Student Clubs and Organizations

Our Engineering Clubs are focused on the many different facets of the engineering and applied sciences fields and allow students to gain hands-on experience of the material they learn in the classroom.

In addition to networking with professors and professionals, engineering clubs actively carry out research projects, conduct valuable experiments and compete in competitions throughout the nation. Many of clubs are nationally recognized and work closely with national societies.

Female SEAS student laughing during E-Week activities.

Most notably, the engineering clubs participate in the National Engineers Week in February of each year, where each club competes in events such as a paper bridge competition, rocket launches, Battle Bots and more.

Student Clubs, Organizations and Societies

A-Z By Department Undergraduate Graduate

Student Clubs A-Z

10/29/18
TPEC gives interested students the chance to explore theme park engineering in depth and to learn more about potential careers in the field.
10/29/18
Theta Tau is the nation's oldest co-ed fraternity for engineers and is comprised of students from all engineering majors.
5/29/19
The UB Hyperbulls are dedicated group of undergraduate students with a passion to transform the next generation of transport, seeking to compete in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition.
11/5/19
Nanosat is a collaborative organization of undergraduate and graduate students who work with the Air Force Research Lab, NASA, and Moog, Inc. to build satellites from concept to launch.
3/25/20
The University at Buffalo Pilots Association promotes aviation exploration and training to students of all disciplines and levels of experience. Whether you are curious about learning more about the field of aviation, are an aspiring pilot, or already have a pilots’ license, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved.
10/23/19
The Western New York local section of ACS represents Niagara Falls and Buffalo, and surrounding areas. Membership in the local section is open to all members of the American Chemical Society. The organization sponsors an undergraduate research symposium and provides an annual academic excellence award to a deserving CBE undergraduate student.