The College of Engineering at Texas A&M University is not a walk in the park; let’s not sugar coat it. The reality is that the classes are tough, and they require more time and attention than the average degree.
Texas A&M is a special place. The Aggie Core Values are a set of six values that were set in place many years ago yet still hold true and have the same great importance at Texas A&M.
This semester is going to be full of newness. Whether the changes that we’re facing are liked or disliked, we have the option to be positive and embrace the new normal. Let’s make it a good semester and enjoy our time here!
If you find yourself doubting if you can be an engineer, the answer is yes, you certainly can.
For many of us, classes and school work take up a majority of our day—which is okay because, after all, that is the reason we are here, right? Yes, we are here to get the best education, but what about life outside of engineering? There are many components of Texas A&M that go beyond the glass walls of the Zachry building.
Our email’s inbox can be a scary place with an insane amount of unopened emails. I don’t know about everyone else, but when my email is cluttered and full of notifications, I miss important notices, dates and pieces of information. In times like this, it is more important than ever to stay on top of things.
In this post, Haley discusses some tips for handling social distancing and tips for tackling online classes. Remember, we are all in this together!