The success of our student chapter is greatly dependent on the generous support of engineering firms and individuals that believe in enriching the careers of our future civil engineers at UT-Arlington.
Supporting our chapter gives students a chance to gain practical experience unavailable in the classroom. Through our student chapter, students develop the skills of teamwork, innovation, project management, communication, professionalism, etc. As a sponsor of ASCE at UT-Arlington, you gain the opportunity to:
Ways to Support us
Please contact our industry liaison if you are interested in supporting our student chapter at UT-Arlington. Our 2016-2017 sponsorship packet is available for your reference.
Thank You 2016-2017 Sponsors!
Braid, Hampton, & Brown, Inc.
We've got a top notch team!
ASCE serves as a job hotline linking the students with industry. Internships can be found through connections stemming from ASCE involvement.
Conferences and Workshops
Conferences and workshops provide a rewarding experience in networking, learning new things about civil engineering, and new skill sets that you don’t learn in the classroom. Our student chapter attends the Workshop for Student Chapter Leaders (WSCL) every year. This conference provides an opportunity to network with students and professionals from Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico.
Want to meet with professionals face to face? The Fort-Worth and Dallas branches of ASCE host monthly meetings where over 40 professionals network, eat lunch, and listen to a keynote speaker. If interested, our chapter provides business cards and carpooling for students to attend.
General Body Meetings
Confused about what direction to take within Civil Engineering? Speakers from industry visit monthly to speak at our general body meetings to speak about their particular field of interest. We host these meetings on the first Wednesday of every month during the fall and spring semesters.
Interested in seeing a construction or completed site? We visit various civil engineering projects to see real world applications of civil engineering where a professional will guide us through the project and answer questions students may have.
You can get to know your classmates outside of the classroom, make friends, share in your trials and tribulations, and enjoy ASCE activities with one another. We provide various opportunities to get our members socially involved.
There are various events on campus where members can compete with other student organizations, faculties, and professionals. Our student chapter gets involved with the university’s intramural sport events like bed races, volleyball competitions, and etc. As well as engineering events to bring all of our fields together.
We dine at Old School Pizza and Suds once or twice a semester on a Friday. We host this event as a profit social share where our members can socialize and dine. Pizza and Suds offers pizza, pasta, sandwiches, and suds.
Every Fall semester, we host a cookout to familiarize our members, officers, faculties, alumni, and professionals with each other. This event provides everyone with an opportunity to relax and have fun at the start of school. During this event, we have canoeing practice as well where the community can see our team row on the lake.
It's a meeting where our members get the opportunity to have a fun rewarding experience of meeting new people and working on interactive activities together.
We serve our community through our volunteering program where we help those in need and provide our members with the opportunity to make a difference.
Tarrant Area Food Bank
Tarrant Area Food Bank's mission is to empower communities to eliminate hunger by providing food, education, and resources through innovation and collaboration. Our student chapter does a food drive collecting food to donate.
Habitat for Humanity
They are an organization with sole purpose of making communities around the United States better places to live. Some typical work involves building or renovating a home for low income families while creating a healthy and sustainable community. Our local organization is Trinity Habitat for Humanity located in Fort Worth.
Trinity River Trash Bash
The Trinity River Trash Bash is an event to put on by the Tarrant Regional Water District that unites the community to pick up trash that has accumulated in the Trinity River.
Membership within our student chapter is open to all students. We accept membership throughout the academic year. Membership offers all members opportunities not offered within the engineering curriculum.
Student Chapter Membership
To become a member of ASCE, just fill out the following online membership application.
National ASCE Membership
Our student chapter highly encourages that you sign up as a national member. For students, this membership is free. By becoming a national member, you get the following benefits outside of our chapter:
To become a national member, click here and sign up as a student, then fill out online registration form. (This is not a substitution for student chapter membership.)
ASCE office: Nedderman Hall (NH) Room #226
University of Texas at Arlington
P.O. Box 19308
Arlington, TX 76019
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