The University of Colorado Engineering Council (UCEC) is a student government with elected members representing the student body of the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Colorado Boulder. UCEC acts as the students' voice to the engineering administration and academic departments, as well as within the University of Colorado Student Government (CUSG) and groups like the Office of Information Technology (OIT). We function as the intermediaries between students and administrators by representing the concerns and ideas of our student members. In this manner, all student members can share their opinions and improve their relationship with the administration. The UCEC also sponsors annual events, such as E-Days, where individual engineering societies host shows and competitions to encourage a fun and collaborative learning environment.
We encourage you to become active participants within the engineering discipline and the College of Engineering and Applied Science! The UCEC and its associated engineering societies are a great way to network, socialize, and gain experience with students sharing similar interests. Our Societies page has a list of engineering societies that will help you make the most of your college experience.
Our website is provided as a resource for students within the College of Engineering and Applied Science. We welcome your involvement! If you have questions concerning the role of the UCEC, please contact one of our members or use the contact information to the right.
UCEC Officer Meetings: Wednesdays at 5pm in ECST 208
Freshman Engineering Council: Every other Thursday at 6pm in ECST 208. The first meeting was August 27th.
We typically grant funding for student group events, travel, and operational expenses including food or advertisement for your meetings. In order to apply, please fill out a Funding Request Form by February 12th for spring consideration and email it to email@example.com. Make sure to attach a detailed budget as well! The more detailed, the more likely you are to get funding granted.
Our conference room, ECST 208, is a great place to hold meetings: large table, comfortable executive chairs for 10-15 people. In order to reserve this room for your student group, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to ask to be added to the calendar.
Email email@example.com if you have an idea that you want to see impemented.
If you have any comments, concerns, or criticisms about anything in the School of Engineering you can use the link below to communicate them to the Council. All responses are anonymous. Click here to give feedback.