Engineering student organizations are a vibrant and valuable part of the UCSB community. Students in the College of Engineering can participate in these campus organizations, which focus on science and engineering interests and professional advancement.
AIChE is national organization dedicated to promoting the professional development of its members through its programs and relationships with other student chapters.
ASME is a national organization dedicated to generating interest in mechanical engineering for students majoring in the field.
ACM is an international scientific and educational organization dedicated to advancing the arts, sciences, and applications of information technology and serving as a leading resource for computing professionals and students working in information technology.
The ESC provides the College of Engineering administration (e.g., the Deans, the Faculty Executive Committee and other key staff) a student perspective on relevant topics and makes recommendations throughout the year.
A nonprofit humanitarian organization dedicated to partnering with disadvantaged communities to improve their quality of life through implementation of environmentally and economically sustainable engineering projects, and developing internationally-responsible engineering students.
The EA is a business, entrepreneurship, and technology club that connects motivated students with successful entrepreneurs, professors, and each other through networking and workshops.
Eta Kappa Nu
A national honor society for academic recognition and camaraderie for electrical engineering and computer engineering majors.
IEEE is the world’s largest professional association for the advancement of technology. Our local IEEE chapter is dedicated to enhancing the educational and professional growth of students in electrical and computer engineering at UCSB.
A UCSB student organization dedicated to serving its members and the community to advance the study of math, science, and engineering. The group provides members with professional exposure, leadership opportunities, scholarships and helps inspire members to pursue the highest level of education.
The Machine Shop Club is a great way to learn about new machining techniques and explore current industry practices. Members also work on group projects every quarter and support individual projects. MSC works with the UCSB Machine Shop facility.
A national organization dedicated to promote the recruitment, retention, and successful graduation of African-American students in engineering and the sciences.
As a chapter of oSTEM Incorporated, UC Santa Barbara oSTEM aims to serve and affirm people who identify as LGBTQIA and to promote the participation from and development of LGBTQIA communities in STEM disciplines.
Pi Tau Sigma
Pi Tau Sigma is the international mechanical engineering honor society. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to join based on academic achievement.
The Robotics Club at UCSB is a project-oriented club composed of students interested in the many fields that intersect with robotics. Members participate in several competitions and work on other member-initiated projects.
The UCSB chapter of SACNAS strives to promote both minority students and diversity in the STEM fields through professional development events, guest speakers, community service events, and high school outreach programs.
SASE is dedicated to the advancement of heritage scientists and engineers in education and employment so that they can achieve their full career potential.
A national organization dedicated to providing a support system for women, increasing the understanding of engineering among women on a practical and theoretical basis, and enhancing professionalism of its members.
WiSE is an organization dedicated to providing a support network for women and girls in science and engineering at UCSB and in the Santa Barbara region.
WISH provides current and potential female students in the Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Electrical Engineering disciplines with a network and organization to help them succeed as undergraduate engineering students at UCSB to prepare for a career in industry and/or academia.