UBC Okanagan has a strong engineering club community that provides undergraduate students a platform in which to explore social, professional, and technical opportunities. Find a list of all Engineering related clubs below.
Alpha Omega Epsilon - Beta Beta Chapter
Alpha Omega Epsilon is a professional and social Sorority founded in 1983 that promotes friendship, leadership, and professionalism to all members of the organization, the community, and our professions. The Alpha Omega Epsilon Beta Beta Chapter was installed at the Okanagan campus of the University of British Columbia on March 26th, 2011.
Canadian Society for Civil Engineering
CSCE UBC Okanagan Chapter's mission to create the best environmental place for practicing engineers in the Okanagan region. When you join CSCE UBC Okanagan Chapter members, you will have a beneficial opportunity to learn in the professional engineering environment by hosting expert speakers, professional engineers and trainees. This environment is including facility tours, on site volunteering work, house of civil engineering nights.
Concrete Toboggan Club
Our team is made up of around 40 students. There are four sub-groups with our team: Concrete Design, Financial, Superstructure Design, and Technical Interaction, each lead by one or two of our Team Executives. GNCTR is a themed competition, and each team picks a new theme every year. For the 2017 competition, our toboggan was designed like a Viking longboat.
Engineering Entrepreneurship Association
EEA helps, promotes, and directs senior engineers and graduate researchers to take their innovative ideas to next inventions, to understand costumer needs and commercialization, to encourage engineers to become next entrepreneurs through workshops for understanding the market and costumer need, keynote speakers, and networking opportunities.
Engineers Without Borders
We believe that breaking the poverty cycle begins with a smart approach: providing sustainable solutions that can be carried out by local communities.
UBCO Motorsports is a Formula SAE team composed of a group of dedicated students, each with a unique set of skills and a willingness to learn. We fully design and build a open-wheeled Formula car which complies with the 182 page FSAE Rulebook over a period of 4 semesters, on top of our teams current academic workload, with the continuous goals of competing in the SAE Michigan and SAE Lincoln.
Sigma Phi Delta - Beta Epsilon
The Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity has, since its founding on April 11, 1924, at the University of Southern California, been a Professional-Social Fraternity of Engineers. We are Professional in that, unlike the General Fraternity, we admit to membership only students enrolled or working in a curriculum, or program, leading toward a degree in engineering,
Women in Engineering
Women in Engineering is dedicated to helping young women succeed in the applied sciences. Our goal is to support women throughout their university career, connecting them with the resources they need to do well in university, and prepare them for what comes after! We host a variety of events catered to social, professional, and academic development for engineering students on campus.
Innovate, Design, Sustain (IDS) is the first sustainability-focused design club at UBC Okanagan. Our club promotes sustainability on our campus and local community through project-based initiatives. Currently, our initiatives include: Solar Bench Project, where we are installing solar-powered benches on campus to create outdoor workspaces. Our team is designing the mechanical, electrical, software, and structural aspects of the benches, we are also attending the CPCI Wellness Bench Design Competition. Solar Decathlon Design Challenge, which is a net-zero building design competition hosted by the US Department of Energy.