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Student Organizations

With more than 400 student clubs and organizations across the Notre Dame campus, there are so many ways to get involved — on the graduate and undergraduate level. Many of the organizations are created and run by students with support from the University, so you can follow your interests or find new ones. From music to politics, service to recreation ... there's something for everyone.

There are also programs, organizations, and clubs specific to engineering. These include, but not limited to ... 


College-wide Programs

Minority Engineering Program Serving students of diverse backgrounds, the Minority Engineering Program provides resources and events to help students succeed and become more active members in the College of Engineering.
Women in Engineering Program The Women in Engineering Program addresses the unique needs of graduate and undergraduate women engineering students by offering a range of initiatives, including academic support, social events, professional development opportunities, and outreach experiences.


Career Development

Engineering Leadership Council The Engineering Leadership Council organizes and promotes engineering specific activities for students in the College of Engineering and serves as a gateway to student chapters of engineering professional and honor societies.


Clubs and Competitions

Baja SAE Students design and build an off-road vehicle and participate in the Society of Automotive Engineers Baja competition.
Robotic Football Club Members combine their passion for robotics and football, designing and building their own “players” and competing against other engineering programs in an intercollegiate robotic football conference


Community Service

CS for Good Members use computing technology to make a positive social impact, working with community partners to complete community computing projects.
NDSEED NDSeed empowers rural communities in developing countries by building safe, reliable pedestrian bridges, which provide access to schools, clinics, and work to villages previously isolated by impassable rivers.

A complete list of groups and events is available through the Student Activities Office.