In addition to 300+ Institute-wide student organizations, a number of ECE-specific organizations exist within the School. Involvement in student organizations is a great way to meet people, engage in outreach activities, and build your resume.
The goal of ECE Ambassadors is to increase ECE student involvement in admissions events, community outreach, and interaction with faculty, and to encourage the development of future Georgia Tech electrical and computer engineers.
Eta Kappa Nu is the honor society for Electrical and Computer Engineering. Eta Kappa Nu was founded in 1904 at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and now has nearly 200 chapters. Eligibility depends mostly on scholarship, personal character, voluntary services, and distinguished accomplishments. For undergraduates, the most important qualification is scholarship during the first years in college.
Founded in 1884, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is the world’s largest technical professional community. IEEE at Georgia Tech is a student branch of National IEEE with over 800 members, making GT IEEE the largest student branch in the nation AND in the western hemisphere.
Women in Electrical and Computer Engineering (WECE) was established in fall 2004 by a group of five women, consisting of both undergraduate and graduate students. The initial objective of WECE was to create a community within the ECE department at Georgia Tech where women could seek friendship, support, and advice regarding their academic, professional, and personal life.
Additional engineering and science organizations of interest to ECE students include:
Last revised August 30, 2017