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ProjectsDay_600x600.png2019 Projects Day is Thursday, 02 MAY

Each year, hundreds of cadets from all academic departments participate in Projects Day by presenting a design project or thesis. Whether individually or as a team, cadets demonstrate their ability to integrate academic and military knowledge and skills, as well as demonstrate presentation and communications skills. The event also gives cadets a chance to explore majors, learn from examples, and fulfill an integrative experience requirement.

POC: Dr. Elizabeth Velilla, Academic Research Division

Visitors to West Point please click here for directives on acceptable forms of identifcation and additional information. 


Highlights from Upcoming Projects Day






Preview the Projects Day App at:






 To download and install the app:

Depending on your device, you can visit the Apple app store or Google Play, and either search for projectsday, install and launch the specific app or, search for and install the eventmobi app and enter the event code: PROJECTSDAY.







Highlights from last Projects Day 

Department of Mathematical Sciences Cadet Sarah Juhn presents her project, "Mapping USMA’s Curriculum." U.S. Military Academy Cadet Shelby Lindsay presents her project, "A Statistical Analysis of Cadet Candidate Applications and Academy Performance." A U.S. Military Academy staff member participates in a demonstration of the "Team Normandy Virtual Reality Capstone project." Cadets have the opportunity to learn about different project displays at the West Point Club. U.S. Military Academy Cadet Brandon Wethman explains the "Team Normandy Virtual Reality Capstone project."

Learn more from the Brochures below:

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5/1/2018 6:36 AMPatrick Gill