Undergraduate Study
McCormick Student Activities Fair

In place of Afternoon with McCormick, the Office of Undergraduate Engineering will be hosting the Fall 2020 Virtual McCormick Student Activities Fair on Thursday, October 1, from 5 p.m. - 8 p.m. Please check back frequently for participating McCormick student organizations as well as their Zoom room info! This will be a great event and we encourage everyone, not just first-year students, to check out this event. You never know what you might find!


Northwestern BAJA designs, builds, and races an off-road car each and every year.

Northwestern Open Data InitiAtive

We are a student group building an open data portal for Northwestern Univesirty.

EPIC (Entrepreneurship Club)

EPIC is a student organization run by students, for students to learn more about the world of entrepreneurship. The general membership is open to all students to attend workshops, guest speakers, and other events!

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

SWE is a supportive community of students within gender minorities in engineering that organizes outreach, social, and professional development events.

Northwestern Formula Racing

NFR designs, builds, and races an open-wheel formula-style car every year, competing against more than 125 collegiate teams from around the world.


The Competition for Undergraduate Regenerative Engineering (CURE) club challenges the innovation and technical skills of student interdisciplinary teams to tackle medical problems using regenerative engineering solutions.

Develop and Innovate for Social Change (DISC)

DISC works at the intersection of technology and social good. Get project experience. Help community clients. Make an impact. All are welcome!

Northwestern Univerity Nanotechnology Club (nanoNU)

Are you interested in science, engineering, or technologies of the future? Join Northwestern's premier nanotechnology student organization: nanoNU!

Institute of Industrial Engineers

We are a community for IEs to meet each other, get to know our faculty, and share information and tips to succeed as IEs at Northwestern.

Environmental Engineering Undergraduate Society

Hello, we are EnvEUS and we serve to offer societal, academic, and professional help for EnvE's. Interested in EnvE then stop by and learn more!

Northwestern Undergraduate Energy Club

The Northwestern Undergraduate Energy Club (NUEC) seeks to develop and foster a community of NU undergrads who are passionate about the energy industry through educational, professional and discussion-based activities. Come say hi!

Engineers Without Borders

We are a group of NU students committed to enacting change globally and locally through engineering and mentorship.


We are Northwestern's aerospace interest group dedicated to participating in NASA rocketry competitions, RC airplanes, and approved student proposed projects.

Engineers for a Sustainable World

ESW at Northwestern University empowers students to take on leadership roles in applying the principles of sustainability to their present and future work through action-based engineering projects and the education of ourselves and our community on sustai

Concrete Canoe

NU’s Concrete Canoe team is an opportunity for students of engineering and non-engineering disciplines to gain hands-on experiences not provided in classroom and lab settings. Students are able to apply their knowledge from material science, mechanics of materials, project management, DTC, general mechanics and other classes through designing and testing a fully-competitive, racing canoe made of a concrete mix of their own creation.
Society of Asian Scientists & Engineers

NU SASE is dedicated to the advancement of Asian heritage scientists and engineers in education and employment, so that they can achieve their full career potential.

Blockchain Group

An interdisciplinary project-based club that works with blockchain technology and the industry.

Global Engineering Brigades

Global Engineering Brigades’ mission is to design and engineer clean water systems to sustainably empower communities in the developing world.

National Society of Black Engineers

NSBE is the nation’s largest organization dedicated to fostering a community for black engineers.

Women in Computing (WiC)

WiC creates a community for women, non-binary, and trans-folk who are passionate about tech by their social, career, and skill-building events.

American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)

NU’s chapter of AIChE (national chem e assoc.)! Get to know peers, professors, alumni, careers, and more. No membership reqs; come to any events you want!

ASCE - American Society of Civil Engineers

We provide opportunities for students to develop their passion for civil engineering as well as build community within the CEE Department through social, professional, and educational events and programming.

Girls Empowered by Math and Science (GEMS)

GEMS aims to help close the learning gap in STEM fields, in which women are greatly under-represented. We do this though exposure to these subjects in a positive and supportive environment with various hands-on and inquiry-based activities. Whether these

Theme Park Engineering and Design (TPED) Group

We are a group for people interested in theme entertainment. We participate in competitions, listen to speakers, and learn important skills.

NU Robotics

In NU Robotics, members can work on a multitude of robotics related projects and competitions. No prior experience is necessary to join!

McCormick Student Advisory Board

The McCormick Student Advisory Board (MSAB) is the student council representing the McCormick community, identifying the needs of students, and working with the administration and their interests to improve the McCormick experience.

Society of Hispanic Engineers (SHPENU)

Chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, a national STEM group. Programming such as social events, career fairs,volunteering, and leadership opportunities.

IEEE Northwestern

The premier organization for all things CS+EECS on campus. A student chapter of the larger organization.


NUsolar is an engineering team of more than 30 students dedicated to the design and manufacture of fully solar powered vehicles. Our team welcomes students from all majors!

General Information Booth

Please feel free to stop by this Zoom room if you have any general questions. This room will be staffed by Jenn Henry from the Office of Undergraduate Engineering from 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.