College of Science & Engineering

Student Clubs

Student Clubs

  • A group of people in black and white t-shirts, walking away from the viewer
  • Society of Manufacturing Engineers club receiving awards on stage
  • Society of Women Engineers at a conference
  • A group photo of the team in black and white shirts
  • IEE Club visiting PACCAR for a tour of the Technical Center in Mt. Vernon.
  • Society of Women Engineers at Regional Conference in Seattle
  • SWE outreach event 2016
  • IDSA Students Visiting Boeing

There are many student clubs affiliated with the Engineering & Design Department. Students are strongly encouraged to participate in one or more clubs. They provide excellent professional development and networking opportunities, in addition to providing a great way to extend classroom knowledge. Learn more about each club on their pages listed in the menu to the left. 

"Get involved with clubs that do engineering activities like Formula SAE, IEEE Chapter, the Oceania Technology Club or the Robotics Club.  Don't be afraid of getting involved when you know little to nothing about these clubs or projects. You will likely end up learning things you won't cover in your studies.  It is time consuming, but rewarding."
- Riley Murray, Junior, Electrical Engineering