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ASCE (Civil)

For Civil Engineering Majors.

Since 1852, ASCE has helped civil engineers find their professional home, and being part of an ASCE Student Organization will help you master the civil engineering skills you need to enter the profession.

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ASME (Mechanical)

For Mechanical Engineering Majors.

As an ASME student member, you gain skills and practical experience outside the classroom. Connect with professional engineers in your area of interest; get access to hundreds of key resources that will open doors when you start your professional career. Take advantage of extensive student benefits, most of which are available at no additional cost or at a substantial discount. And, most benefits are available online, so you can access information when you need it, anytime and anywhere.

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Concrete Canoe (Civil)

For Civil Engineering Majors.

Since the early 1970s, ASCE student chapters have been constructing and racing concrete canoes in the National Student Concrete Canoe Competition. During that time, canoe mixes and designs have varied, but the long-established tradition of teamwork, camaraderie and spirited competition has been constant. Teams, their associates, judges, and all other participants are expected to maintain and build upon this tradition

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IEEE (Computer)

For Computer Engineering Majors.

IEEE is the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. IEEE opens the door to opportunities that will help you develop your professional identity in IEEE's designated fields of interest: sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

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SWE

For Women Majoring in any Engineering Degree.

Build camaraderie among female engineering students, create opportunities to network and learn workplace skills, and expand the exposure and understanding of potential in STEM fields.

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Resources

 

Advising

Students are encouraged to create and follow an individualized graduation plan in order to avoid accumulating credits that are not needed for graduation. See your advisor for more information.

Advising

 

Looking for Nanotech?

UVU still offers Nanotechnology Degrees. Unfortunately, they have moved out of our Department to the Physics Department.

Nanotech

 

Graduate Early

Where possible, students should enroll in 15 credits each semester. Click the link below for more information on the financial and academic benefits of completing 15 credits a semester.

Graduate Early

 

Internships

UVU Internship Services is the central location for organizing, promoting, and coordinating the internship process.

Internships

 

Registration

Find registration deadlines and learn how to add, drop, and audit classes and through various online tutorials.

Registration

 

Scholarships

Scholarships are awarded a year or more in advance of the beginning of the school year. Apply through the online scholarship application today.

Scholarships