Student Organizations

You’ll find plenty of opportunities outside of the classroom to spend time with students who think like you, and to put your interests into action by serving others. Here are just a few.

Students studying

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. SPU’s chapter of IEEE prepares you for your future with educational, technical, and professional training in electrical, computer, and related engineering professions. Visit IEEE’s official website. Advisor: Aaron Dingler (

American Society of Mechanical Engineers offers a way for engineering students to build community. Advisor: Adam Arabian (

Community for Students Who Love Math usually includes a large number of students like you, many of whom are majoring in Engineering and Computer Science. Advisor: Wai Lau (

SPU Developers (Computer Science club) is a group of students interested in honing their skills as computer scientists through extracurricular activities such as hackathons, whiteboard and interview prep, and more. Advisor: Aaron Dingler (

Falcon Racing is SPU’s own race team! Join Falcon Racing to build, drive, and perfect a Baja racing buggy for the SAE Baja competition.


Join the Largest Engineering Association

The IEEE/EAS club is a great way for SPU students to get involved in the world’s largest professional association for the advancement of technology.

Jordan Banks

Student Story: Jordan Banks

Jordan Banks first thought engineering might be exciting when an aerospace engineer spoke to his high school class about satellites.