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 Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

ASCE promotes greater understanding of civil engineering through speakers, workshops, conferences, professional and social events. The concrete canoe and steel bridge teams are two important facets of ASCE.

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Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honors Society

Chi Epsilon is an honors society for civil, environmental, and architectural engineering majors. This organization fosters academic excellence among our student body and the CAEE department. Membership is by invitation based on academic accomplishment.

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Drexel Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI)

AEI is a collaborative group of engineers, architects, and others who are interested in the building industry. Events such as building tours and professional lectures are offered to members.

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Drexel Smart House (DSH)

Drexel Smart House is a student-led multidisciplinary project to promote undergraduate research and public involvement in sustainability and advanced technologies through the Smart House on 35th and Race Streets. The purpose of this project is threefold: to develop a mixed-use space promoting undergraduate research focused on advanced technologies and sustainable living; to create a community focused on personal responsibility with respect to sustainable living; to connect student research with the professional world.

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Engineers Without Borders (EWB)

EWB is a non-profit organization that advocates sustainable engineering projects in various regions of the world. EWB partners with disadvantaged communities to improve their quality of life through implementation of environmentally and economically sustainable engineering projects.

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Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

SWE is a diverse and active organization which focuses on stimulating women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders. Activities include outreach programs, professional speakers, social events, a weekend retreat and the annual regional and national conferences.

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