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Roy G. Perry College of Engineering

The Roy G. Perry College of Engineering maintains the perfect balance between classroom theory and research application. While students concentrate on basic science, mathematics and engineering courses, they are also exposed to a broad range of humanities and social sciences classes, keeping them in touch with the world around them. Students’ research experiences also have real-world applications, such as the many funded projects focused on threats to homeland security.

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  • Supplemental Instructors Needed. If you are interested in serving as a supplemental instructor, please contact Ms. Jasmine Murry at (936)261-9945 and email at jamurry@pvamu.edu.

Student Life

Campus life is one of the many elements of success at PVAMU. It includes a broad range of programs and activities that enhance the social, cultural, recreational, and intellectual vitality of campus life. The school spirit and appreciation of diversity; integrate students’ personal, social, and academic development; and strengthen the overall quality of campus life and the sense of campus community and “neighborhoods.” The environment provides a secure, supportive, and fun campus. It is student-centered with student friendly services and facilities that strengthen the campus environment so that successful learning can occur. Additionally, activities, programs, and organizations are available to students to develop their talents, abilities, civic virtues, ethical principles, career awareness, and their physical, psychological, and emotional wellness http://www.pvamu.edu/studentactivities/.

Roy G. Perry College of Engineering Enhancement Institute (CE2I)

CE2I is an innovative and intensive summer bridge to college program designed to prepare students for the rigors of an Engineering, Computer Science, or Technology Curriculum and to also aid in the transition between high school and college. The institute is a five week residential program, where participants will complete coursework in Math, Science, and Technology as well as participate in a series of Professional Development activities. CE2I is specifically designed for incoming freshman admitted to the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering at Prairie View A&M University only, who are interested in taking the necessary steps to jumpstart their academic career.

Deadline: May 31, 2018

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Future COE College Shadow Day

Shadow Day: Be a Roy G. Perry College of Engineering Student for a Day. Interested in visiting Prairie View A&M University College of Engineering? Want to know what a day in the life of a real live student is like?

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Core Curriculum

The core curriculum concept provides for portability of a basic element of a college degree between higher education institutions. However, certain programs have specific requirements in their programs that must be satisfied for the purpose of accreditation. For a specific program, the core curriculum may look different to most efficiently satisfy both the core and program-specific requirements. For ABET-accredited engineering programs, for example, the math requirement in the core curriculum is best satisfied if the engineering student takes Differential Equations. The program-specific core curriculum requirements presented for degree programs in the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering represent the suggested University Core Curriculum designed for an engineering student to minimize the coursework required. Students who undertake a more general core curriculum may require additional coursework. For example, the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering requires a programming language course so that some 3-hour courses that satisfy the University Core Curriculum may not be acceptable for the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering degree programs.

Student Life

Campus life is one of the many elements of success at PVAMU. It includes a broad range of programs and activities that enhance the social, cultural, recreational, and intellectual vitality of campus life. The school spirit and appreciation of diversity; integrate students’ personal, social, and academic development; and strengthen the overall quality of campus life and the sense of campus community and “neighborhoods.” The environment provides a secure, supportive, and fun campus. It is student-centered with student friendly services and facilities that strengthen the campus environment so that successful learning can occur. Additionally, activities, programs, and organizations are available to students to develop their talents, abilities, civic virtues, ethical principles, career awareness, and their physical, psychological, and emotional wellness http://www.pvamu.edu/studentactivities/

Roy G. Perry College of Engineering Scholarship (Spring 2019)

All applicants must complete the scholarship application, and upload required documents to be considered for a scholarship. The deadline to apply is December 1, 2018 .

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Faculty Research Areas

Roy G. Perry College of Engineering has a wide array of research capabilities, ranging from communication signal analysis to bio-separation to infrared identification, to name a few. Annual external funding for research & development exceeds $7.4 million dollars. The college boasts cutting-edge facilities, scholarly professors, and dedicated students. The Faculty within the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering work collectively as a team, as well as individuals.

Industry Partnerships

The College strives to build mutually beneficial relationships between its partners, students, and faculty. We are committed to providing our alliances with the best opportunities to meet your research and hiring goals while improving the educational experience of our students.

We invite you to explore partnership opportunities in faculty teaching and research, access to diversity in talent acquisition, and scholarships and fellowships.

Endowment

This endowment has been created by the Prairie View A&M University Roy G. Perry College of Engineering to provide students scholarship opportunities in engineering, computer science and engineering technology disciplines. Educational expenses continue to negatively impact the education of many students who desire degrees in these fields. We must provide a venue for which they can realize their dreams.

An endowment makes it possible for one monetary gift to be used for years to come. All money raised goes into the fund. Endowed Scholarships utilize the interest and keep the principal in tact. The interest will be distributed to provide scholarships. Our Scholarships will be available to those who show promise of benefiting from the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering educational experience who excel academically. This means that everyone who receives these scholarships will have achieved a minimum of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

A monetary gift can be donated to the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering Scholarship Fund by an individual, family or corporation. Gifts of $25,000 or more will be matched dollar-for-dollar with the Available University Funds (AUF).

The University will receive and manage the investment of these funds. The intent is that the proceeds earned will be selected and dispensed by the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering to deserving students.

The Available University Fund (AUF) was created from the interest on the earnings of The University of Texas investments of the Permanent University Fund (PUF). Prairie View A&M University receives an annual distribution from this fund. The AUF Endowment Matching Program was established from these distributions. When gifts of $25,000 or more are given, the funds will be matched with the Available University Funds (AUF), dollar-for-dollar.

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