories.
In March, Project Showcase coincides with Freshman Experience to give future students a chance to see project-based learning in action and better understand what a Neumont computer science education entails.
This year is no different. Students are asked to register their projects by Friday, March 3. (You can register your project here.) In the past, we've seen security systems, websites, apps, games, race cars, and more presented at the event. Anything students code from the ground-up is fair game to be included at this event.
Beyond inviting future students and their parents to the event, we also invite alumni, staff, faculty, and the tech community to participate. During the event, all guests are encourage to vote for their favorite projects in each category. The winners will be announced with the highest honor going to the Ultimate Grand Champion selected by the audience.
Project Showcase is on Friday, March 10, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Nemont University's campus in downtown Salt Lake City. RSVP for the event on our Facebook page.