Student Organizations

(Photo Above: UI Bridges to Prosperity Student Chapter, Continental Crossings, receives Team of the Year Award with alum, Ethan Gingerich, receiving Bridge Builder of the Year Award at the Bridge Builders Conference this past fall in Tennessee)

Role of the College
The College of Engineering is invested in creating opportunities for students to further develop their leadership skills and to become more engaged and committed student leaders.  In turn, student orgs are empowered to maximize their impact around the college, the university and the community. 

The College of Engineering has more than 30 recognized student organizations comprised of honors organizations, departmental and multi-disciplinary organizations, women, minority and professional organizations, and industry specific organizations. The Student Development Center (SDC), Dean’s Office and Engineering Student Council work together to support recognized student organizations in the college by:

-Creating continuity among organizations from year-to-year and easing officer transition
-Promoting engagement and collaboration among students, organizations and other university groups
-Celebrating the accomplishments and successes of our student leaders
-Providing funding opportunities and guidance on budget management and fund raising

Benefits to Recognized Student Organizations
-Access to Student Organization Room, 3517 SC, for small group and committee meetings and other facilities around the building as needed and available
-Bulletin Board Space in the Seamans Center
-Marketing Around Seamans Center - Slides on LCD Monitors/Targeted Emails
-Printing of Flyers and Organizational Documents
-Funding Opportunities Administered by Engineering Student Council
-Connections with Alumni and Companies for Seminars, Speakers, etc.
-Advisor Support and Resources
-Web Site Hosting/Organizational Email

Engineering student organizations are encouraged to stay connected and utilize the resources of the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership. And remember to register on Orgsync!

See all student organizations in the College of Engineering


Student Organizations

New student pilot chapter focused on career development, research and advocacy centered around the wind industry. (updated for 2014-2015)

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Professional and technical organization affiliated with Biomedical Engineering. (updated for 2014-2015)

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Honorary organization affiliated with Civil and Environmental Engineering.

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Student Chapter of Bridges to Prosperity.  (updated for 2014-2015)

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Comprehensive organization affiliated with the College of Engineering that acts as the liaison between the undergraduate student body and the Dean's Office. (updated for 2014-2015)

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Engineering World Health is a non-profit organization mobilizing the biomedical engineering community to improve the quality of health care in hospitals serving resource-poor communities of the dev