Zachry Engineering Education Complex

Transforming Engineering Education

Located at the intersection of University Drive and Bizzell Street, the Zachry Engineering Education Complex is the largest academic building on campus and unlike any other facility in the nation. The 525,000-square-foot complex completely modernizes the original Zachry Engineering Center and expands the facility to include a state-of-the-art Engineering Design Center as well as expansive instructional labs.

aerial view of the new Zachry building

The complex revolutionizes the way we deliver education to our undergraduate students with its student-centered design and modern learning techniques and technology.

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Zachry Event Management System

Faculty, staff and students from the Texas A&M College of Engineering can book space in the ZACH for study sessions, meetings, events, etc.

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Digital Signage

College of Engineering programs, departments and certain organizations can promote events and announcements through Zachry digital signage.

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Accessible 24/7

The Zachry building is the largest building on campus and is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Active Learning Studios

Instead of desks, Zachry learning studios offer technology worktables with wireless connectivity and multidevice sharing screens.

HPE Tech Deck

The rooftop of the Zachry features a green terrace; perfect for studying, meeting, or relaxing.

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Engineering Quad (E-QUAD)

Conveniently located between the Zachry Engineering Education Complex, Wisenbaker Engineering Building, Dwight Look Engineering Building and H.J. (Bill) and Reta Haynes Engineering Building is the new Engineering Quad (E-Quad). The E-Quad is a beautiful outdoor green space to meet, relax, eat and study. Throughout the E-Quad, you can find 50 favorite equations engraved in the pavement that were selected by our students, faculty, staff and former students.

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