Student Organizations

Michigan Tech offers students endless opportunities to get involved, get invested, and have influence on their campus. Student organizations allow students to express themselves, explore new horizons, meet fellow students who share similar interests, and develop their leadership potential. You can see all student organizations or explore the selected listing related to electrical and computer engineering below.


Audio Engineering Society

Audio Engineering Society

The Michigan Tech student chapter of the Audio Engineering Society is aimed at providing a social, relaxed environment for students to share educational interests in audio design, theory, and production. More-advanced members are encouraged to participate in the investigation toward innovative audio technologies, processes, approaches, and theory.

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Eta Kappa Nu

Eta Kappa Nu

Eta Kappa Nu is a unique membership organization dedicated to encouraging and recognizing excellence in the electrical and computer engineering field. Members consist of students, alumni, and other professionals who have demonstrated exceptional academic and professional accomplishments.

Eta Kappa Nu was formed as a result of the vision of Maurice L. Carr, an electrical engineering student at the University of Illinois, on October 28, 1904.

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IEEE Michigan Tech Student Branch

IEEE Michigan Tech Student Branch

The Michigan Tech student branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) provides many services for students in electrical and computer engineering. We run a lab for our members, host speakers, give seminars/classes, and act as a service organization for the ECE department. The 809 Student Projects Lab, located in EERC 809, is the home of our chapter! The lab, which is managed and run by the lab manager and our chapter’s officers, provides members with the resources they need to complete course work, labs, and personal projects. It also serves as a meeting place and lounge.

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IEEE Power and Engineering Society

IEEE Power and Engineering Society

The Michigan Tech student chapter of the IEEE Power Engineering Society invites you to become a member. In addition to social events and good times, you can get involved in your profession and jump-start your career. The Power Engineering Society (PES) is THE professional organization for our profession. Joining the society now, while you are still a student, has several advantages—contact us to learn more.

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National Society of Black Engineers

National Society of Black Engineers

The Michigan Tech student chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers was established in January 1995 to promote participation at all levels of responsibility in the field of engineering by black and ethnic minority communities, and to endeavor in the advancement of the black and ethnic professional engineer within the engineering discipline.

The future of the National Society of Black Engineers is unlimited. With the continued dedication of members and supporters, NSBE will achieve its full potential.

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Society of Women Engineers

Society of Women Engineers

For nearly six decades, SWE has given women engineers a unique place and voice within the engineering industry. Our organization is centered around a passion for our members' success and continues to evolve with the challenges and opportunities reflected in today's exciting engineering and technology specialties. We invite you to explore the values, principles, and priorities that guide our initiatives and learn how together, WE can continue to make a lasting impact on the future.

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SPIE-Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers

SPIE-Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers

SPIE was established to promote the discipline of optical science and engineering through the organized effort of this group in study, research, and discussion; to disseminate knowledge of the field of optical engineering; and to further the professional development of students.

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