What is the Engineering Success Program?
The Engineering Success Program is designed to provide support primarily to first generation and economically disadvantaged students in the College of Engineering throughout their freshman year. These students include:
- E 12 Students - E 12 is the College of Engineering’s signature recruiting program.
- Regents' Scholars - The Regents’ Scholars program is a university scholarship program for first-generation and low income students.
- CONNECTS Scholars - CONNECTS is a National Science Foundation scholarship program for low-income and high achieving students.
- Engineering Transfer Scholars (ETS) - Engineering Transfer Scholars (ETS) is a National Science Foundation scholarship program designed to increase the quantity, quality, and diversity of the engineering workforce in Texas and abroad through enabling academically talented and financially needy students to transfer to Texas A&M University and obtain baccalaureate degrees in engineering.
- Priority admission in the Engineering Living Learning Community for Regent’s Scholars
- Math and learning skills assessments
- Clustering in first-year block courses; academic advising
- Community building seminars
Additional Resources for Success
Peer Academic Services
Advising Certificate of Visit
The Department of Multicultural Services
So you’ve made it to Aggieland, you’re enjoying the college life, but sometimes there’s something missing. Building a life of your own can be a little scary and confusing, often frustrating, and sometimes lonely. Family members may not always understand what you’re going through, but a mentor will. When you need a little guidance or even just a shoulder to lean on, ATMentors are there.
- advise students in their area of experience and competence.
- stay informed about current TAMU services to effectively refer students to sources for problems that are outside the Mentor’s expertise.
- provide a caring, nonjudgmental ear when a student just needs to talk.
- provide a smile, a helping hand, and eagerness to serve as stepping stones instead of stumbling blocks.
(The ATMentors program does not attempt to replace or substitute the programs provided by departmental advisers, the Student Counseling Service, and the many other valuable student services available at TAMU. Mentors work hand-in-hand with all of these services, in an effort to provide students with a safe, encouraging environment.)
For more information and to get started, please visit http://atmentors.tamu.edu. Request a mentor by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 979.845.5826 to make your interest known. A list of ATMentors in the College of Engineering is available on the ATMentors web site (http://atmentors.tamu.edu/MeetYourATMentors)
For questions about the Engineering Success Program, please contact:
Engineering Academic and Student Affairs
3127 - Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843-3127