If you’re interested in discovering the many fields of engineering, then visit us during our open house as part of Aggieland Saturday at Texas A&M University.
Aggieland Saturday is a university-wide open house created to help prospective students and their families learn about the opportunities available at Texas A&M University. Each academic college and many student service offices provide fun and informational sessions throughout the day.
For more information about all of the departments, resources programs and student organizations you'll learn about at Aggieland Saturday, click here.
- Students of all ages who want to explore the exciting fields of engineering
- Public and private school teachers
- Interactive hands-on activities
- Tours of labs and facilities
- Opportunities to visit with faculty, students and staff of Texas A&M Engineering
- Presentations from the associate dean, as well as from Texas A&M Scholarships & Financial Aid and Admissions
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, February 11, 2017
On Campus at Texas A&M University in College Station. The College of Engineering’s events will begin with a dean’s presentation in Rudder Auditorium. There will be lab tours and presentations throughout the day at the various engineering buildings including the Jack E. Brown Building, the Emerging Technologies Building, Scoates Hall, Richardson Building, H.R. Bright Building, Civil Engineering Building, Wisenbaker building, Fermier hall, Cain building, Doherty building, and the AI Engineering building. Also, be sure to check out our engineering resource tables in Rudder Exhibit hall.
None! This event is free and open to the public. And you don’t have to register, either.
For more information, please visit the Aggieland Saturday website.