Engineering students are invited to participate in engineering-related clubs and professional organizations at the University of Utah. They provide opportunities for leadership, friendship, social networking, and professional networking.

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To register your club, click here. Once registered your club will show up on this website as well as our listing below.


Student organizations can apply for funding from the Associated Students of the University of Utah (ASUU). Please click here for more information.

To apply for College of Engineering student group reimbursement funds, please read our student group guidelines then apply here.

We are a student chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. The AIAA promotes the study of aeronautics and astronautics at the University of Utah, helping students to find related employment, sponsored projects for student participation, and organizes activities that complement aerospace education.

AIChE (American Institute of Chemical Engineers) is the international association of Chemical Engineers. The University of Utah AIChE Student Chapter provides you the opportunity to be involved in Chemical Engineering in many different manners. As a member, you will have the opportunity to build networks with the chemical engineering community through participating in our Industry Outreach Program. The Industry Outreach Program has been designed to help you find Full-Time jobs and internships by making vital connections with our Industry Partners. AIChE has been working hard to provide to its members exclusive access to recruiters through the On Campus Industry Presentations, Industry Tours, and our premier Fall Recruiting Banquet tailored to help you find the right job. Our commitment is to encourage academic and professional progress by providing all of the necessary resources for your success.

Instagram: @uofu_aiche

The American Nuclear Society Chapter at the University of Utah is a professional and outreach organization composed of undergraduate and graduate students interested in nuclear energy and its applications. ANSSC promotes nuclear education in order to inform the public of the benefits of nuclear energy and to recruit students into the University of Utah.

The American Society of Civil Engineers student chapter at the University of Utah provides many opportunities for students to apply their engineering knowledge to real problems while giving back to the community. Our goal is to provide students with experiences outside the classroom that will prepare them for a professional career.

Instagram: @uofu.asce

The primary purpose of the ASSP is to support, sustain, and build camaraderie between voluntary peer mentors in either the Mechanical Engineering Department or the Rocky Mountain Center of Environmental Health (RMCOEH) at the University of Utah.

ASHRAE Student Branch at the University of Utah

The ASHRAE Student Branch will bring in professional and educational development opportunities related to building systems engineering offered by the ASHRAE Society to the student body of the University of Utah.

Welcome to the Association for Computing Machinery at the University of Utah (ACM@UofU). We hope to see ACM become one of the best networking and career resources for computing students at the U. We run tech talks and career focused events for technically minded students, bringing in companies from around the valley to drive technical conversations and share career opportunities. All students are welcome to attend any of our events, and can sign up for our mailing list at If you’d like to get more involved, we’re looking for volunteers who can help us plan and carry out events for this and future semesters; shoot us an email at to let us know!

How to Get Involved
Best way to get involved is to get on our mailing list. We only send emails when events or exciting computing opportunities arise.

The Biomedical engineering GSAC is the official self-governance organization, which represents the graduate student body of the Department of Bioengineering at the University of Utah.

This is a student group affiliated with the Biomedical Engineering Society. It seeks to help students in biomedical engineering develop professionally and interpersonally.

What is the Chem-E Car?
In short, it’s an engineering competition sponsored by AICHE. For many of our undergraduates, it’s a chance to learn valuable engineering and team working skills, while having a good time getting to know their peers and professors.

In this competition, teams from various universities design and construct chemically powered vehicles. These vehicles must operate safely, and be able to carry a certain weight in cargo some set distance, using only a chemical reaction as a stopping mechanism. Winning vehicles are those that safely carry their cargo the prescribed distance. The top three cars in the AICHE regional competition may then go on to compete in the nationals.

How to Get Involved
To get involved, reach out to our club Advisor Professor Anthony Butterfield at or request to join the following Canvas course for ChemE Car. You can also find us at our weekly meetings in the Meldrum Innovation Lab MEB 1292.

How to Get Involved
Students can become involved with Chemical Engineering Outreach by ‘applying’ for membership on our website at From here, a program representative will reach out and personally how to get involved.

The EAE SAC is an organization representing students in the Entertainment Arts and Engineering Program. EAE SAC members follow the guidelines for Student Advisory Committees, set out in the University of Utah’s SAC Handbook.

IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering) is a professional organization whose aim is helping students build their professional identity in IEEE fields, including Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. The University of Utah IEEE Student Chapter represents the University of Utah section of IEEE with a specific mission to provide a sense of community in IEEE fields at the University and among the University, professional, and academic IEEE members.

The Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) is one of the largest and fastest growing educational and scientific multimodal professional transportation organizations in the world. As a chapter of the national ITE group, we help students get involved in transportation projects and become acquainted with the professional transportation employment. We have activities that further the knowledge of transportation engineering, fund raisers, and service projects that help students become familiar with the transportation profession. We are very active, attend nationwide conferences and enthusiastically participate in many ITE events. Student members have access to an abundance of information and resources to help them improve their understanding and status as an engineer. ITE helps students grow as a professional, advance in their individual field of endeavor, and make a positive contribution to society. Our chapter has great relationships with the people in the industry and professional ITE chapters. We bring guest speakers and go to field trips. We organize student seminars, where each of us has an opportunity to present and discuss his/her work. We have great faculty advisors who put a lot of time and effort in supporting our chapter.

The main purpose of the club is to research, discuss and share ideas in the field of water resources and water quality. Students may join IWR through our Campus Connect website and/or sending an email to to get on our event email list.

Twitter: @IWR_uofu

Material Advantage Student Chapter is a Chapter located within the Department of Metallurgical Engineering in the College of Mines and Earth Science at the University of Utah. This chapter competes in student competitions throughout the United States of America. Other then the student competitions we are interested in learning more about material that are used throughout the day and world.

The primary purpose of the MEMS is to support, sustain, and build comradery between voluntary peer mentors and mentees in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Utah.

Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Student Advisory Committee (SAC) is charged with representing students in the formal faculty review process RPT (Retention, Promotion, and Tenure). the ME USAC responsibilities at times include the following: Promoting student organizations Promoting department activities Coordinating course evaluations Coordinating community outreach activities Representing student views at Curriculum committee meetings.

The National Society of Black Engineers strives to accomplish the following objectives for our organization:

  • Stimulate and develop student interest in the various engineering disciplines
  • Strive to increase the number of minority students studying engineering at both the undergraduate and graduate levels
  • Encourage members to seek advanced degrees in engineering or related fields and to obtain professional engineering registrations
  • Promote public awareness of engineering and the opportunities for Blacks and other minorities in that profession
  • Function as a representative body on issues and developments that affect the careers of Black Engineers



The Organization for Women Leaders in Science is an academic club at the University of Utah committed to the advancement of women’s equality in the field of science. To that end, the Organization seeks to promote the positive interaction of individuals dedicated to this cause for their mutual benefit and success. We believe that by joining together to encourage the scientific and individual interests of past, present, and future women in science the wider scientific community and society as a whole will profit from their contributions.

The Organization of Women in Science (OWS) is a club designed to promote and support women in science as well as allow for women in the different fields of sciences (including engineering and math) to interact. OWS meets once a month for activities and field trips that explore a certain field of science. Men who support women in science are also welcome to join.

We envision a world where LGBTQ people in the STEM community are empowered to achieve success in a safe and supportive environment that celebrates their diversity and unique contributions.

oSTEM empowers LGBTQ people in STEM to succeed personally, academically, and professionally by cultivating environments and communities that nurture innovation, leadership, and advocacy.

oSTEM at the University of Utah is focused on creating a community for LGBTQ students and faculty to come together. We will generally have several events a month, ranging from study groups, to socials, and speakers.

Check out our Facebook for announcements and upcoming events!

Twitter: @oSTEMUtah | Instagram: @ostemutah

This club is for students interested in researching, testing and implementing autonomy in robotics.

The RoboUtes bring together individuals with an interest in robotics. Come learn about robotics, gain skills, and tackle challenging problems in an atmosphere of collaboration, creativity, and learning. We welcome all experience levels and all majors.

This is an organization for students who would like to volunteer to help the Science Olympiad Competitions and deliver science and engineering outreach activities to the community.

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) SHPE is the leading social-technical organization whose primary function is to enhance and achieve the potential of Hispanics in engineering, math and science. The society is committed to improving the overall culture of engineering at the University of Utah through diversity.

Instagram: @uofushpe

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE), founded in 1950, is a not-for-profit educational and service organization. SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career aspiration for women. SWE empowers women to succeed and advance in those aspirations and be recognized for their life-changing contributions and achievements as engineers and leaders.

Instagram: @uofuswe

We are a society in charge of promoting energy industry, in particular oil and gas industry among the students and welcome them into the world of petroleum engineers. We strives to technically enhance our student members while providing networking opportunities for both our students and the personals from the energy industry.

The STEM Outreach Volunteer Program organizes and runs STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) programs in schools in the Salt Lake area. Members will volunteer to run programs in grade schools to help inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers.

Regarded worldwide as one of the most prestigious design, engineering, and marketing competitions, “Formula SAE® is a student design competition organized by SAE International (formerly known as the Society of Automotive Engineers). The concept behind Formula SAE is that a fictional manufacturing company has contracted a design team to develop a small Formula-style racecar. The prototype racecar is to be evaluated for its potential as a production item.” “Formula SAE promotes careers and excellence in engineering [and other majors] as it encompasses all aspects of the automotive industry including research, design, manufacturing, testing, developing, marketing, management and finances. Formula SAE takes students out of the classroom and allows them to apply textbook theories to real work experiences.”

Triangle is a fraternity for Science, Engineering and Architecture majors. We focus on academic and social excellence, brotherhood, philanthropy and connections for professional success.

The Utah Student Robotics group is an exciting opportunity for students to develop skills in robotics, autonomous mining, and systems engineering while simultaneously engaging the community in fostering an understanding about the role of mining and robotics in our daily lives. The purpose of this group is to build a robot for the NASA Lunabotics Competition (Formally known as NASA RMC) We are open to students of all disciplines, please email us at for more information.

Women in Computing is a place where women (and allies) can come to build relationships, network, support each other, and further develop their skills and careers. Our goal is to create a community for women within the Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and other related fields.

For more information, contact Craig Clifford at
These clubs are found at the university but are not sponsored by the university.