Student Organizations

Student Organizations

Joining and participating in student organizations and honor societies is a win/win situation.  Meeting new people, sharing ideas and working together towards a common goal provides opportunities and experiences that will stay with you for years to come.  Get involved and make a difference! Read, “All This and Engineering, Too!” to see how engineering students are engaged in activities across campus!

Honor Societies

Omega Chi Epsilon – Chemical
Chi Epsilon - Civil
Pi Tau Sigma - Mechanical
Tau Beta Pi - All of Engineering
Eta Kappa Nu - Electrical & Computer

Professional Development

AIAA - American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
AICHE - American Institute of Chemical Engineers
ASCE - American Society of Civil Engineers
ASME - American Society of Mechanical Engineers
ESC - Engineering Student Council
EGSC - Engineering Graduate Student Council
IEEE - Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers
ISPE - International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineers
ITE - Institute of Transportation Engineers
NOVACANE – Nova Community Action by New Engineers
NSBE - National Society of Black Engineers
NSPE - National Society of Professional Engineers
PEERS - Peers Enhancing Educational Resources for Students
SASE – Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers
SHPE – Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
SWE - Society of Women Engineers

Student Projects

Concrete Canoe
Formula SAE - Society of Automotive Engineers
GeoWall Competition
Steel Bridge

PEERS - Peers Enhancing Educational Resources for Students

A student organization providing peer mentoring to all students, with the emphasis on freshman and transitional students.

Contact Information

To learn more about College of Engineering Student Organizations, Honor Societies or PEERS, contact Gayle Doyle.

Time Management

Leadership Opportunities

Extra Curricular