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Society of Women Engineers




To learn about the High School Conference,

click here.

To RSVP for the General Meeting in Person click here.

To RSVP for the General Meeting virtually on Zoom

click here.


More information about current SWE events can be found on the SWE calendar or our facebook page.

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HSC Registration is Now Open!

Are you a high school junior or senior interested in majoring in engineering for college? The High School Conference is a 2-day event to help teach and show what engineering student life is like, as well as a great way to ask all of your college questions! 

To check it out or register head to our "Programs" tab and click "High School Conference."

Letters to Hospitals

Howdy! We hope you will be able to join us on Wednesday, November 17 at 7pm for our service based social, SWE Writes Letters to Hospitals. It is a great opportunity to grow closer to other SWE members and your community by writing letters to hospitals. The location is still TBD


RSVP by November 16 at 11:59pm at the latest. The link is below


SWE Merch Design Contest!

Howdy! We are hosting a design contest for new SWE Swag for next semester! Please read the rules on the submission form before submitting, to ensure you create your design in the correct format. We cannot wait to see what yall create!


Submission Form:


Taking a Stand for  Diversity and Inclusion

The Society of Women Engineers at Texas A&M University is a student organization that strives to cultivate an environment that promotes diversity, inclusion, and empowerment. The recent events in Minneapolis, that resulted in the death of George Floyd go directly against the core values of SWE and Texas A&M University. This act was inhumane and a blatant act of hatred that once again, exposed the systemic and individual racism that continues to play a role in our nation. We vehemently condemn these acts and any acts of racism, discrimination, and violence towards marginalized communities. 

We can not remain silent. We must demand action from our civic leaders to work towards the dismantlement of a system that is plagued with systemic racism. While we cannot begin to imagine the hurt and trauma that the Black community has experienced, we can use our voice and platform to stand in solidarity to demand justice and seek change.

We wholeheartedly back the following statement made by National SWE: https://bit.ly/36U3Tic



SWE wants your feedback on how we can improve our organization! Please submit your comments suggestions, constructive criticisms, or unique ideas.


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