The Texas A&M University College of Engineering hosts several outreach and recruiting events to promote graduate education opportunities.

Outreach: Graduate School 101 Informational

Each semester the college hosts Graduate School 101, a free workshop designed to give top undergraduates information they need to help make decisions regarding whether to continue on for graduate school or accept employment after graduation.

Outreach: NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Informational

Each academic year the college along with the TEES Research Development Office sponsors a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP) informational to help applicants prepare and submit outstanding fellowship application packages.

Outreach: Trajectories Toward Graduate School

The Trajectories Toward Graduate School program was designed to inform historically underrepresented sophomores, juniors and seniors about the benefits of gaining a graduate degree in engineering.

Outreach: Research Labs Day

Research Labs Day provides graduate and post-doctorate engineering students an opportunity to pursue a career at both national and private laboratories

Recruitment: Graduate School Fairs

If you are not located near Texas A&M University, but would like to meet one-on-one with a representative from the University, please consider attending a graduate school fair in a city near you.

Recruitment: Engineering Graduate Preview

In Fall 2016, the College of Engineering hosted its inaugural Graduate Expo event for current domestic STEM juniors and seniors interested in pursuing a doctoral degree.  Engineering Graduate Preview is an opportunity for students who are considering a graduate degree to get an early preview of Texas A&M University. Attendees hear from faculty and administrators on creating a competitive application, applying for funding opportunities and finding the best graduate program for their individual needs. Students must apply for Engineering Graduate Preview and be selected to attend. Attendees will be considered for housing and travel funding covered by Texas A&M.

Recruitment: Engineering Graduate Invitational

Graduate Invitational is a campus visitation program (by invite only) for domestic doctoral applicants who will matriculate in the fall semester. GradInvitational is an opportunity for future students to explore their department by visiting with faculty and current students, and touring research labs, facilities and campus. There is no separate application for this event. All highly-qualified domestic PhD applicants are considered for review. Students invited to attend are considered for housing and travel funding covered by Texas A&M.