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What student groups do mechanical engineering students get involved in?

Mechanical engineering students apply their knowledge, compete, make friends and have fun in a wide range of mechanical engineering focused and general Engineering student organizations.


Rocket motorsports/ the Formula SAE team designs, builds and races a Formula One-style car in national and international races every academic year.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) instills the values of Character, Leadership, Academics, Sportsmanship, and Service into all of the men and women who make up our chapter and live those values on a daily basis.
The University of Toledo Rocketry Club is an organization dedicated to spreading enthusiasm in space exploration and engineering.
The Rocket Robotics club designs robots to compete in the VEX robotics competitions

 The University of Toledo's Rockets Mining Club is dedicated to competing in the annual Robotic Mining Competition held by NASA

The Association of MIME Graduate Students (AMGS) is an organization dedicated to bridging the gap between students and faculty members as well as being the voice for the graduate students of the MIME department. Facebook LinkedIn

The American Welding Society invites students wanting to expand their welding knowledge and take a more active role in their careers to get more involved with welding.

Last Updated: 6/27/22