Our student organizations are the heart of the Grainger Engineering community. They provide hands-on engineering experience, community outreach, networking with peers, and leadership opportunities. They give students the chance to explore their passions, make like-minded friends, and make a difference in the community.
engineering societies and organizations
Engineering Council (EC)
Engineering Council is where students can find their voice. This organization oversees the 60+ professional and honor societies, host the Employment Expo and Engineering Open House, works with college administrators, and leadership and networking opportunities.
Engineering Ambassadors (EA)
Engineering Ambassadors helps inspire the next generation of STEM students. These ambassadors serve as role models of engineering to those who are classically underrepresented and underserved in engineering fields. These well-trained ambassadors seek to change the conversation about what it means to be an engineer by focusing on how engineers are positively impacting the health, happiness, and safety of our world.
Engineering Student Alumni Ambassadors (ESAA)
Engineering Student Alumni Ambassadors plan and host events and programs to increase student-alumni relations. This provides valuable networking experiences and helps students becomes engaged alumni after graduation.
Office for Technical Consulting Resources (OTCR)
Office for Technical Consulting Resources is a non-profit consulting organization run by extremely bright and technically proficient students. This entirely student-run delivers, outstanding solutions to clients for their unique business challenges, accelerate slearning in a high-energy environment to prepare our students to become leaders in a variety of different careers. OTCR is comprised of 50 top students, primarily from the Colleges of Engineering and Business, and has advised clients ranging in size from Fortune 500 corporations to small businesses in a variety of industries and practice areas for over 10 years.
Broaden your horizons
Engineering students aren’t limited to just engineering. University-wide, there are over 1,000 Registered Student Organizations. You can find friends from across campus with similar interests, stay involved with your hobbies, or try something totally new. There’s no limit to what you can discover.