Students enrolled in the Texas A&M Engineering Academy program are Texas A&M University College of Engineering students. As an engineering student in the Engineering Academy program, students are co-enrolled in the College of Engineering at Texas A&M University and Blinn College-Bryan.
Engineering Academy program students are selected from the freshman applicant pool by the Office of Admissions at Texas A&M University. Engineering students in this program have the ability to remain co-enrolled for two years, taking their Texas A&M engineering courses on the Texas A&M campus and their math and science courses on the Blinn College-Bryan campus. This co-enrollment model allows Texas A&M to offer admission to more qualified freshman applicants. Students are eligible to participate in all student services, activities and organizations at both institutions, though participation in NCAA Division I sports is not allowed. Further, engineering students in this program will apply for entry-to-a-major as early as the end of the first year, having completed the required courses. Visit the benefits page to learn more about the opportunities for engineering students in the Texas A&M Engineering Academy at Blinn College-Bryan.