Student organizations and labs

The Polytechnic School’s student organizations and labs are open to all ASU students (in-person, immersion, ASU Sync and online), offering rewarding hands-on, collaborative and often times competition-based experiences. Contact any of the groups below to get involved or email Sona Srinarayana for details on how to join.

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Desert WAVE

Desert WAVE

The Si Se Puede Foundation has partnered with Arizona State University to create a women’s autonomous underwater vehicle team.

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Helios Rocketry

Helios Rocketry is a team of students working to create a new wave of innovation and enthusiasm for space exploration by empowering students to participate in more hands-on complex, STEM projects. Helios Rocketry is doing this by competing to be the first student-led team that designs, builds, and launches a liquid-propelled rocket to actual space!

Contact: hadley.max@asu.edu

GlobalResolve Club (GRC)

The Global Resolve Club promotes social entrepreneurship through projects that directly improve the lives of underprivileged people and nations.

Contact: mnavar21@asu.edu

AIGA Poly

The GIT Club is here for all students to learn more about GIT-related areas (web, photography, print and digital design, video, 2D/3D animation/art, print technology) and ASU topics important to students.

Contact: Jessica.Lynn.Barnett@asu.edu

Women in Science and Engineering (WISE)

WISE is a leadership development program for women and is open to students of any major and gender who are pursuing STEM careers.

Contact: smcbreen@asu.edu

Women in Aviation (WAI)

Women In Aviation is an organization bringing together women and men in the aviation community at ASU to develop professionalism and network within the industry.

Contact: chcrame1@asu.edu

Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES)

The HFES Student Chapter@ASU is an organization comprised of students (undergraduate and graduate) and faculty interested in human factors: the study of designing products, processes, and systems to better suit human cognitive abilities.

Contact:  glematta@asu.edu

Rossum Rumblers (RRR)

Rossum Rumblers (Robotics Club) does everything from competing in Battlebots arena to model rocketry.

Contact: mreklait@asu.edu

NerdHerd

VISION is to Inspire, Encourage, Motivate, and Support our future Information Technology professionals

MISSION is to provide security awareness, networking opportunities, fun IT events, seminars, and philanthropy for our Polytechnic students. Nerd Herd is a student-led organization at Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Arizona State University.The CyberSecurity Devils Club is a subsidiary of the NerdHerd Club

Contact: jrharwo1@asu.edu

Sun Devil Racing (SDR)

Sun Devil Racing is a student chapter of the Society of Automotive Engineers located on the Arizona State University Polytechnic campus. Our team competes annually in the Baja SAE Collegiate Design Series and is currently designing an off-road racing vehicle.

Contact: mcasti43@asu.edu

Programming and Activities Board

There’s a lot to look forward to at Arizona State University (ASU) when the student staff of the Programming and Activities Board (PAB) is hard at work! The Programming and Activities Board (PAB) is one of the largest and most exciting groups on campus. Consisting of multiple departments that plan activities and events in various areas of interest, PAB is committed to providing ASU students with the best experience possible through innovative programming and involvement opportunities!

Contact: qashlock@asu.edu

Undergraduate Student Government

The Undergraduate Student Government of Arizona State University Polytechnic Location (USGP) is the student government at ASU Polytechnic. It is our responsibility to represent Polytechnic students and the Polytechnic Location. We work in union with our counterparts at USG West, Tempe, Downtown, and the Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA). We need motivated, responsible, and enthusiastic students to help us serve the Polytechnic Campus and Arizona State University. There is no set limit to the amount of involvement that you can contribute to USGP.  If you have a desire to participate, and want to be the voice for ASU students, join us!

TRIO Devils

Welcome to the TRIO Devils @ Poly page. We are happy you are interested in our student organization. The purpose of this club is to provide a variety of educational experiences and volunteer opportunities that will encourage members to broaden their knowledge of, and increase their enthusiasm for, their academic career and interests at ASU. TRIO Devils @ Poly will be able to provide opportunities for social connection and the sharing of ideas among organizational members, as well as promote leadership development and student involvement at ASU. As a club, we invite you to join us. We hope that you, too, will become a TRIO Devil! Please feel free to email us at the club email address; triodevilspoly@gmail.com

 

Sigma Alpha

Sigma Alpha is a professional agricultural sorority that promotes scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship among its members through professional workshops, local and agriculture community service, and weekly business meetings.

Luminosity Lab – Project Trident One

Project Trident One, a multi-disciplinary, Luminosity Lab team, is retrofitting a Chevy Camaro into a fully autonomous racing vehicle built to conduct research in high-speed environments at the Polytechnic campus.

Contact: luminosity@asu.edu