American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

Membership

How to Become a Member

  • If you are interested in joining,  you can fill out the membership form and send to Aidan Pence. A copy of the membership form can be downloaded below. 

  • If you would like to join, and are no longer a freshman, there is a membership fee of $10.00. Checks and cash are accepted. Please make all checks payable to ASCE.

  • If you are an existing member who would like to be more involved, there are opportunities for more ASCE officers. Contact President Alexander Huntzinger for more details.

  • For the CSU ASCE Student Chapter Membership Form click here.

  • For the CSU ASCE Constitution and By-Laws click here.

Benefits

  • Meet other Civil Engineering students outside of classes

  • Network with local professionals

  • Participate in community service activities

  • Compete in the ASCE concrete canoe competition

  • Compete in the ASCE steel bridge competition

  • Build your resume

  • Practice material for the FE exam, Texas A&M has video lectures covering FE topics which can be found here.

For more information please visit the National ASCE Student website.

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