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You're moving to a new city, starting college classes for the first time, and chances are you're a little nervous about finding friends and community. The Texas A&M University College of Engineering has several programs and numerous student organizations to help you meet friends, have fun and be successful academically. Whether you want to join a Women in Engineering project team and build an underwater autonomous vehicle, or you want to find a peer mentor to help guide you through finals, we've got you covered. 

Programs and Opportunities

The Engineering Village @ The Commons is a living learning program for freshman engineering students, designed to ease the transition into the rigors of university life by offering academic, professional and social support.

Enhance the value of your degree by going beyond the traditional engineering curriculum through our certificate programs. And if you're a high achieving student looking for an extra challenge, try the Engineering Honors Program.

The Access and Inclusion program seeks to increase the diversity of engineering students by recruiting, retaining and developing successful students from underrepresented populations.

First-generation students are the first in their families to attend a formal university-level degree program (or earn a degree). The First Generation Engineering Mentorship (FGEn) program is dedicated to helping first-generation students navigate university life by pairing students with peer mentors.

Through innovative programming and partnerships, the Women in Engineering program works to increase the number of female engineering graduates and creates a diverse pool of candidates entering the engineering workforce and academia.

There are numerous engineering student organizations within the College of Engineering. From general engineering organizations to department-focused organizations, there's something for everyone.