AIAA is a collection of various undergraduate teams participating in high power rocketry and robotics competitions. Stop by to learn about spring break trips, social events and more.
ASCE supplements students’ coursework with professional engineering experiences and promotes fellowship among students in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department.
GLE Student Chapter provides a way for students interested in geology and engineering to explore both fields, interact with fellow students, and develop professionally.
IISE is a student-run organization that is dedicated to the professional, educational, and social development of future industrial engineers.
SME is a society organized by students who are interested in manufacturing engineering.
AIChE is a national professional chemical engineering organization that provides chemical engineers with news from industry and research as well as a forum to gather members together.
ASME promotes student development in
the Mechanical Engineering discipline
through industry, academic, and community involvement.
The Society’s mission is to promote the discovery and exchange of knowledge concerning the characteristics of human beings that are applicable to the design of systems and devices of all kinds.
ITE is a group of students who are from different disciplines and educational backgrounds but have a common interest in transportation.
The SPE Student Chapter provides the opportunity to learn about cutting-edge technology relating to plastics, plastics processing, and computer simulation.
ANS brings students together to network with professionals, share research, and meet other students. We also take part in tours of local companies in industry and have guest speakers regularly.
BMES provides opportunities for
membership development for biomedical engineers in several major areas: academic, personal, professional, outreach and social.
IEEE is a professional organization for those interested in the fields of electronics and computer sciences. We host Tech Talks, electronics projects, and social events.
MA/AFS provides students with access to a wide variety of metalworking resources, including scholarships and grants, career development, and technical informa