Saskatoon Engineering Students' Society (SESS)

... is the official college-wide students’ society of the College of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan. Our purpose is to serve the interests of the students in the college.

Engineering Graduate Community Council (EGCC)

...serving the engineering graduate student community at the University of Saskatchewan. It enhances the collaboration among graduate students of various disciplines at the college.

Student Discipline Groups

... represents, serves, and supports the students enrolled in Civil Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan.
... is an active student group that represents environmental engineers at the University of Saskatchewan by providing for the academic and social needs of our students and maintaining an official link between the students and the College.

... represents the interests of those attending the UofS for the study of Geological Engineering.

We are an extremely active student branch of the IEEE, based at the University of Saskatchewan. Our branch was first established in 1957. We handle all the social, academic, and charitable needs of the Electrical and Computer Engineering undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Saskatchewan.

Student Design Teams

Huskie Formula Racing is an interdisciplinary group of University of Saskatchewan students working together to design and build an open wheeled formula-style race car to compete in the Formula SAE (FSAE) student design competition. The team involves students from all of the different engineering disciplines, students from the Edwards School of Business, College of Arts and Science and many of the other colleges.

The Steel Bridge Design Team or Bridge City Bridge Team is a Civil Engineering student group that builds 1:10 scaled bridges with steel.  We will then compete with our design at an international level against other Colleges. we conduct our own design, analysis, and construction of bridge based on the criteria outlined in the current year rules provided by the American Society of Civil Engineers. Click below to view the 2018 Steel Bridge Competition rules.

If you have a passion for aviation, or love to design, build, and fly planes, or want to gain technical and soft skills that will look amazing on your resume, or all of the above, then this could be for you!

Each year the team designs and builds a complete tractor prototype by implementing innovative elements to prove on the success of previous years. Apart from the competition specified engine and rear tires, the entire design strategy and responsibility is in the hands of the team.

The USST is a team of more than 30 students from multiple colleges who share a passion for space and space-related technologies. The team is currently working on its Mars rover project, which regularly competes internationally, as well as its CubeSat project that is expected to launch into space in 2021. If you would like to learn more or want to get involved, click the link below!

Student Professional Associations

The Branch’s first priority is to involve our local students from the University of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Polytechnic campus. This direct link between our Branch members and the CIM Saskatoon Student Chapter has provided the students with preparation and guidance for the next generation of leaders in the mining industry.

The University of Saskatchewan is home to one of the 36 Engineers Without Borders chapters across Canada. We focus on development issues across the globe and work to make a difference both overseas and here in Canada. Our chapter is filled with students who are passionate, motivated, and excited about change.

Through local student chapters and international programs, SPE serves over 73,000 student members globally. We offer many resources and opportunities for students to expand their knowledge and enhance their skills.

Join the USask Chapter of AISES and become a part of a supportive community of Indigenous learners who are USask students that have an interest in science and engineering studies. We invite all students in Engineering, Agriculture & Bioresources, Arts & Science, Dentistry, Nursing, Medicine, Pharmacy & Nutrition, Education, Kinesiology, Environment & Sustainability and any other Indigenous students who have an interest in becoming a part of the STEM community at the University of Saskatchewan. To sign up, contact the Post-Secondary Chapter Advisors, Sandy.Bonny@USask.ca or Alana.Bitsuie@usask.ca

Explore undergraduate and graduate opportunities, engage with Indigenous STEM professionals, and network with scholarship granting organizations and corporations looking to hire. STEM professionals and corporations can meet bright, accomplished young Indigenous STEM students ready to begin their careers. 

Benefits:

  • Join a Circle of Support for STEM students
  • Scholarships/Bursary opportunities
  • Conference sponsorship
  • Aboriginal Student Centre space for USask Student Chapter of AISES members
  • Executive spots open for future STEM leaders!

Want to know more about AISES Chapters in Canada? Who is AISES?

Founded in 1977, the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a national nonprofit organization focused on substantially increasing the representation of Indigenous peoples of North America and the Pacific Islands in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) studies and careers. AISES gives Canadian Indigenous STEM students and professionals an opportunity to gather, connect, and create long-lasting relationships within Canada through national gatherings, and across the continent at AISES regional and national gatherings.

This robust nonprofit currently supports individual student and professional members across the U.S. and Canada in critically needed STEM disciplines. Through chartered college and university chapters, tribal chapters, and affiliated K-12 schools, members benefit from diverse STEM-focused programming that supports careers and promotes student success and workforce development in multiple crucial areas. To learn more visit www.aises.org