The Academic Program for EXcellence for Engineers (APEXE) is a summer bridge program designed to increase the success rate of incoming multicultural, first-year engineering students.
Looking for other engineering students to study with? Want to volunteer to assist first and second-year students with their academic development?
A mentor-based structured program to support the academic, professional, and social success and retention of undergraduate engineering scholars.
Connecting international students to resources, providing networking opportunities and programming to support professional, social, and academic development.
A living and learning community made up of students who have similar academic and professional goals of being an ENGINEER.
Focuses on the academic, professional, and social success and retention of women of color pursuing undergraduate engineering degrees.
Focuses on the success and retention of male engineering students with an emphasis on African American scholars.
Assisting in the success of second year multicultural students through academic, professional, and social-cultural experiences with peers, faculty, staff, and industry professionals.
Looking for awesome LEADERSHIP opportunities? Looking to develop your PROFESSIONAL network?
A series of workshops geared towards junior and senior multicultural students to address different issues regarding higher education, and topics trending locally and globally.
Initiatives are made possible through the generous financial support of individual and corporate sponsors.