Becoming a member of the Student Engineers' Council is easy! After attending two General Assembly meetings (schedule) during a given semester, students become voting members. Members vote on new officers, College of Engineering awards, constitutional amendments, and the allocation of philanthropic funds. In addition, members of the SEC are exposed to many opportunities, including scholarships, research information, and attendance to the largest student activities in the College of Engineering.

For design team and society representatives, the SEC is a connection to both the undergraduate student body and to resources for success. Through the Lynn Nystrom Organization Fund, the Design Team Endowment Fund and Big Contribution, the SEC allocates funds to organizations within the College of Engineering. Additionally, SEC meetings and events provide an outlet for organizations to connect with the undergraduate student body.

Please review the documents below or contact the Director of Administration (Ryan Muller, for more information on how to become a member.

Position Name Contact
President Rachel Iwicki
Vice President Eugenia Walk
Director of Finance Caleb Goertel
Director of Administration Ryan Muller
Director of Relations Manisha Iruvanti
Director of Philanthropy Chris Brassel
Engineering Exposition Chair Katrina Pelkey
Leadership in Engineering Conference Chair Reilly McLaren
Information Management Chair Ha Nuel Lee
Engineers' Week Chair Alexandra Peck
Awards and Scholarship Chair Michelle Wu
Publicity Chair Adam Baldwin
Membership Enrichment Chair Matt Conway
Freshman Chair Shivani Bajaj
Faculty Advisor Dr. Bev Watford