There are many opportunities to get involved with student organizations as an undergraduate or graduate student in Chemical and Petroleum Engineering.Rock Chalk Central
Studies show being involved in college has many benefits, such as helping students create social networks, solidifying concepts taught in the classroom, and providing opportunities to connect with mentors throughout KU. Being involved can even increase students' graduation rates!
The main KU Student Organization link is Rock Chalk Central. There you can find all sorts of social, religious, academic, and service groups to join.
Another huge campus office the Student Involvement & Leadership Center (SILC). There you can find more leadership and community involvement related organizations.
Below are helpful links to student involvement and professional organizations you might be interested in joining:
- SILC - Student Involvement & Leadership Center
- AEI - Architectural Engineering Institute
- AAIA - American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
- AIChE - American Institute of Chemical Engineers
- ASHRAE - American Society of Heating, Refrigerating & Air-Conditioning Engineers
- Engineering Student Coucil
- Engineers Without Borders
- Society For Biomaterials (SFB)
- National Society of Black Engineers
- SHPE - Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
- SWE - Society of Women Engineers
- SPE - Society of Petroleum Engineers, KU Chapter
- KU Chess Club
- Engineering Student Involvement Page
- Student Organization Funding
- Student Organization Resources