The Auburn University Student Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers was the first ASCE Student Chapter founded in the Deep South and one of the first in the nation. Since our founding in 1921 we have been a leader within the ranks of ASCE Student Chapters and on Auburn University's campus. With a membership of over 60 students and growing, we are among the most active engineering societies and we hope to connect with you soon.
The objective of this Chapter shall be to promote the development of the professional consciousness, give an opportunity for civil engineering students to become acquainted, and encourage students to practice working together effectively. Furthermore, the Chapter shall promote a spirit of mutual congeniality and provide friendly contact with the engineering profession. The Chapter shall encourage lifetime ASCE membership, present a good image of civil engineering, and encourage undecided engineering students to pursue a career in civil engineering.
The Auburn University Student Chapter is happy to be celebrating its centennial anniversary this year. Here's to the next 100 years!
If you would like to donate to our chapter, please follow the link below.
ASCE invites companies to present information about themselves and their projects on Tuesdays at 12:30 PM in Ramsay Hall, room 314. These lectures allow students to hear from experienced professionals about real-world problems. These events provide an opportunity to network with companies and meet with potential employers. Catered lunch is provided and resumes are accepted! If you are interested in speaking at one of these lunches, please contact Skye Wilson, Vice President.
Each semester, ASCE hosts a Career Fair for all students interested in internships and full time positions.Please contact Vice-President Skye Wilson to learn more about our upcoming career fairs, and how you or your company can get involved.
We believe it is important to give back to the community. Throughout the year, we take part in service projects in the Auburn-Opelika community.
To learn more about our community service involvement or to share a new opprotunity, contact Melanie Monaghan, President.
ASCE hosts several social events throughout the fall and spring semesters. Additional details are provided at our General Body Meetings.
For more information on social events, contact Melanie Monaghan, President.