Clubs & Associations

Students at the School of Engineering are proven visionaries, taking the initiative to launch new clubs and societies to further build their skills and connections outside the classroom.

The School of Engineering has a variety of student clubs and groups, and their numbers continue to grow every year.

Beta Beta Chapter of Alpha Omega Epsilon

The Beta Beta Chapter of Alpha Omega Epsilon hosts different events on and off campus including many homework and academic nights, professional events, and many sisterhood events.


Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia

Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia is the business name of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of British Columbia. Engineers and Geoscientists BC regulates and governs these professions under the authority of the Engineers and Geoscientists Act.

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Canadian Society for Civil Engineers (CSCE)

The CSCE is a learned society created to develop and maintain high standards of civil engineering practice in Canada and to enhance the public image of the civil engineering profession.

Learn more about the Okanagan chapter at



Concrete Toboggan

Each year a team of engineering students from the University of British Columbia Okanagan designs and builds a toboggan to compete in the Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race.

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Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineers (CSME)

CSME’s mission is:

  • To advance the quality and scope of mechanical engineering in Canada;
  • To stimulate the application of mechanical engineering for the benefit of mankind;
  • To promote the creation, exchange, diffusion of an access to technical and other information relevant to mechanical engineering for both technical and public interest;

For more information visit http://blogs.ubcocsme/



Engineers Without Borders

EWB Canada unlocks human potential in Canada by fostering a community of leaders—supporting a network of established thought leaders while developing the next generation of pioneers.

Learn more about the Okanagan chapter at


Engineering Society (EngSoc)

The Engineering Society is a non-profit student-run organization that provides social, professional, and academic services as well as representation to all UBC Okanagan engineering students. The Engineering Society is made up of a council of representatives from all student years and departments. The Engineering Society provides services and events aimed towards engineering students.

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Global Engineering Community

Global Engineering Community is a professional group that exists to connect, inspire, and support international students in UBCO’s School of Engineering.

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Mechatronics Club

Mechatronics is the synergy of mechanical, electrical, and computer engineering and our club is open to all people regardless of school year, skill level or major. Join us to design, build and destroy autonomous race cars, quadcopters, and robot arms.

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Women in Engineering (WiE)

Women in Engineering (WiE) is a committee dedicated to helping young women and femme-aligned individuals succeed in the applied sciences. The group strives to empower underrepresented students and support them throughout their university careers by connecting them with the resources they need to do well in university and prepare them for what comes after. WiE hosts a variety of events catered to social, professional, and academic development for engineering students on campus.

For more information please refer to the WiE  Instagram account: and Facebook page:

Sigma Phi Delta

Sigma Phi Delta is a Fraternity open to students of the Engineering faculty. It attends to the social, academic and professional sides of Engineering, in the school and at the workplace. We are an organization that fosters brotherhood, camaraderie, leadership and teamwork.

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UBC Okanagan Aero Club

UBCO Aerospace is a UBCO club dedicated to providing students with the opportunity to take flight in their passion for aerospace engineering.

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UBCO Motorsports

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.

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BC Water & Waste Association Student Chapter

BCWWA Okanagan Student Chapter is an organization for students interested in the water and waste water environment, which includes water quality, waste treatment, water and waste water treatment, storm water management, water distribution and waste water collection, and all other water related subjects.

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Innovate, Design, Sustain (IDS)

IDS seeks to uncover innovative engineering and scientific solutions to create a more sustainable environment on campus and throughout the Okanagan.

Spearheaded by three undergraduate students, the new club was registered in 2020 under the UBC Okanagan Students’ Union.

Contact IDS at or follow their Instagram page @idsubco for update.


UBC Okanagan IEEE Student Branch

The IEEE promotes the welfare and knowledge of our members through the holding of meetings, field trips, conferences, lectures and social events, with the express goal of developing and expanding the knowledge of theory, applications and professional practice as it relates to all phases of electrical and computer engineering and related fields of endeavor.

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Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers (CITE) UBCO Student Chapter

The Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers (CITE) UBCO Student Chapter is committed to promoting the advancement of transportation and traffic engineering by fostering connections between members, the profession and CITE worldwide. Multiple industry nights are held each year with presenters in the field of transportation engineering.


American Railway Engineering & Maintenance of Way (AREMA) UBCO Student Chapter

The University of British Columbia American Railway Engineering (AREMA) UBCO Student Chapter is authorized by the Constitution of the American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association (AREMA) and holds multiple industry nights each year with presenters in the field of railway engineering.


UBC Okanagan 3D Printing Club

The UBC Okanagan 3D Printing Club was established in 2017. The Club runs multiple events with the goal of widespread 3D printing access and knowledge.