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Clay Ozuna
Clay Ozuna is a senior electrical engineering student who began his studies at Texas A&M University's Galveston campus.

Q: Why did you choose Engineering at Galveston?

A: I decided to attend Texas A&M Engineering at Galveston because it was close to home, a smaller campus, and it would allow me to spend my first year in college building strong study habits.  

Q: What has been your most memorable experience in Galveston? 

A: The most memorable experience at Texas A&M University at Galveston was working on the ENGR 111 project. We were tasked to build a Rube Goldberg machine throughout the semester with several other students that had never met before. What made it memorable were the fun long nights we spent drafting the machine on AutoCAD, putting it together and testing it to make sure it worked properly for demonstration day. 

Q: Did anything surprise you or come out of your experience at Galveston that was unexpected?

A: I didn't expect to make so many great friends that I still keep in touch with to this day. After transitioning to main campus, I was surprised to learn that not only did I have a much more enjoyable experience in freshman engineering, I also learned engineering skills like drafting by hand and calculating freak waves in MATLAB that I would have otherwise missed out on at main campus. 

Q: What do you want to do after you graduate?

A: Pilot in the U.S. Air Force

Q: Is there anything else you'd like to share?

A: Texas A&M University at Galveston was a great freshman experience I would highly recommend to anyone. I found I was more prepared transitioning to main campus academically and socially. It allowed me to establish a strong foundation to continue thriving throughout college. Though the material was difficult, the intimate classes made learning easy. I would not be where I am today if I hadn't attended Texas A&M University at Galveston my freshman year.