Baskin School of Engineering is home to a variety of student organization. Many of the Student Organizations are student chapters of professional engineering societies in addition to regional and campus specific organizations. Each student organization provides students with unique opportunities to explore their academic, technical, professional and community service interests in addition to social engagement. Participation in a student organization enables students to enhance their education but developing their organizational and leadership skills. Most importantly, Student Organizations create a sense of belonging in the larger Baskin Engineering community.
Listed below are the current Student Organizations and how you can get involved.
|Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)|
|Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)|
|eWomen||eWomen at UC Santa Cruz|
|Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)|
|Information Systems Management Association (ISMA)|
|National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)|
|Security Santa Cruz (SSC)|
|Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE)|
|Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)|
|Society of Women Engineers (SWESLUGS)|
|Tau Beta Pi (TBP)|
|TEL||The Element Lounge|