There’s a place for you here at the College of Engineering and Computer Science. Explore all our clubs, organizations and connect with other students and faculty.

For clubs and organizations outside of ECS, visit clubs and organizations or the Office of Student Activities.

ECS Clubs and Organizations

Alpha Omega Epsilon
Alpha Omega Epsilon is an international sorority that takes pride in being able to combine the social, academic, and service qualities of other Greek societies into one organization.

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)
The objective of this organization is to further, within its locality, the purposes and programs of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)
AIChE is the American Institute for Chemical Engineers. Here at the Syracuse Chapter we encourage chemical engineers (and any other students) to get to know other chemical engineering students and professionals. AIChE is a great way to get to know your fellow ChemEs, get some work done, and have fun!

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
American Society of Civil Engineers is a professional society that is committed to enhancing personal and professional development of civil engineering students as well as promoting the civil engineering profession around campus. We have been participating in the ASCE/AISC Student Steel Bridge Competition in the past few years.

Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)
The Biomedical Engineering Society is a professional organization that serves to promote biomedical engineering and aid students in their professional endeavors. Membership in the Syracuse University Chapter is free and all students, regardless of major or class standing, are welcome to join us!

Innovate Orange

Innovate Orange is a community of students that like to create things and help others do the same. Along with planning CuseHacks, we want to encourage and develop student interest in technology and programming as well as create opportunities for students to engage in project-based learning.

Citrus Racing
The Formula S.A.E. Team is a group in the College of Engineering & Computer Science dedicated to a student design competition. We design, manufacture, and assemble a formula-style vehicle to challenge our abilities as engineers and automotive enthusiasts. Each year, an international competition is held with teams representing educational institutions from all over the world.

Cuse Baja

Cuse Baja is a student organization that designs and builds an off-road vehicle to compete against other colleges from around the world! If you’re looking for true hands-on and applicable engineering experience, we’re the club for you!

Engineering Ambassadors
The Engineering Ambassadors program is a collaboration between SRC Inc., the Mary Ann Shaw Center for Public & Community Service, the College of Engineering and Computer Science, and the Syracuse City School District. The Engineering Ambassadors program was developed to increase younger students’ exposure to STEM and help them discover a passion in those fields. Each week, volunteers from the College of Engineering & Computer Science go to middle school sites in the city of Syracuse on Friday afternoons, where they serve as role models and facilitate discovery model lessons centered on engineering concepts.

Engineering World Health
We inspire, educate, and empower the biomedical engineering community to improve healthcare delivery in the developing world. We conduct workshops, participate in service trips, and host events to achieve this mission.

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
We are the Syracuse University Student Branch of IEEE. We are an organization for Computer Engineers, Electrical Engineers, and Computer Scientists. We bring in multiple speakers every year to come and talk to our members to not only speak about their industry but also to offer advice and network with our members as well.

National Society of Black Engineers
A professional organization to increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.

Orange Robotics

Orange Robotics seeks to expose students to the field of robotics by encouraging them to participate in the designing, building, and creating of robots. We promote creativity and inspire students to become technology leaders, and we push learning by competing in robotic competitions and engaging in collaborative-based projects.


We design, manufacture, test, and launch Hybrid Rockets. This requires not only the knowledge of engineering processes learned in lectures but also skills that are acquired along the way. These skills of programming, machining, computer simulation and more help the student body become better engineers.

Pi Tau Sigma

Pi Tau Sigma is the mechanical engineering honor society and was originally founded in 1948.

Sigma Gamma Tau

Sigma Gamma Tau is the aerospace engineering honor society.

Society of Women Engineers
SU SWE participates in community outreach such as volunteering at Ronald McDonald House, and sponsors workshops and networking events with women engineers from local industry. The SWE mission is to stimulate women to achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders by providing an organization that fosters mentoring and the development of professional and personal networks, creating a sense of identity and community, providing resources for women engineers, and enhancing leadership and professional skills.

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
SHPE enjoys a strong but independent network of professional and student chapters throughout the nation. Mission SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize their fullest potential and impacts the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development. Vision SHPE’s vision is a world where Hispanics are highly valued and influential as the leading innovators, scientists, mathematicians and engineers.

Tau Beta Pi

Tau Beta Pi is the engineering honor society and was originally founded in 1906.

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Club
Unmanned Aerial Systems “Drone” Club is an organization sponsored by the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department to foster interest in Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), stimulate interest in UAS technologies and careers, and engage students in a challenging UAS mission. The organization intends on competing in a competition requiring students to design, integrate, report on, and demonstrate a UAS capable of autonomous flight and navigation, remote sensing via onboard payload sensors, and execution of a specific set of tasks.