McCormick School of Engineering, Northwestern University
The variety of student groups, both at Northwestern University and within McCormick, gives our undergraduates the chance to strengthen personal bonds with and gain insight from professionals in their fields. They present a chance for students to donate their time to worthy causes. Most importantly, they foster a lifelong sense of community among students.
Whether you’re interested in joining an engineering honor society, helping sustainable energy thrive, or building a robot (or solar car, or Formula racer) with a team of students, there’s a student organization at McCormick for you.
If you’re committed to creating a student group at McCormick (or maintaining your current group), you can find out how to do it here. To explore how your group can connect with area companies, and for tips on how to successfully navigate and utilize available McCormick funding sources, visit the Interacting with Industry website from the McCormick Office of Corporate Relations (NetID required).
A must-read for any group interested in publicizing an event. Learn the rules about posting flyers or signs in Ford or Tech before you start, and find out how to use onscreen announcements and other forms of publicity to promote your group.
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Engineering