Student Chapters

  • Help your ASCE Student Chapter thrive

    Manage Your Student Chapter
    All the resources your Student Chapter needs to stay organized:

    • Annual Dues and Annual Reports
    • Update Advisor Information
    • ASCE Student Organization Handbook

    Find a Student Chapter
    Looking to join a Student Chapter?  Find out if there is one at your University.

    Start a Student Chapter
    If there isn't Student Chapter at your University -- why not start one?

    Events and Recognition
    Enhance life in your ASCE Student Chapter by participating!

    Leader Training Opportunities
    Grow.  Lead.  Make a difference.

    • The Workshop for Student Chapter Leaders (WSCL) is a training session for new student officers that is held every January and February.  Faculty and practitioner advisors are also encouraged to attend.
    • The Practitioner and Faculty Advisor Workshop (PFATW) is a concentrated workshop designed specifically for new faculty and practitioner advisors. The 2016 PFATW will be held August 19-20, 2016 at ASCE Headquarters in Reston, VA.  Applications will be accepted until May 31, 2016.  Notification of acceptance will be in mid-June.  For more information on the PFATW, contact ASCE Student and Younger Member Programs.

    Life After College

    stay connected after you graduate

    Upgrade your membership and then join a Younger Member Group in your area.

  • ASCE Foundation

    What we fund:

    • Education for Today & Tomorrow
    • Policy & Participation
    • Advancing the Profession

    Making a positive change in our communities is possible...but only if we start now, set our sights high, and work together.  

  • “I work for a Structural Engineering firm in San Diego and attribute much of the success I have had to my involvement and experiences gained from ASCE as a student.”  - Kyle Marshall, P.E., M.ASCE
  • “ASCE was very influential in my college career.  I made many friends and contacts through the organization. ASCE helped me learn practical skills that can’t be taught in the classroom. Also, while at SJSU, I really enjoyed doing concrete canoe – and so, after participating in five Mid-Pac's, I wanted my shot at hosting the conference on our campus. It was a great experience.”  - Daniel Wanner, A.M.ASCE

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