College wide Student Groups

CEAS Ambassadors
The CEAS Ambassadors is a service organization for the advancement of the relationship between the students, alumni, faculty & staff and friends of the College of Engineering and Applied Science. This is achieved through the involvement in various events and activities sponsored by the College of Engineering and Applied Science. CEAS Ambassadors also serve as tour guides for the College of Engineering and Applied Science tour program, and help promote the college to prospective students.

National Society of Black Engineers - NSBE
The National Society of Black Engineers, as a national student and professional based organization, does hereby dedicate itself to the development of intensive programs for increasing Black and other ethnic minority participation in the field of engineering and engineering technology. These programs will be initiated both within and outside the university community and will serve to strengthen relations between professional industry and the black community. Members of this organization are encouraged to join and participate in their individual professional societies. This organization will endeavor to provide general counseling to all members.

Society of Women Engineers
The Society of Women Engineers stimulates women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders; expands the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life; and demonstrates the value of diversity.

Tau Alpha Pi - Engineering Technology
TAP is an honor society offering membership to outstanding students in engineering technology. It was founded in 1953 to provide recognition for high standards of scholarship, to promote and encourage scholastic achievement, and to engender desirable qualities of intellect and character among its members. The society extends membership to qualified students in the spring semester each year. Eligible students are notified by mail at that time.

Tau Beta Pi - General Engineering
Tau Beta Pi is a national engineering honor society. It was founded to recognize engineering students who have distinguished themselves with superior scholarship and exemplary character. The Ohio Beta chapter at the University of Cincinnati was founded in 1915 and is one of 205 collegiate chapters throughout the United States. In order to foster a spirit of liberal culture among the College of Engineering and Applied Science, the members participate in many projects including tutoring, philanthropic activities, and social events.

Theta Tau - Professional Engineering Fraternity
Theta Tau is the oldest and largest professional engineering fraternity in the nation. Theta Tau welcomes men and women in all engineering disciplines. Our Chapter was founded on May 22, 1999 and we are the largest professional engineering fraternity on campus. As a member, you will experience the brotherhood and philanthropy aspects of social fraternities, while also benefiting from professional development - guest speakers and plant tours.

Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal
Engineering Tribunal is the representative governing body of the College of Engineering and Applied Science, and membership is open to anyone - engineer or not. Engineering Tribunal is an extremely active organization that organizes numerous exciting events throughout the year. These events include an engineering career fair, sweatshirt sale, E-Week fun and games, TGIF parties each semester and Co-op Information Night. Their bi-monthly meetings are held on Mondays, and they welcome anyone who is interested in learning more about what makes the College of Engineering and Applied Science tick.