I really can't answer your question but I can say that the actual college you went to is a pretty small factor in the hiring decision.
I've interviewed dozens of folks over the years for engineering positions and the 3 main things I looked for were
a) Reasonable grades
b) Some sort of real life experience at the actual work or similar. Maybe a job, maybe volunteering, maybe school clubs.. something.
For civil engineering I'd like to see that you've done a bit of construction somewhere/somehow, or at least worked with plans.
c) That you seem likely to be reasonably easy to work with and able to comport yourself in a professional manner.
I.e. don't be a jerk, be nicely dressed, don't spill coffee on my desk ... etc.
What actual school you went to might end up as a tiebreaker but unless we're talking a difference like MIT vs. University of Dogpatch it's just not that important a detail.