WHAT WE DO
The American Society of Civil Engineers at Texas A&M offers various opportunities for engineering students to work together within the college, the profession, and the community. Providing a combination of professional civil engineering presentations, outreach, social, and intramural activities, our members are able to engage with other engineering students in a friendly and interactive environment. Lastly, ASCE offers a group for freshman (F.A.C.E.) interested in the civil engineering major, as well as two competition teams, steel bridge and concrete canoe, for those interested in competing on a local and national level.
Anyone can become a member at any time! With your student membership you also receive a FREE national membership as well! Dues are $15 per year and $10 for graduating seniors, all payments may be paid through the TAMU ASCE marketplace. Membership applications and renewals can be filled out online through our virtual applications below. With a membership, your benefits include exclusive networking, company presentations (with free food), socials, intramural leagues, member-only emails, and many more! After filling out the form, make sure to pay dues on the Marketplace link. Want to see if you are an active member or how many points you have? Click the Membership Portal link below.
Office Hours have returned to in-person. If you have a question, please come visit us in CVLB 239, Monday through Friday, 9am till 4pm. If you wish to use virtual office hours, utilize the Office Hours link below. If you wish to utilize the test bank, click the Test Bank link. If you wish to submit a test, click the Test Submission link. If you wish to renew your membership, please click the Marketplace link above.
Our ASCE store offers engineering students with all the right accessories to be successful in the civil engineering major. Engineering paper, surveying field books, and other civil-related merchandise is sold in our store, located in CVLB 239.
Freshman Aspiring to be Civil Engineers is a group geared for freshman who are interested in joining the civil engineering major and would like to better prepare for the entry-to-a-major process.