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The College of Engineering is ranked eighth for undergraduate programs and seventh for graduate programs nationwide.
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Students and organizations can bring hands-on activities or design challenges to your location or just visit as a guest speaker.


Ask any of our students why they chose engineering at Texas A&M University, and they'll tell you this: "I want to make a difference." That's what sets us apart. And that's why we're so happy you're joining us.

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From exploring engineering majors to learning about study abroad programs and academic support, this is your one-stop shop.

Learn about the College of Engineering from the students themselves.

Visit us

Here are some upcoming opportunities for you to visit our campus: 

Aggieland Saturday: Feb. 9
Visit us during Aggieland Saturday and we'll show you around the Zachry Engineering Education Complex, introduce you to students, faculty, and staff, and take you on departmental lab tours. 

Admitted Student Visits
If you can't make it to Aggieland Saturday, that's alright. We have several other opportunities lined up for you to visit. Just fill out the form at the link above and let us know which admitted student presentation you'd like to attend. 

ZACH Tours: Anytime
You don't have to schedule a visit. We give tours of the Zachry Engineering Education Complex Monday - Friday. 

What sets us apart?

Not only is the College of Engineering at Texas A&M University home to numerous world-renowned faculty and some of the brightest students in the country, but it's also home to the brand new Zachry Engineering Education Complex.

ZACH, as we like to call it, is truly one of a kind. We created a learning environment that is optimized for collaboration and engineering instruction. Whether you're in our 60,000 square foot makerspace designing a prototype for your start-up business, working on a group project in a huddle space, or presenting your homework answer to the entire class from the monitor that rises out of your desk — ZACH will give you the hands-on experience that you need. 

Because in the end, engineering isn't just about what you learned in a textbook. It's about the hands-on experience and real-world training you've received that will really make your resumé stand out. Our graduates go on to be CEOs, trend-setters, innovators and business owners. They pursue cutting-edge research that is literally out of this world. Where will your Aggie ring take you?

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