Engineering Student Council
Engineering students are eligible for membership in the Engineering Student Council, composed of the elected officers and one member of the governing board of each activity, fraternal, honorary and professional organization within the Opus College of Engineering.
Engineering students are eligible for membership in the following engineering honor societies: Tau Beta Pi, all-engineering; Chi Epsilon, civil engineering; Eta Kappa Nu, electrical engineering; Pi Tau Sigma, mechanical engineering; Alpha Eta Mu Beta, biomedical engineering; and Upsilon Pi Epsilon, computer engineering. Each year, these societies award membership keys to men and women exhibiting high promise of success.
Students in the Opus College of Engineering are eligible to join the following professional sorority and fraternities on campus: Alpha Omega Epsilon, professional engineering sorority; Sigma Phi Delta, the international professional engineering fraternity; and Triangle, national fraternity for engineers, architects and scientists.
Student chapters have been established by the American Society of Civil Engineers, Builders Coalition of MU: Student Chapter of Associated General Contractors of America, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Association of Computing Machinery, the Society of Automotive Engineers, National Society of Black Engineers, Engineers Without Borders, the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, the Society of Women Engineers, the Institute of Transportation Engineers, the Biomedical Engineering Society, the Solar Energy Society, the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, and Engineering Knights of St. Patrick, engineering service society.