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.

Key Components

  • 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
  • Scholarships

Additional Resources for Success

Advising Certificate of Visit

The Department of Multicultural Services

Contact Information

For questions about the Engineering Success Program, please contact:

Engineering Academic and Student Affairs

Physical Address
Zachry Engineering Education Complex (ZACH)
125 Spence Street, Suite 403
College Station, TX 77843-3127

Mailing Address
3127 - Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843-3127

Phone: 979-845-7200
Email: easa@tamu.edu