Student Clubs & Organizations
Some clubs and organizations are tied to MGE and others appeal to all engineering students. All of them offer fantastic opportunities to network, develop leadership skills and form lifelong friendships. Visit UA Engineering for a list of all clubs and organizations, and see below for MGE’s sampling.
Celebrate Club Successes
In this recent UA College of Engineering story about touring with teammates, see how students characterize their club experiences.
- UA Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration members partner with the mining community to do award-winning education and outreach.
- Join more than 4,000 members of the International Society for Explosives Engineers in nearly 100 countries advancing the science and art of explosives engineering.
- Stay connected with the applied geology community through membership in the Association of Environmental Engineering Geologists.
- Find out how to get involved in the Engineering Student Council, the college's student governing body.
- Members of the UA chapter of Tau Beta Pi, the National Engineering Honor Society, uphold and advance the integrity, honor and dignity of the engineering profession.
- Engineering Ambassadors represent the College of Engineering at recruitment, industry and alumni events. They lead campus and lab tours and participate in student panels.
- CATalyst does fun STEM outreach with local elementary, middle and high school students.
- Start living your dream in UA's Engineers Without Borders chapter, and make a difference for people in your communities and around the world.
- Help the UA Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers organize its next STEM community event, network at an organization conference, support classmates and make friends.
- The Society of Women Engineers supports students and ensures women are recognized for their life-changing engineering and leadership contributions and achievements.
- National Society of Black Engineers students excel academically, succeed professionally and positively affect their communities.