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Undergraduate Student Groups

2013 Formula Sun Grand Prix winning car

A wide variety of clubs, societies and other organizations offer students enriching activities beyond the classroom. Students can learn new skills, make an impact through humanitarian projects, and participate in national and international competitions. Joining the student chapters of engineering societies such as IEEE is important for professional development and will serve as a stepping stone for a career in engineering.

Clubs

App Club
A place to learn, work, and play with mobile applications. Members of any experience level are welcome.

Gaming Club
A community of gamers who love and enjoy video games of all genres over all platforms.

Global Formula Racing
An international collaboration between the former BA Racing Team from the Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg-Ravensburg ( DHBW-R), Germany, and the Beaver Racing Team from Oregon State University (OSU).

Linux User Group (LUG)
Students and community members collaborating for the good of free and open source software.

OSU Beaver Racing Baja Team
Team dedicated to building and racing off-road vehicles in SAE’s mini-Baja competition.

OSU Robotics Club
The purpose of the OSU Robotics Club is to empower ambitious students with resources to build robots for fun and competition, remove barriers from entry into robotics, create a path to success, and form a pipeline of engineering leaders. Projects include the Mars Rover and Aerial Robotics.

OSU Solar Vehicle Team
The OSU Solar Vehicle Team is a group of OSU students, staff and faculty working together to design, build and race solar-electric vehicles. The organization is dedicated to providing hands-on experience with solar-electric vehicles, interdisciplinary learning in engineering and business, and education and outreach in sustainability by direct interactions with community and industry.

Honor Societies

Eta Kappa Nu (HKN)
A national honorary society for electrical and computer engineering majors with nearly 200 chapters at different universities.

Tau Beta Pi
Engineering honor society

Student Chapters of Engineering Societies and Organizations

American Indian Science & Engineering
The mission of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is to substantially increase the representation of American Indians and Alaskan Natives in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) studies and careers. Their nearly 3,000 members represent over 200 tribal nations.

Engineers Without Borders
EWB-OSU is the Oregon State University student chapter of EWB-USA, a non-profit humanitarian organization established to partner with developing communities world-wide to improve their quality of life through the implementation of environmentally and economically sustainable engineering projects, while developing internationally responsible engineering students.

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
The OSU Chapter of IEEE is committed to furthering the professional development of the students of Oregon State University. To this end, they host seminars throughout the year that bring industry representatives and students together to facilitate professional networking and information dissemination. They also operate the OSU IEEE store, giving students access to electronic tools and parts for projects; empowering them to put into practice the knowledge gained in the classroom. IEEE is the world's largest professional association dedicated to advancing technology.

National Society of Black Engineers
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is one of the largest student-governed organizations in the country.  NSBE’s  mission is "to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community."

OSU Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
Designs, manufactures and competes a Formula car and Mini-Baja car at worldwide competitions across the country.

Society of Women Engineers
To empower all through an inclusive, innovative, ever-expanding array of high quality programs that provide resources for all generations of women in technical fields. SWE has approximately 27,000 members in nearly 100 professional sections and 300 student sections throughout the United States.