Involvement in a club or organization can bring both personal and professional benefits. Iowa State boasts more than 800 student organizations for you to become involved in, so there truly is a club for everyone.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Organizations
- Ames Free Unix Group (AmesFUG)
- Critical Tinkers
- Digital Women
- Engineering Student Council
- Engineers’ Week
- Eta Kappa Nu (HKN)
- Freshmen Leaders in Engineering (FLiE)
- Information Assurance Student Group (IASG)
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
- ISU Solar Decathalon
- ISU Robotics Club
- National Society of Black Engineers
- Sales Engineering Club
- Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International
- Society of Women Engineers
- Tau Beta Pi
- Team PrISUm: ISU Solar Car Team
- The Engineering Ambassador & Mentor Program (TEAM)
- Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE)
For information on other organizations, visit the university’s student organizations Web site or the College of Engineering’s clubs and organizations Web site.
Know of a new club? If you are a part of, or know of, a club or organization that may be of interest to electrical and computer engineers, please contact us and let us know!