Our vision is to promote an inclusive community that fosters leadership, learning, and lifelong success to enhance the holistic experience for our students.
With over 40 engineering student organizations, including engineering competition teams, and over 4,000 engineering students, the Gallogly College of Engineering leadership, faculty, and staff works to support our students and their organizations throughout the year by providing leadership and learning experiences that promote an inclusive, creative, and diverse community. We achieve these goals with the following programs:
As part of the Gallogly College of Engineering’s strategic plan, we expanded our efforts to inspire and foster the advancement and achievement of women in engineering and sciences. To facilitate this goal, we launched a full-scale Women in Engineering program. This exciting new chance to support, engage, and educate our students includes a wide-variety of opportunities such as mentorship, scholarships, K-12 outreach, retention and professional development programs.
The Jerry Holmes Leadership Program for Engineers and Scientists provides leadership education for students in the Gallogly College of Engineering and the Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy. Students enrolled in the program work with professional mentors to design a personal leadership development plan. They attend monthly topical meetings and other events where they hone their leadership skills, and they create real impact as leaders within the university and surrounding communities.
The Gallogly College of Engineering partners with the College of International Studies to provide our students transformational, collaborative international opportunities that can inspire and educate engineering students to become competent, compassionate, and ethically-minded global citizens and leaders. We offer study abroad trips throughout the year at Puebla, Italy, and France.
Engineering Student Life supports our student organizations by working with students and advisors with event planning, budgets, publicity, travel, licensing, room reservations, and other operational challenges that might occur within a student organization.
By partnering with the Gallogly College of Engineering and the University of Oklahoma, The Council members are engineering students with excellent academic credentials, leadership and communication skills. They serve as mentors to freshman and transfer engineering students, tutors for courses in engineering curricula, and student recruiters for prospective students interested in engineering. DLC members are selected through an application process.
The OU Gallogly College of Engineering offers opportunities to be a part of one of our eight competiion teams including the OU Boomer Rocket Team (BRT), the concrete canoe team, OU Design/Build/Fly (DBF), Sooner Competetive Robotics (SCR), Sooner Off-Road (SOR), Sooner Racing Team (SRT), Sooner Rover Team and steel bridge. Taking part in a competion team requires training to use the REPF facilities.
New Engineers Welcome, a part of Camp Crimson in 2021, serves as a welcome to all incoming students - both freshmen and transfer students! Students can learn about our student organization and competition teams, join learning sessions about growing your engineering network and technology, meet their engineering academic advisor and even connect with representatives from their academic major!
The Engineering Career Fair, held each fall, is the primary campus recruiting event for employers who want to increase their visibility among students interested in careers in engineering and technical disciplines.