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.

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

Live in a residence hall with other engineering students who have similar interests.

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

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

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.

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