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.
    • Practitioner and Faculty Advisor Workshop (PFATW) is a concentrated workshop designed specifically for new faculty and practitioner advisors held every year in August.  For more information on the PFATW, contact ASCE Student and Younger Member Programs.

    Life After College

  • Help to attend ASCE Convention 2016 

    The Registration Assistance Fund of the ASCE Foundation is set up to help students, younger members, and international members with the cost of registration for the flagship Society event.

    Apply by January 27, 2016 to receive help to attend ASCE Convention 2016, in Portland, OR, Sep 28 – Oct 1, 2016.

    Apply now! 

  • “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