Student Organizations

For those who want to enhance their learning opportunities, the College of Engineering offers multiple student organizations. These are active, collaborative, networking groups that connect you with like-minded peers, faculty, and professionals.

Student organizations

There are Drexel organizations for engineers and architects interested in the building industry; for aeronautics and astronautics students; for the HVAC community; for computer students; for advanced technologies and sustainability students; and for materials engineers, among many others, including diversity-based groups like the National Society of Black Engineers and the Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers.

Over 20 groups are designed for undergraduates, with an additional eight for graduate students.

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Undergraduate

These organizations are primarily for undergraduate engineering students.

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)

The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics student section at Drexel University is a student organization that is dedicated to the continuing education of its members in the field of aerospace science and engineering. The club promotes trips to museums, educational trips and adventure trips equally, and provides opportunities to hear from guest speakers and get involved in exciting projects.

American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)

DUASHRAE is the Drexel student branch of the nationally recognized American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air-conditioning Engineers. DU ASHRAE members participate in Philadelphia Chapter ASHRAE events such as bowling nights and other networking events. They also organize events such as facility and factory mechanical system tours, information sessions, and guest speakers from the HVAC community.

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American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

ASME is an international society that creates governing standards, offers education and provides networking opportunities for mechanical engineers.

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Drexel Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Association (DBUA)

DBUA strives to encourage undergraduate participation in the BME community at Drexel and beyond, by organizing and participating in a large array of events, from lectures with distinguished professionals to volunteering for charity. DBUA seeks to both stimulate academic curiosity about biomedical engineering and promote camaraderie within its student population.

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Pi Tau Sigma (PTS)

Pi Tau Sigma, Drexel Xi Chapter, is a national honorary society for mechanical engineers. Students must be in the top 25% of their Junior class or in the top 35% of their Senior class to be invited to join Pi Tau Sigma (PTS). PTS is actively involved with the MEM Department at Drexel and strives to foster a community, which promotes the academic success of its members. Pi Tau Sigma frequently hosts events such as industry presentations, FE Exam reviews, industry tours, social events, and provides and opportunity for students to give back to their community.

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Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)

SME promotes an increased awareness of manufacturing engineering and keeps manufacturing professionals up to date on leading trends and technologies.

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Graduate

These organizations are primarily for graduate students in engineering.

Mechanical Engineering Graduate Association (MEGA)

MEGA provides avenues through which graduate students within and outside of Mechanical Engineering can network and disseminate information directly related to the success and health of the student body.

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