A Small & Supportive Community


Find your home away from home in the small and supportive SEAS community.


Pat Cody highlights some of the ways that SEAS students and faculty get to know each other outside the classroom.



Student ziplining

Student Mentor Program

SEAS student mentors help incoming first year students integrate into the SEAS community and plan engaging programs throughout the year.

Students collaborating in the SEH

Academic Support Resources

SEAS is a strong, caring community. We show this in many ways, including through the many academic support resources we offer our students.



All new first year SEAS students are paired with a Student Mentor before they even begin classes


Photo of rocket team

Student Organizations

Make the most of your time as a student at GW and SEAS. Join a SEAS student organization.

Girl reading a SEAS Women in Engineering pamphlet

Women in Engineering

The SEAS Center for Women in Engineering (WiE) provides programming to help insure that women reach their fullest potential as engineers.



40% of SEAS undergraduates are women



W. Scott Amey Career Services Center

Career Services

Both GW and SEAS have Career Services Offices with staff who are dedicated to helping students prepare for internships and their careers.


Student standing in front of lab

Undergraduate Research

SEAS encourages undergraduate students to participate in research with our faculty. Research experience complements the knowledge you gain in classes.