A number of engineering organizations and honor societies have been chartered by the College to enhance professional and social student development. Here is the PDF version of the contact list of our student organizations.

  • Student Executive Council (SEC)

    The Student Executive Council serves as an advisory board and liaison between the student organizations and the college of Engineering. The council is comprised of the College of Engineering's student organization presidents or their designee, the Associate Dean, Director of Student Services, and the Recruitment Coordinator. Meetings are scheduled regularly once a month during the fall and spring semesters. Representatives from other departments or programs are welcome to attend regularly scheduled meetings and address the Council on upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, or request feedback from the group.

  • Student Leadership Council (SLC)

    The Student Leadership Council serves as a liaison between the College's student organizations and the Student Government Association by allocating event funds to our registered student organizations. Student organizations may request funds from the SLC in order to support organization sponsored events or programs such as a bowling, pool, and pizza night at one of the campus' bowling alleys. Events must be open to all engineering students and require no cost to the student to participate in order to be considered for funding. The council is comprised of a diverse population of students ranging across all disciplines and classifications (Freshman-Senior).

    Organizations can request funds by completing a Student Leadership Council Funds Request Form. Completed forms are due on the first Thursday of each month by 5:00 PM to Troy Mahler in room, B-223A. SLC meetings will be held the following Monday to allow organizations to present their proposal prior to a committee vote on funding.

  • American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)

    The purpose of this organization is to provide professional enrichment and social support to all undergraduate students in the Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering. The AIChE student chapter promotes beneficial interactions between our chemical engineering undergraduate students and industry representatives, university faculty and administrators, and chemical engineering students from other colleges and universities. Chapter activities include hosting industry speakers, charitable volunteerism, industrial plant tours, participating in conferences, tutoring underclassmen, and service projects. http://studentgroups.fsu.edu/organization/americaninstituteofchemicalengineers

  • American Society of Civil Engineers-Florida Engineering Society (ASCE-FSE)

    Our joint organization is composed of the FAMU-FSU student chapters of the American Society of Engineers and the Florida Engineering Society Our student chapter's mission is to help bring students together and increase interest in the civil engineering discipline not only through meetings but with events such as community service and student conferences.
    http://eng.fsu.edu/asce

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

    The American Society of Mechanical Engineers is a student organization here at the COE that is dedicated to professional development, technical skill enhancement, and networking. Every semester we strive to bring our members industry tours, design competitions, career enhancement, guest speakers, and socials. We accept new members from every discipline all year long and would love to see you soon.

  • Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)

    The FAMU-FSU Student Chapter of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) has taken on the role of colloquium and extracurricular organizer for interested engineering and biomedical students. Through interaction with professionals, BME centered activities, volunteer opportunities, and social events, the FAMU-FSU BMES prides itself as THE place for undergraduate and graduate students to broaden their view of the BME discipline and its place in evolving biomedical research, clinical applications and industrial settings on a world stage.

  • Civil Engineering Honor Society (CEHS)

    The Civil Engineering Honor Society recognizes the exemplary scholastic achievements of Civil engineering students and promotes development of characteristics that are fundamental to the pursuit of a successful engineering career. CEHS strives to give back to the community and College of Engineering through various service events.

  • Electrochemical Society (ECS)

    Electrochemical Society (ECS) North Florida Student Chapter is giving students an opportunity to understand electrochemical and solid-state sciences, to have a venue for meeting fellow students, and to receive recognition for their organized scholarly activities and community services. ECS holds its own technical meetings for the presentation and discussion of professional and scientific papers, and sponsors others; publishes papers, discussions, and other communications; and cooperates with other scientific and technical societies. This ECS North Florida Student Chapter was started at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering in spring 2014.

  • Eta Kappa Nu (ΗΚΝ)

    Eta Kappa Nu is the national electrical and computer engineering honor society in the United States founded in October 1904 by Maurice L. Carr at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The organization currently has more than 200 student chapters and about 250,000 members and is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. The Lambda Delta chapter of Eta Kappa Nu was started at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering in spring 2009. http://eng.fsu.edu/hkn/

  • Engineers Without Borders (EWB)

    Engineers Without Borders is a non-profit organization that advocates and has an interest in helping developing countries improve their quality of life through dependable and sustainable engineering designs. Our vision is a world where all people have access to adequate sanitation, safe drinking water, and the resources to meet their various needs through environmentally friendly solutions. FAMU-FSU EWB is always interested in students that share our desire for helping developing countries and helping educate the world on the importance of applying sustainable solutions. http://eng.fsu.edu/ewb/

  • Florida Water Environment Association (FWEA)

    The Florida Water Environment Association is an organization focused on all water quality issues, and the best ways to solve them sustainably. We compete in a design competition every year in which we attempt to solve a current water quality problem using cutting edge techniques and knowledge gained at our university.

  • Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers (IEEE)

    The Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engine is a professional society and non-profit organization, IEEE is the world's leading professional association for the advancement of technology. As a student chapter, we are dedicated to the advancement of our members towards their pre-graduation academic goals and their post graduation professional goals. Members receive hands-on experience through projects like the all electric formula car, soldering workshops, and the IEEE SoutheastCon Competition. http://eng.fsu.edu/ieee/

  • Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE)

    An Industrial Engineering student organization committed to developing professional, leadership, academic, and social networks that openly educates and promotes the Industrial Engineering profession to all students regardless of their disciplines.

  • Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE)

    Engineering club that promotes interest in structural engineering (bridges, buildings, tunnels, dams etc). We participate in research demonstrations, design competitions, site visits, and social events. Anyone who is interested is always welcome to join! https://nolecentral.dsa.fsu.edu/organization/istructe

  • National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

    The National Society of Black Engineers is a professional organization on a mission to "Increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community". Here at the FAMU-FSU Chapter it is our goal to produce well rounded students and provide them with assistance in every aspect of their lives whether it be academic, professional, or social. We aim to make sure our members receive as much as they can out of their college experience. http://eng.fsu.edu/nsbe/

  • Society of Automotive Engineering (SAE)

    The Society of Automotive Engineers is an internationally recognized group of individuals dedicated to the advancement of self-propelled vehicles and system knowledge. We, at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, seek to uphold the national standards by promoting vehicle-design education and encouraging innovation. Our student chapter emphasizes learning through hands-on projects and provides a physical supplement to the theory taught in the classroom.

  • Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)

    SHPE is the source for quality Hispanic engineers and technical talent. The organization is the leading social-technical organization whose primary function is to enhance and achieve the potential of Hispanics in engineering, math and science. http://eng.fsu.edu/shpe/

  • Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)

    one of the major benefits of joining SPE and networking is employment opportunities. As a matter of fact, SPE has already been the link for several students obtaining jobs in the oil and gas industry with members working at companies such as Shell, Exxon, and Halliburton. http://eng.fsu.edu/spe/

  • Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

    The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) has given women engineers a unique place and voice within the engineering industry. Their organization is centered around a passion for their members' success and continues to evolve with the challenges and opportunities reflected in today's exciting engineering and technology specialties. http://eng.fsu.edu/swe/ or email FAMU-FSU COE SWE

  • Student Rocketry Club (SRC)

    The SRC is the student run rocketry club at FSU. The club has a dual venture of launching rockets and working with local schools and organizations to broaden the passion of math and science of younger kids.

  • Tau Beta Pi (TBP)

    Tau Beta Pi is the only honor society to represent the profession of engineering as a whole. The society is also the nation's second oldest honor society. The Tau Beta Pi Florida Eta chapter represents the FAMU / FSU College of Engineering's top students of all departments. The chapter works in the community volunteering at charities and performing community outreach activities. http://eng.fsu.edu/tbp/

  • Theta Tau

    Theta Tau is a co-ed, interdisciplinary, professional engineering fraternity. Furthermore, Theta Tau is the oldest, largest, and foremost Fraternity for Engineers. Since its founding at the University of Minnesota in 1904, over 35,000 have been initiated. With emphasis on quality and a strong fraternal bond, the Fraternity has chapters only at ABET accredited schools and limits the number of student members in any one of its chapters across the nation. For more information please contact our rush chair at fsuthetataurush@gmail.com or visit our national page at http://thetatau.org/

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