Student Organizations

Artineers Club

A project-based group sponsored by the Virginia A. Myers NEXUS of Engineering and the Arts in the College of Engineering. The organization will provide opportunities for Engineering students to explore the intersection of the Arts, Engineering, and the Sciences through cross-disciplinary,...

Chi Epsilon

Honorary organization affiliated with Civil and Environmental Engineering. Chi Epsilon was founded in 1922 to recognize and honor civil engineering students and professionals, and now has 131 active chapters at universities across the United States. It is widely recognized in the profession and...

Continental Crossings

Continental Crossings is associated with the nonprofit organization of Engineers in Action (EIA). Historically, our primary focus has been to connect students to projects with EIA in the form of building pedestrian footbridges in Bolivia, Eswatini, and Ecuador.

Our main goal is to...

HackIowa

The mission of HackIowa is to provide a wealth of opportunities to students of the University of Iowa who are interested in technology and computer science. We have two distinct directives we follow to achieve this goal. The first is to promote student involvement in hackathons, weekend-long...

Hyperloop Club

The purpose of the University of Iowa Hyperloop club is to bring together students interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math into a collaborative, technical team that builds a Hyperloop pod and competes in the SpaceX Hyperloop competition. While working toward the competition,...

Iowa 3D Club

Organization focused on the professional development of students through projects and events including all disciplines the University of Iowa has to offer. The University of Iowa 3D Club is a non-profit, student-run...

Omega Chi Epsilon

Omega Chi Epsilon is a national chemical engineering honors fraternity comprised of chemical engineers who have proven themselves academically as well as in leadership and character. The Alpha Phi chapter at the University of Iowa seeks to support a sense of community among chemical engineers in...

Robotics Club

Comprehensive organization focused on robotics. The purpose of the University of Iowa Robotics Club is to further student education and provide a medium through which students and community members can develop their skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The aim of this club...

Tau Beta Pi

Tau Beta Pi is a National Engineering Honor Society. The purpose of Tau Beta Pi is to recognize outstanding engineering students and foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering college through community service, college activities, and fellowship.

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