The UOIT Engineering Students’ Society, also known as UOIT EngSoc, is the representative student body for all undergraduate full-time students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science (FEAS) and the Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science (FESNS) UOIT. In addition to providing funding for engineering clubs and groups, UOIT EngSoc organizes professional development, extracurricular and sports events for over 2000 members, proudly representing engineering students at Ontario’s fastest growing university. Established and registered in 2003 under the Student Association at UOIT originally as a club and later in 2008 as a society, UOIT EngSoc is one of the largest and most active students’ societies at the university.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) UOIT Chapter is an on campus group that strives to help enrich engineering student experience. Throughout the year UOIT ASME holds various events such as workshops, seminars and tours to keep students engaged in engineering outside the classroom walls. We encourage you to sign up to the UOIT ASME newsletter to get all the latest group activity sent to your inbox!
The IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) UOIT Student Branch is a engineering-focused society with the intent of providing services relating to technical and interpersonal development. Services include things such as lab space (McNaughton Centre), workshops, tutorials, and competitions. We also host networking activities through field trips, presentations and seminars, and mixers. Our work is not limited to the student body, as we also participate in humanitarian initiatives in the community. The society is comprised entirely of student volunteers of all disciplines.
The purpose of the Junior Engineering Technology Students (J.E.T.S) club is to foster a community of engineers in different sub-fields to design and create innovative designs and improve existing ones. With every project divided into phases, all members contribute their individual -strengths to make the project a success.
Women in Engineering (WiE) is a welcoming and empowering program that helps create an environment for the students to succeed academically while also developing professionally through various opportunities. WiE aims to do this by: 1) Providing creative outlets through intellectual activities such as building competitions and greenhouse initiatives to apply the class knowledge to obtain tangible results 2) Providing support through their challenges in academia, professional, personal and/or social situations.