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College of Engineering and Computing

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Student Organizations

Clubs, societies and teams are a good, extracurricular way for students to interact with other students with like interests and majors. Friendships and bonds formed during college through membership and participation can have far reaching benefits in a student's career.

University-wide Student Organizations

Over 300 student organizations are affiliated with USC in a variety of areas, including: Greek, Honor, Interest, International, Media, Military, Political, Professional, Religious, Residence Hall Government, Service, and Sport. For a complete listing of registered organizations, visit the USC Office of Student Affairs and Academic Support's Student Organizations page: Garnet Gate.


College of Engineering and Computing Student Organizations

The College of Engineering and Computing offers the following clubs, honor societies and competition teams:

Alpha Eta Mu Beta, Biomedical Engineering Honor Society

Advisor/Contact: Melissa Moss, BME

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)

Advisor/Contact: Wout De Backer, ME

American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)

Advisor/Contact: Jamil Khan, ME

Carolina Ignites


Electrochemical Society Student Chapter (ECS)


Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) - Power Electronics Society

Advisor/Contact: Enrico Santi, EE

Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)

Advisor/Contact: Yuche Chen, CEE

Omega Chi Epsilon, Chemical Engineering Society

Advisor/Contact: Ed Gatzke, ChE

Upsilon Pi Epsilon, Honor Society for Computing and Information Disciplines

Advisor/Contact: John Rose, CSE

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