Make new friends, build lasting relationships and gain valuable skills by participating in one or more than 200 student organizations.
Below are a few of the groups that CArE Engineering students often join.
Gives students the opportunity to participate in interesting and educational concrete projects.
Hosts biweekly meetings with presenters from various companies that talk about their current projects, research, and their professional lives, post graduation in the field of architectural engineering.
Networks with other civil engineering students and builds the skills needed to go from a university setting into the profession.
A professional society learning aspects of the construction industry, from design to management. Hosts guest speakers, information sessions and networking events.
Supports Rolla and the surrounding communities in maintaining clean water. Some of the events include float trips, Missouri stream team, water quality monitoring, stream clean-ups, Earth Day and more
Chi Epsilon, the department's professional honor society, was founded in 1922 to recognize and honor civil engineering students and professionals. They now have 130 active chapters (including one at Missouri S&T) at universities across the United States. It is widely recognized in the profession and has initiated over 108,000 members.
Students and professionals are selected to become members based on recognition of their scholarship, character, practicality and sociability, considered by Chi Epsilon to be the four primary traits of a successful engineer. For student members, scholarship is determined by being in the top third of their junior or senior class. Members of Chi Epsilon are considered top graduates and are highly sought by civil engineering employers.
Visit Missouri S&T's chapter to find out more information.