Get Involved

There are many different engineering-related groups on campus – learn more about how to get involved and make a difference.

Alpha Omega Epsilon (AOE)

Alpha Omega Epsilon is a professional sorority for women in engineering and technical sciences. The Sisters of Alpha Omega Epsilon promote personal growth in the areas of friendship, leadership and professionalism. Through everyday interactions – as well as social, philanthropic and professional events – the sorority creates an environment in which all members may flourish. Attend events or become a sister! Link:

Design and Innovation Day

Design and Innovation Day showcases capstone projects, design and research initiatives and activities undertaken by senior students from Engineering, Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Community and Regional Planning and Nursing. Attend or support the event by participating as a volunteer! Email:

Engineers without Borders

UBC Engineers without Borders provides a space for students to create solutions for alleviating poverty and generating awareness. They seek to change the world by providing engineering expertise to various ventures – ultimately introducing new ideas and perspectives to create a community of global care. Link:


The Engineering Undergraduate Society supports the academic, professional and social needs of engineering students. An entirely student-led organization, EUS provides academic support, financial assistance to student groups, and professional development for engineering students. Students are encouraged to get involved with the society and have an incredible impact on other engineering students. Whether you take on an executive position or volunteer at an event, there’s a position for everyone. Link:

Gears and Queers

Gears and Queers is an LGBTQ+ engineering club dedicated to creating an open, accepting space for queer engineering students at UBC. We strive to build and support a community for queer engineering students and provide a positive safe space on the UBC campus through social and professional events and a visible presence in engineering student life. Gears and Queers is also open to our non-queer allies (fondly known as “Gears”). Link:

UBC First Year Support and Orientations

Welcome new-to-UBC Applied Science students to campus! Imagine Day and Jump Start are orientation programs that help introduce students to their new community at UBC and you can help make these programs a success. Join us in preparing, supporting and welcoming new students! Check for details.


Sigma Phi Delta is the largest professional and social engineering fraternity in the world, with chapters spanning across North America. The Theta Chapter has been at UBC since 1932, and our wide network of alumni stretches across all engineering disciplines, giving students a chance to network with professional engineers around the world. Link: