Undergraduate Student Organizations
Specific to the College of Engineering
AIChE (American Institute of Chemical Engineers)
AIChE provides valuable links to the world of chemical engineering. Students can engage themselves in chemical engineering academically and professionally through activities like the ChemE car competition, guest speakers, plant tours and social events. For more information, please visit the AIChE website.
ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers)
ASCE promotes greater understanding of civil engineering through speakers, workshops, conferences, professional and social events. The concrete canoe and steel bridge teams are two important facets of ASCE. For more information, please visit the ASCE website.
ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
ASME is an international society that creates governing standards, offers education and provides networking opportunities for mechanical engineers. For more information, please visit the ASME website.
DEC (Drexel Energy Club)
DEC fosters understanding of the technological, economic, environmental and sociopolitical issues surrounding energy generation and use. DEC’s projects include acting as advocates for sound energy policy at Drexel and within the Philadelphia area, affecting Philadelphia and regional energy policy, involving students professionally in the energy industry by way of co-op and working with the Steinbright Career Development Center (SCDC) to make more energy jobs an option for students. For more information on DEC, please contact Lisa Leone at firstname.lastname@example.org or Drexelenergyclub@gmail.com.
EWB (Engineers Without Borders)
EWB is a non-profit organization that advocates sustainable engineering projects in various regions of the world. EWB partners with disadvantaged communities to improve their quality of life through implementation of environmentally and economically sustainable engineering projects. For more information, please visit the EWB website.
FSAE (Formula SAE)
FSAE is an international collegiate competition where students design, build and complete and small-scale, open-wheel race car. Students gain hands-on experience in current manufacturing techniques, state-of-the-art engineering anaylsis software, metal and composites fabrication and racecar setup and timing. For more information, please visit the FSAE website.
IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers)
IEEE advances the theory and practice of electrical, electronics, computer engineering and computer science by hosting technical speakers and social events throughout the year. For more information, please visit the IEEE website.
Material Advantage provides students with a low-cost way to be a member of four materials professional societies: The American Ceramic Society (ACerS), Association for Iron & Steel Technology (AIST), ASM International, and The Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society (TMS). Student members have the opportunity to apply for scholarships, network with industry professional, research, find co-ops and become a part of the thriving materials community. For more information, please visit the Material Advantage website.
NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers)
NSBE strives to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community. For more information, please visit the NSBE website.
SWE (Society of Women Engineers)
SWE is a diverse and active organization which focuses on stimulating women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders. Activities include outreach programs, professional speakers, social events, a weekend retreat and the annual regional and national conferences. For more information, please visit the SWE website.
TechServ helps bridge the Digital Divide in the Philadelphia area, primarily by refurbishing computers and donating them to non-profit organizations in need. TechServ also hosts student-organization websites and technology-related workshops, while organizing events throughout the year. For more information, please visit the TechServ website.
USGA (Undergraduate Student Government Association)
USGA is a group of student elected individuals who work together to address students’ concerns about academics, student life and campus life. The association is proactive in making Drexel University a better place to live, learn and grow. For more information, please visit the USGA website.
View all of Drexel’s student organizations at the Office for Campus Activities.
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