The College of Science, Engineering, and Technology prides itself on connecting students with networking opportunities. Discover how you can get involved by visiting our many student groups!
American Society of Civil Engineers-Minnesota State University is a student chapter of the national American Society of Civil Engineers organization.
American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers is an engineering organization that provides a resource as the engineering community on campus to students whose interest is in HVAC&R (Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning, and Refrigeration) industry.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers Mankato Section is a student-lead group of Mechanical Engineering students who organize meetings, networking events, and guest speaker presentations for all Mechanical Engineering Majors.
Construction Management Student Association empowers and promotes Minnesota State University Construction Management students through professional, social, and leadership opportunities.
DREAM (Data Resources for Eager and Analytical Minds) encourages exploration and communication of topics related to data science, big data, data analytics, machine learning, and ethical, privacy and security issues related to data.
Ducks Unlimited is the world's leader in wetlands and waterfowl conservation which started in 1937 during the Dust Bowl, when North America’s drought-plagued waterfowl populations had plunged to unprecedented lows.
Engineers Without Borders is an international nonprofit organization that was created to partner with developing communities to improve their quality of life through the implementation of engineering projects.
Environmental Sustainability Organization strives to improve the environmental well-being of Minnesota State University, Mankato’s campus and the greater Mankato Area community.
Gaming & Coding Club brings together students that play all different types of games: from Fortnite, Super Smash Bros, Rocket League, Magic: The Gathering, League of Legends, and many more!
Geotechnical Engineering Club provides the students of Minnesota State University, Mankato an engineering and scientific understanding of, but not limited to, earth materials and soil properties, distribution and arrangements.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is directed toward the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical, electronics, communications and computer engineering and the standing of the members of the professions it serves.
Math club hosts math talks, problem sessions, puzzle days, and game days weekly revolving around interesting topics and are delivered and enjoyed by faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students.
Minnesota State University, Mankato Actuary Club endeavors to support all Minnesota State University students who are actively pursuing a career as an actuary, interested in studying actuarial science, or doing introductory research into the profession.
The mission of the National Society of Black Engineers is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.
Physics and Astronomy Club brings together any students interested in physics and astronomy in order to further our knowledge through extracurricular activities, increased networking opportunities and department events.
Pre-Medical Club offers medical related volunteer opportunities throughout the year and also does presentations on important topics such as how to apply to medical school, taking the MCAT, and opportunities to get involved with research.
Society of Automotive Engineers organizes a trip to the Speed Equipment Manufacturing Association (SEMA) in Las Vegas, and Performance Racing Industry (PRI) automotive shows and works with the Formula SAE team in the design of an open wheel, Formula style race car.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers is a group focused in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math majors and minors among Hispanic and many other students, encouraging and helping each other succeed and accomplish our goals in our fields.
Society of Women Engineers was founded in 1950 and is a non-profit educational service organization, an inclusive organization focused on issues of interest to women specializing in engineering and technical careers.
The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is a national organization comprised of university-based chapters dedicated to the advancement of undergraduate research, research-based undergraduate education, and K-12 outreach in biochemistry and molecular biology.
The Minnesota State University Zoology Club is aimed at sharing knowledge, participating in volunteer opportunities, education others, and making connections within various animal fields.
The Undergraduate Research Center supports students and faculty in building mentoring relationships that enable students to participate in research, scholarship, and creative activities.