Texas A&M-Chevron Engineering Academy at Alamo Colleges District - Northeast Lakeview College
Engineering Brighter Futures
Get a head start on your Texas A&M engineering degree by applying for the Texas A&M-Chevron Engineering Academy at the Alamo Colleges District – Northeast Lakeview College. Offered in partnership with Texas A&M University’s College of Engineering, this unique program offers students an opportunity to pursue an engineering degree while co-enrolled at Texas A&M and the Alamo Colleges District. Students are able to save money during their first two years – where they will take engineering courses taught by Texas A&M faculty at Northeast Lakeview College before transitioning to the Texas A&M campus in College Station.
The Texas Workforce Commission projects a 25 percent growth in engineering jobs statewide in the next decade.
Enrollment in the Academy
The Engineering Academy at Alamo Colleges District - Northeast Lakeview College is for Alamo Colleges District students who have achieved a high school diploma or equivalent and are pre-calculus or calculus ready as determined by NLC.
Interested students must:
1. Be able to be a full-time student at the Alamo Colleges for at least one year before transitioning to A&M.
2. Secure admission to one of the colleges within the Alamo Colleges District.
3. Fill out and submit this quick pre-qualification form
4. Satisfy one of the following requirements for NLC math prequalification:
a. Your current transcript shows college credit for Trigonometry, Precalculus or Calculus I with a grade of A, B or C. An indication on your transcript of credit by exam (AP, CLEP) or transfer credit from another institution of an equivalent course with a grade of A, B or C is also acceptable.
b. You have a satisfactory score on the NLC Mathematics ALEKS assessment test: To qualify as precalculus-ready is an overall ALEKS score of at least 70% with 50% or higher in each subarea. To qualify as calculus-ready is an overall score of at least 80% with 60% or higher in each subarea.
c. Have an ACT math score of 24 or an SAT math score of 600.
5. Apply to Texas A&M University – A special A&M Academy application link will be emailed directly to qualified applicants after prospective students are successfully math-level pre-qualified in Step 2 above.
Note: New NLC students must take the SAT or ACT prior to applying to Texas A&M University.
Why the Academy?
The Texas A&M-Chevron Engineering Academy offers students:
- Admission to the College of Engineering at Texas A&M University-College Station from day one.
- An opportunity to take Texas A&M engineering courses from Texas A&M faculty on the NLC campus.
- An opportunity to join a community of Engineering Academy peers by taking math, science and engineering courses with other Engineering Academy students.
- An opportunity to participate in student activities and organizations at both institutions to the extent possible.
- An affordable pathway to earning a Texas A&M engineering degree.
- Guaranteed full admission to Texas A&M upon successful completion of the two-year program.
- An opportunity to apply for early entry into a degree granting major within the College of Engineering at Texas A&M, if qualified.
Financial Aid Information
To receive financial aid students must:
- Meet the financial aid eligibility requirements.
- Apply for financial aid at NLC via the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Use the NLC school code (042636) when submitting your FAFSA. For more details about this process, visit Financial Aid Steps.
- Submit all documents requested by NLC Financial Aid and review the Financial Aid Standards of Academic Progress (SAP).
- NLC notifies students via email once financial aid is awarded or if additional documents are required.
Students also are encouraged to apply for the NLC T-STEM scholarship in conjunction with their Texas A&M-Chevron Engineering Academy application.
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