A wide variety of clubs, societies and other organizations offer students enriching activities beyond the classroom. Students can learn new skills, make an impact through humanitarian projects, and participate in national and international competitions. Joining the student chapters of engineering societies is important for professional development and will serve as a stepping stone for a career in engineering. Find even more clubs at https://clubs.oregonstate.edu/findclubs.
This club, supported by the Valley Library and College of Engineering, is a campus resource for 3D printing needs and provides an outlet for students to print their own creations.
The Adaptive Technology Engineering Network focuses on accessible engineering for those with disabilities. Members of this club are provided opportunities to learn about what accessible engineering looks like in industry and society via guest speakers.
An organization for OSU community members who are, or wish to become licensed amateur radio operators. We especially welcome those who are interested in learning more about amateur radio!
The purpose of the organization is to promote research and education in the design and implementation of various aerospace engineering disciplines. Our student organization seeks to compete with other colleges and universities in engineering and design competitions.
Provides members with opportunities to practice app development and learn more about relevant topics. The club focuses on development for iOS, Android, and the web, and is open to working with many other platforms.
This club encourages education and provides experiences in the field of artificial intelligence.
To connect current, former, and affiliated graduate students of the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and any other graduate students interested in AI. Contact: email@example.com.
The Audio Engineering Club is a creative outlet and for exploring the various aspects of audio engineering.
Team dedicated to building and racing off-road vehicles in SAE’s mini-Baja competition.
The purpose of this organization is to promote exciting, independent, supplemental learning to the existing engineering curriculum. We accept all majors, disciplines and years of students.
Electric Transportation Club
Are you interested in electric skateboards, bikes, scooters, cars, and/or motorcycles? We are a growing community of enthusiasts who enjoy sharing, riding, and building these technologies together. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Engineering Speaking Club is designed to provide an environment for engineering students to practice and develop professional speaking skills. Contact: email@example.com.
The club's mission is to provide opportunities for players of all skill levels to engage in organized esports competitions, both on campus and online.
A community of gamers who love and enjoy video games of all genres over all platforms.
Engages elementary, middle school, and high school girls in topics related to the STEM fields, and to inspire girls to pursue careers related to these fields.
Global Formula Racing is an international cooperation between the BA Racing Team from Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg-Ravensburg, Germany, and the Beaver Racing Team from Oregon State University.
Strengthen the OSU community by fostering connections between students and building stronger programming skills through quarterly coding competitions and workshops.
Students who are interested in all things computer and IT related. Dedicated to learning, exploring, and playing with both hands on and virtual learning!
Inventors Enterprise is for dreamers — those courageous enough to pursue their ideas, and those who may need help along the way. IE is a place for the motivated and creative thinkers of our community to gather in the shared purpose of working together to advance our civilization on all fronts: technological, societal, and the overall welfare of humanity.
We are a group of students and community members in and around Oregon State University that believe in the use of and contribution to Free and Open Source Software (FOSS). In practice this means we contribute to the tools we use and the use the tools we love.
The Marine Renewable Energy Club is a student club supported by the Pacific Marine Energy Center. We foster a community of undergraduate and graduate students interested in marine renewable energy through networking, tours, socials, and workshops.
Out in STEM works to support young queer folx navigating the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. We strive to increase the visibility of LGBTQ+ individuals across STEM disciplines and create an affirming community that provides aid, empathy, and opportunity.
Project X is dedicated to connecting Oregon State University faculty interested in sponsoring outreach in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics fields with Oregon State University graduate and undergraduate students dedicated to completing STEAM outreach activities.
The purpose of the OSU Robotics Club is to empower ambitious students with resources to build robots for fun and competition, remove barriers from entry into robotics, create a path to success, and form a pipeline of engineering leaders. Projects include the Mars Rover and Aerial Robotics.
Connects current, former, and affiliated graduate students of the CoRIS Institute at Oregon State University's School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering and School Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Focus on gaining hands-on experience with vulnerabilities and attacks at both system and networking levels, and getting involved in the security community. There's no experience or knowledge required, only an interest in learning more about this incredibly important and expanding field!
The goal of the club is to provide students who share an interest in the science, engineering, and business of sports products, a community to discuss, learn, network, and further push the technology of sport.
Video Game Development Club
OSU Video Game Development Club provides students with experiential learning opportunities and collaboratively develop video games outside of the classroom. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The only place on campus to get involved with cutting edge VR/AR technology. We strive to connect students to unique opportunities through student led projects, industry affiliated tasks and public demonstrations of the technology.
Eta Kappa Nu (HKN)
A national honorary society for electrical and computer engineering majors with nearly 200 chapters at different universities. The top quarter of ECE juniors and top third of ECE seniors are invited to join HKN each Fall.
Tau Beta Pi is the only engineering honor society representing the entire engineering profession.
Student Chapters of Engineering Societies and Organizations
The mission of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society is to substantially increase the representation of American Indians and Alaskan Natives in science, technology, engineering and math studies and careers. Their nearly 3,000 members represent over 200 tribal nations.
The goal is to expose students to engineering by organizing students competitions, setting up industry tours, and bringing speakers to OSU. In 2016, the team earned second place at the Shell Eco-Marathon Americas competition with their vehicle, the Beaver Bolt.
The Oregon State University ACM Student Chapter is where people can meet and share interest in all things computer science. We also compete in the ACM ICPC (Inter-Collegiate Programming Competition) every year.
The goal of ACM-W student chapters is to recruit and retain women students in undergraduate and graduate computing programs. The chapters provide a variety of activities to educate women about the opportunities in the field of computing, engage them in exciting computing activities, connect them with women leaders in the field, and encourage them to promote the field of computing to young girls.
EWB-OSU is the Oregon State University student chapter of EWB-USA, a non-profit humanitarian organization established to partner with developing communities world-wide to improve their quality of life through the implementation of environmentally and economically sustainable engineering projects, while developing internationally responsible engineering students.
The OSU Chapter of IEEE is committed to furthering the professional development of the students of Oregon State University. To this end, they host seminars throughout the year that bring industry representatives and students together to facilitate professional networking and information dissemination. They also operate the OSU IEEE store, giving students access to electronic tools and parts for projects; empowering them to put into practice the knowledge gained in the classroom. IEEE is the world's largest professional association dedicated to advancing technology.
Material Research Society is a national organization that promotes communication for the advancement of interdisciplinary materials research and technology to improve the quality of life. The goal of the chapter is to introduce students to the discipline of materials science as well as foster connections between materials science students, faculty, and industry. Interdisciplinary collaboration between varied colleges and departments is highly encouraged.
The National Society of Black Engineers is one of the largest student-governed organizations in the country. NSBE’s mission is to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.
Benefits students by facilitating networking both within student groups and with industry professionals. OSU PES invites guest speakers from industry and academia to speak at OSU and to participate in industry field trips where they get to meet with industry professionals and tour facilities associated with power systems.
SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development.
SASE is dedicated to the advancement of Asian heritage scientists and engineers in education and employment so that they can achieve their full career potential. In addition to professional development, SASE also encourages members to contribute to the enhancement of the communities in which they live.
Designs, manufactures and competes a Formula car and Mini-Baja car at worldwide competitions across the country.
Aims to fully represent the vision and goals of the national organization, the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers to increase educational opportunities, promoting professional and personal growth, reinforcing our commitment as a vital Hispanic organization.
To empower all through an inclusive, innovative, ever-expanding array of high quality programs that provide resources for all generations of women in technical fields. SWE has approximately 27,000 members in nearly 100 professional sections and 300 student sections throughout the United States.
GradSWE shares the Society of Women Engineers' mission with an additional focus on developing community among engineering graduate students at OSU and offering unique professional development opportunities. Members of all genders are welcome.