The Office of Student Affairs coordinates and provides support for all 150+ engineering-affiliated student organizations. These organizations provide an amazing opportunity to advance your leadership, team development, technical skills, and engineering knowledge.
To explore which organizations might be a good fit for you, begin by selecting one of the different categories. There you will find a list of student organizations that fit that category. You can then click on the student organizations’ logos for more information.
Our student organizations are actively recruiting anyone interested in joining. You do not need prior experience to join a student organization. We encourage you to read more about the student organization by clicking the categories listed above. For more information about an organization or how to get connected, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to this list, the Office of Student Affairs also offers individual advising for students looking to find an organization to join or to start a group of their own. To schedule an advising appointment, please contact email@example.com.
Additional Resources for Learning about and Student Organizations
Engineering Student Organizations: See a list of all currently engineering affiliated student organizations and which student population (Graduate or Undergraduate) they serve.
Maize Pages: Further explore all 1600 student organizations at the University of Michigan and learn more about their purpose and the best way to contact them.
Advocates for Diversity in Engineering (ADE): Interested in making an impact on the student organization community? Want to make your organization’s voice heard regarding new initiatives? Then please check out this subteam of the College of Engineering Diversity, Equality, & Inclusion Student Advisory Board.