Welcome to the American Society of Civil Engineers Student Chapter (ASCE) here at ODU. ASCE is comprised of students of civil engineering, civil and environmental engineering and civil engineering technology. ASCE allows members to mature to their professional status more rapidly by providing a conduit with which the student member is introduced to working professionals in multiple fields of civil engineering and construction engineering through professional presentations, off and on campus events, student engineering competitions and a close relationship with our sponsor chapter ASCE Norfolk Branch. Simply put ASCE offers student members more bang for your school bucks with opportunities to improve your educational experience and resume.
Joining is an easy process. First, register for the National ASCE organization at their website, http://www.asce.org/join/. The National regisration process is quick, easy, and free. Once you have registered you will need to send your ASCE National ID number to Sarah Bohn, firstname.lastname@example.org. The final step is to pay your student dues of $20 (Freshman do not have to pay dues) to the treasurer, Andrew Bunn, at any general body meeting. After you have completed these three things simply click on the "JOIN" icon and our chapter officers will immediately be alerted of your request, ensure that you have completed the prerequisites and then accept you into the student chapter. You will receive a reply by email as well as notification of meeting dates, times and location. Chapter events past and present are easily view-able here and on our web page (link to your left). Detailed chapter business is discussed at our bi-weekly meetings (Thursdays at 12:30 Kaufman Hall).
Our Mission Statement: To bring hands-on experience and networking opportunities to the academic environment, in order to broaden the students’ knowledge and passion of Civil Engineering.
We wish you all the best and please feel free to contact us directly with any further questions or comments via the links provided here.
The Old Dominion University American Society of Civil Engineers Student Chapter is aimed to provide students with the opportunity to meet and learn from local professionals in the field of Civil Engineering and provide students with an improved opportunity to earn scholarships and internships.The organization also attends an annual Virginia conference where students are able to apply what they have learned in class by participating in competitions and projects which involve various Civil Engineering topics. We wim to bring hands-on experience and networking opportunities to the academic environment, in order to broaden the students’ knowledge and passion of Civil Engineering.
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