AGC Houston Student Chapters

AGC Houston reaches out to nurture the future construction industry by encouraging college students in construction-related studies to form AGC Houston Student Chapters. AGC Houston has a long-standing relationship with student chapters, dating back to 1949 when we formed the AGC student chapter at Texas A&M University – one of the first AGC student chapters in the nation!

In 2012, we were proud to welcome the formation of a new student chapter at Prairie View A&M, which was chartered by AGC of America. The charter officially seals the relationship between a university and the AGC. In order to obtain a charter, the school must meet certain criteria, such as accreditation and offer a construction and/or an engineering-related degree program. The charter also allows students to apply for scholarships and participate in industry-related activities, both locally and nationally.

The following universities currently maintain active student chapters:

  • Prairie View A&M University
  • Sam Houston State University
  • Texas A&M University
  • Texas Southern University
  • University of Houston

Students of these programs often volunteer at AGC Houston industry events such as the annual Barbecue Cook-off, golf tournaments, fund-raisers and the biennial APEX awards.

For more information, please contact Charlene Anthony


University of Houston, Construction Management Program: Resume Book (April 2019)

Become a Member/Find a Member

When you join a local AGC Chapter, you become a member of the national organization. Being active at both the local and national level is the best way to maximize your membership. Visit our membership page  for more information.