Student Organizations


American Society of Mechanical Engineers
This is the student chapter of The American Society of Mechanical Engineers at the University of Texas at Dallas. The student chapter of ASME provides UTD students with a means of developing networking skills and learning about the opportunities in mechanical engineering.

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
ACM promotes interest in Computer Science among newcomers and experienced coders alike, with coding contests, programming projects, tech talks and more.

AUV team

The Biomedical Engineering Network Group
Our goal is to inspire students and faculty to develop and apply engineering methods to health technology through networking, education and hands on experience.

ECS Honors Society
An organization for past, present and future members of the Engineering and Computer Science Academic Honors Programs.

GDG (CS Game Development Group)
The GDG is an organization of faculty and students at the University of Texas at Dallas Computer Science Department designed to explore the myriad possibilities of Computer Science and their applications in game development, simulations and other areas of interest.

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE)
The student chapter at UTD actively participates in local, regional and national activities.

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize their fullest potential and impacts the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development.

The National Society of Black Engineers
University of Texas at Dallas Chapter Sigma Xi
A society of approximately 95,000 scientists and engineers that honors scientific accomplishments, encourages and enhances the appreciation and support of original investigation in science and technology and fosters a creative and dynamic interaction among science, technology and society.

The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
The SAE is a group of dedicated and passionate UT Dallas students who's focus is competing in the SAE Collegiate Design Series. Our current goal is to compete in the Formula SAE competition, in which we will design, build, test, and race a small Formula-style open-wheel race car to compete in the national championship.

The Society of Women Engineers
Founded in 1950, The Society of Women Engineers is a non-profit educational service organization that seeks to help women achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders.

Women Who Compute
Women Who Compute, WWC, is an organization that promotes, celebrates and supports females in technology in our community. The purposes and goals of WWC are: To cultivate a community of female engineering and computer science students at The University of Texas at Dallas. To provide mentorship and support to women in computing. To provide personal and professional development. To encourage women to pursue a career in the field of engineering and computer science.