Updates from the Society
Official Announcement of Fall General Meeting and Elections
Nominations for the Fall General Elections are now open! Two First Year Representative positions are open, and nomination forms are available through the EngSoc Canvas Page.
Completed Nomination Forms MUST be submitted via the Canvas Page Quiz by September 19th at 1:00 PM PDT. In addition, ten nominations for each candidate must also be submitted through the Canvas Page Quiz by September 19th at 2:00 PM PDT.
Voting for the First Year Representatives will be taking place digitally via the EngSoc Canvas Page over a 24 hour period between September 22nd and September 23rd.
Check out the graphic to the left for information on the Fall General Meeting!
Proposed Amendments to the Elections Policy
Please read the attached pdf to know more about the policy.
Click the button to access the Meeting Minutes of Annual General Meeting: March 2020.
Iron Ring 2021
Graduating in June 2021 and want to participate in the Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer Ceremony (Iron Ring)?! Join the UBCO Iron Ring 2021 Facebook Group page to make sure you are up-to-date on all things Iron Ring! If you do not have a Facebook account, contact the Iron Ring Rep at to receive further information.
Want to join the Engineering Society's Team? Want to expand your resume and enhance your communication and leadership skills? The Engineering Society is looking for students to fill their Directorship Positions. With 15 different portfolios, there is something to suit everyone's interest.
THERE IS NO DEADLINE. Applications will remain open until the position is filled. APPLY NOW to get the position you want. Check out the Google Form to APPLY!
Message from our President
"As the 13th President of the Engineering Society I am pleased to welcome you to another year of engineering at UBCO. This is an unusual time for all of us. Whether this is your first year in engineering or you are a returning student, we are all facing new challenges as we continue to navigate a world changed by COVID-19. I hope you find that the Engineering Society helps provide you with the sense of community we all need right now - I know our intent as the Society leaders is to create it. For many of us, this isn’t an easy time, but many of the attributes needed to get through an engineering degree are similar to those tested by the global pandemic situation. Courage, perseverance, and adaptability are hallmarks of our chosen future profession; and we are delighted to welcome you to a society that values these qualities and seeks to support you on your journey as an engineering student. This year our Society looks forward to providing you with opportunities to connect with other engineering students, and continue to offer our services even if we can’t do it in person. I genuinely wish you all the best this year, and I look forward to seeing you all back on campus in the future!"