Participation in mechanical engineering organizations is a vital part of your student experience. ME student organizations are active and robust, and will help you to get to know your fellow students, introduce you to leading members of industry, provide opportunities to give and listen to seminars by students and leading researchers, and help you understand everything is involved in the expansive field of mechanical engineering.

American Society of Mechanical Engineers, ASME strives to reach two goals for members: professional advancement, and social interaction. ASME CU coordinates events, including company tours, BBQs, guest presentations, and faculty dinners.

Biomedical Engineering Society, BMES at CU Boulder is one of over 100 student chapters nationwide. Their mission is to introduce you to the profession of biomedical engineering, expand your knowledge of tools and techniques used in the field, and develop your leadership and professional qualities through technical projects, professional networking, and social events.

Engineers Without Borders, EWB at the University of Colorado Boulder was the first chapter of EWB-USA. It was founded in 2001, and has led projects in numerous countries, including Rwanda, Belize and Nepal. The group is open to students college-wide.

Information on more groups and honor societies are available on the college of engineering Student Organizations site.