The college and its departments sponsor a wide variety of student clubs. Involvement in these
clubs allows students to develop closer ties with faculty and other students in the same major. It also
gives students the opportunity to work in study groups, join professional organizations, gain career
information, participate in professional seminars and tours, and attend social activities.
Clubs available to students are the American Institute for Aeronautics and
Astronautics (AIAA), American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME),
Association for Computing Machinery
Engineering Society (BMES), College Women in Computing Club (CWCC), Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Institute of Electrical
and Electronics Engineers Computer
Society (IEEE/CS), Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE), Keramos and Ceramic Engineering Club (KCEC), National Society
of Black Engineers (NSBE),
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), Society of
Women Engineers (SWE), Student Government, and the Wright Engineering Council (WEC). The Wright Engineering Council promotes
cooperation among all of the college clubs
and fosters professional and social growth. A college-wide club fair is held
annually in the fall to encourage membership. Students may contact the departments
or the college office for information on
joining any of the clubs.
The college also sponsors the Ohio Mu chapter of the Tau Beta Pi national engineering honor
society. Student membership in Tau Beta Pi is based on high academic achievement.