College is about way more than just going to class and making the grade. It’s about developing yourself as an individual and a professional. It’s about having fun, finding your community, making lifelong memories and having experiences that will shape you forever. Whether you want to join an underwater robotics team or lead a student organization (like this student), there are numerous opportunities for you to explore. 

Access and Inclusion
Diversity in the classroom drives innovative ideas that lead to a better future for all. Everyone has a seat at our table. Pull up a chair.

Engineering Honors
Join a community of scholars and set yourself up for success after graduation. Perks: Smaller class sizes and early enrollment. Yes please.

Engineering Village @ The Commons
Live in a residence hall with other engineering students who have similar interests.

First-Generation Engineering Mentorship Program
Are you the first person in your family to go to college? With the FGEn program, you’ll gain friendship, mentorship and all the tools you need to succeed.

Student Organizations
From the Student Engineers’ Council to Engineers Without Borders, there’s a student organization for everyone.

Women in Engineering
The Women in Engineering program isn’t a club that you join. It’s a built-in community that all women are a part of upon entering the College of Engineering.

Zachry Leadership Program  
This program empowers engineering students to become future leaders who are humbly self-confident and ready to take on any challenge.