College of Engineering

Student Organizations

    Leadership, Networking, Professional Experience, Friendship, and Fun!

    The College of Engineering has many clubs, organizations and competitive teams to enhance your college experience. We encourage you to search the list of registered organizations below. Visit their websites to get more information such as events and officers. *For organizations that do not have active websites, email the advisor for more information.*

    Amateur Radio Society of Tennessee Tech (TTARS)

    Advisor: Dr. Michael Allen

    To encourage interest in Amateur Radio.

    American Foundry Society

    Advisor: Dr. Fred Vondra

    To service the common interest in the foundry and the university by developing closer understanding and contact between the student and foundry men.

    American Institute of Chemical Engineers

    Advisor: Holly Stretz

    To advance Chemical Engineering education on campus.

    American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

    Advisor: Dr. Benjamin Mohr

    To encourage the development of a professional consciousness and opportunity for civil engineering students to become acquainted and practice working together.

    American Society of Mechanical Engineers

    Advisor: Dr. Stephen Canfield

    To unite by social and technical means the students of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and to further the interests of Mechanical Engineering in general.


    Advisor: Dr. Glenn Cunningham

    The advancement of the sciences of heating, refrigeration and air conditioning engineering and related sciences. Continuing education of the members and other interested persons in said sciences, through lectures, demonstrations and publications. Rendition of career guidance to students of the sciences and encouragement of the scientific research.

    Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)

    Advisor: Dr. Martha Kosa

    Association for Computing Machinery's Committee on Women in Computing

    Advisor: Dr. Martha Kosa

    To promote the educational and scientific contributions of women in computing.

    Autonomous Robotics Club

    Advisor: Dr. Stephen Canfield

    To learn and develop new information and technology related to the problem of autonomous robotics, to promote the knowledge and understanding of all aspects of autonomous robotics to all persons who desire to learn. To give students an opportunity to learn and practice engineering principles in a hands on environment. To ultimately compete with other schools.

    Baja SAE

    Advisor: Dr. Dale Wilson

    To design and build a small car to race in an annual regional competition.

    Chemical Engineering Graduate Research Association (CEGRA)

    Advisor: Dr. Laura Chavez

    To promote the scholarly atmosphere of the chemical engineering department.

    Chi Epsilon

    Advisor: Dr. R. Craig Henderson

    Dedicated to the purpose of maintaining and promoting the status of civil engineering as an ideal profession.

    CyberEagles Club

    Advisor: Dr. Ambareen Siraj

    To raise computer and information security consciousness and proficiency of students in using, designing, developing, and operating computing technology.

    Engineering Joint Council

    Advisor: Tony Marable

    An organization comprised of students elected annually by a majority vote of an engineering organization to represent the College of Engineering.

    Engineers Without Borders

    Advisor: Dr. Tania Datta

    To support community-driven development programs worldwide through the design and implementation of sustainable engineering projects, while fostering responsible leadership.

    Eta Kappa Nu

    Advisor: Dr. Bhattacharya

    The electrical and computer engineering honor society.

    Formula SAE

    Advisor: Mark Davis

    To design and construct a small, formula style race car to compete in the annual FSAE competition

    Functional Programming Club

    Advisor: Dr. Mike Rogers

    To raise awareness of functional programming and its rising place in the field of computer science.

    Graduate Electrical & Computer Engineering Student's Association

    Advisor: Dr. Ghadir Radman

    To promote electrical and computer engineering majors.

    Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineering (IEEE)

    Advisor: Dr. Omar Elkeelany

    A professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity

    NASA Moonbuggy Organization

    Advisor: Dr. Ahmed Elsawy

    To design and build a vehicle to race at the NASA Space Center in Huntsville, AL

    National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

    Advisor: Tony Marable

    A student run organization centered on improving the recruitment and retention of African-American engineering students.

    Omega Chi Epsilon

    Advisor: Dr. Robby Sanders

    A nationally recognized honor society for chemical engineers.

    Pi Tau Sigma

    Advisor: Dr. Chris Wilson

    To foster the high ideals of mechanical engineering.

    Society of American Military Engineers (SAME)

    Advisor: Bret Martin

    A student organization for military engineering professionals.

    Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)

    Advisor: Dale Wilson

    An organization where students in the engineering field are tasked to design and build an off-road vehicle that will survive the severe punishment of rough terrain and sometimes even water.

    Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)

    Advisor: Dr. Pedro Arce

    To increase the number of Hispanic students enrolled in and graduating from Tennessee Tech with degrees in STEM disciplines.

    Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)

    Advisor: Dr. Ismail Fidan

    An international student society dedicated to serving its members through its many programs and activities.

    Society of Women Engineers

    Advisor: Dr. Kris Craven

    An organization that stimulates women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers.

    Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society

    Advisor: Dr. Dan Swartling

    To afford an opportunity for the students of chemistry and chemical engineering at Tennessee Tech to become better acquainted, secure intellectual stimulation and experience in preparing and presenting technical material.

    Tau Beta Pi

    Advisor: Dr. David Huddleston

    The oldest engineering honor society in the United States and the second oldest collegiate honor society in America.

    Theta Tau

    Advisor: Tony Marable

    A professional co-ed engineering fraternity. The purpose of Theta Tau is to develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest among its members, and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship.

    Water Professionals

    Advisor: Kevin Young

    A professional organization for students interested in or plan to enter water or wastewater industries, the water resources profession, or another related profession.