The Society of Women Engineers – Texas A&M University (SWE-TAMU) was established in 1973 to help women achieve success academically, personally and professionally. It was the first student organization for women that was formed at Texas A&M University, a historically male university, after a co-education policy was passed in 1963. SWE-TAMU aims at growing the engineering profession and providing women engineering students with mentorship opportunities and several other resources to succeed.
Among these programs are SWE Inspire, a new hands-on outreach program with local elementary schools, and SWElites, a freshmen leadership organization within our section.
Check out all of our individual programs under the "Programs" tab!