Who We Are

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 and groups like the Office of Information Technology. 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-Week, 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 Student Organizations page has a list of engineering student organizations that will help you make the most of your college experience.

Mission Statement 

We as the University of Colorado Engineering Council work for the effective allocation of student fees to student organizations, initiatives, and ideas. We commit ourselves to enriching the experience of students outside the classroom and enhancing the operations of the college for the students. We serve as an open avenue of communication between students, student government, and the administration, working always to represent the interests of all engineering students.