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Molinaroli College of Engineering and Computing

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Student Organizations

Clubs, societies and teams are an excellent way to interact with other students with similar interests and majors. Friendships and bonds formed during college through membership and participation can have far reaching benefits in your future career.

University-wide Student Organizations

Over 500 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 sports. For a complete listing of registered organizations, visit the 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, professional organizations and competition teams:

Alpha Eta Mu Beta, Biomedical Engineering Honor Society

Advisor/Contact: Mark Uline, Biomedical Engineering

American Concrete Institute (ACI)

Advisor/Contact: Paul Ziehl, Civil and Environmental Engineering

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

Advisor/Contact: Jamil Khan, Mechanical Engineering

American Railway Engineers and Maintenance-of-Way Association (AREMA)

Advisor/Contact: Yu Qian, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honor Society

Advisor/Contact: Juan Caicedo, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)

Advisor/Contact: Yuche Chen, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Omega Chi Epsilon, Chemical Engineering Society

Advisor/Contact: Ed Gatzke, Chemical Engineering

SC International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering

Advisor/Contact: Ramy Harik, Biomedical Engineering

Upsilon Pi Epsilon, Honor Society for Computing and Information Disciplines

Advisor/Contact: John Rose, Computer Science and Engineering

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