Student Organizations are a great opportunity to experience personal and professional growth, meet new friends, and share common interests with other students, faculty and staff.
More information on the Student Organizations offered at SET can be found in the group descriptions below.
Brief SET Student Organization Descriptions
UWT ASCE Club
Our chapter is committed to fostering the advancement of engineering by creating a supportive and collaborative environment for students providing valuable networking opportunities with professionals in the field and gaining insights into the real-world applications of civil engineering.
Enjoy The Perks
Attend fun (and free!) events
Better understand the job market with our Salary Report
Apply for internships, scholarships and fellowships
Compete with other ASCE chapters around the world in competitions
Gain skills for your resume
Solve engineering questions, problems, research and projects with AccessEngineering
Students who join get free ASCE Society membership
Association for Computing Machinery - Student Chapter
The ACM Student Chapter at University of Washington Tacoma is a student-run organization affiliated with the International ACM. An ACM Student Membership will help you with your research, papers, discussions, thesis and other schoolwork. The Association for Computing Machinery is an international society of those who are interested in computer technology and science.
SET Entrepreneurs Club
The School of Engineering and Technology (SET) Entrepreneurs Club is a student organization that aims to inspire and support the entrepreneurial spirit at the University of Washington Tacoma (UWT) campus. The Club was founded with the purpose of providing support and education for current and future tech entrepreneurs within the UWT student community. We facilitate related hackathons, workshops, presentations from industry leaders, and help build connections between members and the local tech entrepreneurship community.
UWT Game Development Club is dedicated to the learning and teaching of video game development, both as a hobby and for entrance into the Video Game Industry. Come learn with us as we discover how games work, what makes them fun to play, and ultimately, how to make them! Join our Discord: : https://discord.gg/rmWfm42tJv
Grey Hat Group
We research all aspects of computer security, including network security and information assurance, and to share that information with the regional community. The group is organized by the School of Engineering & Technology students, but is open to all students with an interest in security.
Grey Hat Group identifies 5 primary areas of academic pursuit:
Technical and logical vulnerabilities associated with computer networks
Technical and logical vulnerabilities associated with artificial applications
We meet in Cherry Parkes 206H (Information Assurance Lab) 12:30 - 1:30pm every Monday.
Google Developer Student Club
We are a student-led community of programmers dedicated to helping students prepare for a career in tech. Students from all class standings, majors, and skill levels are invited to join us.
We conduct problem solving sessions to help students gain more confidence in technical interviews and improve programming skills. We also host sessions dedicated to learning about popular CS topics, including cloud computing, machine learning, cybersecurity, and more in the future.
Join our Discord to have the most up-to-date information about meeting time and location.
IEEE UW Tacoma Student Branch is a group of students who are interested in engineering and technology. This club will give experience to students who want to improve on various skills valuable to potential employers. The club chooses several projects within the Science Technology Engineering and Math fields to focus on including robotics, programming hackathons, microcontrollers, power systems and controllable/autonomous designs. Our current project of focus is a robotics competition called RoboBrawl. All students interested in STEM are welcome to be a part of this community.
Our general meetings are on Mondays from 12:30 - 1:20 p.m. in Cherry Parkes (CP) 325.
Society of Women in Engineering (SWE)
SWE represents all women in engineering. A club for women to come together and have a community. An environment made for women to help women reach full potential and become leaders. Our goal is to give you the best help in educational and professional opportunities while you work towards your degree.
The purpose of Student Engineers is to give students an opportunity to work on large software projects like location services, sensor technology and gaming design/development while employing modern business and software development techniques such as AGILE programming.
Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) Honor Society
Upsilon Pi Epsilon is a national honor society that recognizes academic excellence at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in the Computing and Information Disciplines. Learn more about UPE.
We are a diverse collection of designers, programmers, researchers, and humble problem solvers working to meet the needs of end users. We create student opportunities through community involvement, scholarships, internships, and UX research and design.
Women in Computing Sciences (WiCS)
Women in Computing Sciences (WiCS) is a group committed to developing a network of diverse students to support each other in our university endeavors and computing science careers.
Follow us on Instagram for the most up-to-date information about UW Tacoma's WiCS group.
Women in Cybersecurity (WiCys) is the premier organization with national reach dedicated to bringing together women in cybersecurity from academia, research and industry to share knowledge, experience, networking and mentoring.