The Equal Opportunity in Engineering Program provides specific First-Year Interest Groups (FIGs) for participating students. Students select their FIG during summer orientation, and FIGs meet in the fall and spring semesters.

The weekly seminar consists of discussions, presentations, activities, field trips and social activities that focus on students' academic and professional careers. FIGs are a great way to make friends and form study groups while getting acquainted with college life. FIGs give students the opportunity to join a small cohort of their peers who share two to three common courses in addition to the weekly seminar.

Equal Opportunity in Engineering FIGs

  • Achievers (Electrical Engineering)
  • Infinite Momentum (Multidisciplinary)
  • The Visionaries (Mechanical)
  • Strength in Numbers (Civil and Architectural)
  • Skywalkers (Aerospace)

Personalized Guidance by EOE Staff and Engineering Peer Leaders

  • In EOE's FIG Seminar, you will be matched with a team of three successful upper-division students who will coach you through the first year in engineering.
  • The EOE staff of two full-time coordinators and 50 engineering peer leaders/tutors will be 100 percent dedicated to your success in college.
  • Our friendly staff will provide you with easy access to scholarship information, leadership opportunities, industry contacts, special advising and more.