Get Involved!

As a Viterbi student, your experience is heightened with active participation in student organizations!

The USC Office of Campus Activities maintains information regarding university-wide student organizations. Below is a listing of current Viterbi-affiliated student organizations, designed to enhance your undergraduate and graduate years of study at USC. Visit their websites or contact them by email for more information on how to join these organizations.

Resources for Viterbi Student Org Leaders

**Are you a Viterbi student org leader or interested in learning more about creating a club at USC and Viterbi? Check out these resources!

Viterbi Affiliated Organizations

3D4E

3D4E is committed to realizing the ideas of individuals and creating tangible dreams of them through application of 3D printing, modeling, and building. 3D4E solves the problem of interdisciplinary collaboration through focused projects.

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Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI)

AAAI members are passionate, eager, and excited about artificial intelligence — and about strengthening its ties to the community at USC and in the surrounding area. They pursue these goals through academic enrichment, corporate networking, expansion of technical expertise, social engagement, and philanthropic outreach events.

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American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists (AAEESS)

The purpose of this organization is to explore and promote academic and
career issues related to the field of environmental engineering and environmental
science, and to connect those interested in these fields with other likeminded
individuals within and beyond USC. The AAEES at USC chapter further aims to
bring national AAEES resources to USC students, which may include but are not
limited to the following: professional networking and mentoring opportunities,
speaker events, award eligibility, training workshops, and seminars.

AeroDesignTeam (ADT)

The AeroDesign Team works to design, fabricate, and demonstrate the flight capabilities of an unmanned, electric powered, radio controlled aircraft in the annual AIAA/Cessna/Raytheon Design Build Fly competition.

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Alpha Omega Epsilon (AOE)

AOE is a professional and social sorority for female engineering and science undergraduate students. AOE works to advance the careers and education of women in engineering and science, and to promote a friendly, warm atmosphere.

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American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)

AIAA furthers the purposes and programs of the American Institute of Aernautics and Astronautics national organization at USC.

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American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE)

AIChE is a non-profit organization providing leadership to the Chemical Engineering profession. AIChE provides forums to advance the theory and practice of the profession, upholds high professional standards and ethics, and supports excellence in education. Institute members range from undergraduate students to entry-level engineers to chief executive officers of major corporations.

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USC Chem-E-Car Team (CHECar)

The purpose of this organization is to build and compete a shoebox sized car completely powered by a chemical reaction, promoting interdisciplinary education through hands-on experience of concepts learned in class. The team will be competing at the Regional and National AIChE conferences.

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

ASCE is a professional society dedicated to the advancement of science and engineering, specifically in the fields of Civil and Environmental Engineering. USC’s student chapter is the first step in a lifetime membership in the organization. ASCE exposes students to the civil engineering industry and informs students about related opportunities through guest lecturers; social activities; field trips; and the annual design, construction, and competition of projects like the concrete canoe and steel bridge. Any Civil or Environmental Engineering student enrolled at USC can join the student chapter.

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American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

ASME is dedicated to promoting and enhancing the technical competency and professional well-being of its members. They conduct one of the world’s largest technical publishing operations, hold 30 technical conferences and 200 professional development courses each year, and set many industrial and manufacturing standards. Founded in 1880 as the American Society of Engineers, today, ASME International is a non-profit educational and technical organization serving a worldwide membership.

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Associated Students of Biomedical Engineering (ASBME)

ASBME functions as a bridge-builder between students, faculty, and industry. The organization arranges tours of Southern California biomedical l companies and research institutes devoted to medical technology; sponsors on-campus presentations by alumni and industry speakers; enhances student life with fun social events like beach trips, movie nights, and barbecues; and promotes faculty-student- industry interaction with events such as the annual BME Corporate Dinner.

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Association of Chinese Students in Engineering (ACSE)

The purpose of ACSE is to prepare scientists, engineers and technologists for success in the global business world, celebrate diversity on campuses and in the workplace, and to provide opportunities for members to make contributions to their local communities. ACSE membership is open to men and women of all ethnic backgrounds.

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Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)

Founded in 1947, ACM is the world’s first educational and scientific computing society. Today, their members (over 80,000 computing professionals and students world-wide, and the public) turn to ACM for authoritative publications, pioneering conferences, and visionary leadership for the new millennium.

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AthenaHacks

The purpose of AthenaHacks is to support and nurture women* in tech with Southern California’s premiere all female* hackathon. From hardware back to mobile apps, there are so many fields of tech to explore! We want women to explore their ideas and interests.

*trans and non-binary inclusive

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Center for A.I. in Society's Student Branch (CAIS++)

CAIS++ (pronounced “case plus-plus”) is a student organization that serves as the student branch of the Center for Artificial Intelligence in Society (CAIS). Through
our partnership with the USC School of Social Work, CAIS++ connects students across disciplines to promote the development of A.I. applications for social good.

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Chi Epsilon *Civil Engineering Honor Society*

Chi Epsilon is designed to recognize scholarship, character, practicality, and sociability. Members must be Civil Engineering majors and have a GPA in the upper third of their junior or senior class.

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Code the Change

Digital technologies can empower nonprofits and social enterprises now more than ever before. However, non-profits and social enterprises often don’t have the resources to hire technical experts. Code the Change produces free digital products for non-profits and social enterprises, helping these organizations increase their impact through technology. In the process, Code the Change gives student developers the opportunity to use their skills for social change.

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Construction Management Association of America (CMAA)

The purpose of USC-CMAA is to promote professionalism and excellence in construction management by encouraging student participation in the Southern California CMAA, promote interaction between students, alumni, and industry professionals, and provide exposure to important topics and issues in construction management. USC-CMAA is open to all those interested in the field of construction and construction management. Undergraduate and graduate students in construction, engineering, business, real estate, architecture, and other related disciplines are welcome.

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Corpus Callosum

Corpus Callosum aims to encourage cooperation between Artists, Engineers, and all other creative types through group projects, design competitions, workshops and industry speakers.

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Design for America - USC

As a platform for interdisciplinary innovation and social impact, Design for America at USC applies design thinking to social issues within the local community. DFA at USC is a community of problem-solvers, artists, do-gooders, and team players striving to create impact and improve the world around them. Engineers working alongside journalists and business strategists and artists – with a foundation in interdisciplinary collaboration, Design for America supports the USC culture of innovation, tech, and entrepreneurship as a member organization of Spark SC.

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Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI)

The objective of the EERI USC Student Chapter is to promote the study and practice of earthquake engineering, science, planning and policy, by improving inter-disciplinary communication and raising community awareness about the dangers of earthquakes and methods to mitigate their effects.

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Engineers Without Borders (EWB)

The USC Chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB-USC) partners with developing communities to improve their quality of life through the implementation of environmentally sustainable, equitable, and economical engineering projects while developing socially and environmentally conscious engineering students. EWB USC offers the opportunity to enhance many attributes critical to successful engineering practice, including team work, problem solving, and creativity. Furthermore, EWB-USC allows undergraduate Trojan engineers to utilize and expand their engineering skills for a meaningful, moral purpose.

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Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) *Electrical Engineering Honor Society*

Eta Kappa Nu is the honor society for students, faculty, and practicing engineers. It is open to students in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering/Computer Science, and Biomedical-Electrical Engineering. Members are in the upper one-fourth of their junior class or upper one-third of their senior class. The goal of the USC chapter of Eta Kappa Nu is to network its members with its close industry relations and to prepare its members to be technological leaders.

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Girls in Tech (GIT)

The purpose of this organization is to empower, educate, and mentor female college students interested in entering the technology field. The goal of the program is to create excitement about the industry and encourage those college and university students considering a career in technology to pursue their ambition and meet like-minded women in industry.

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HackSC

The purpose of this organization is to explroe and promote academic and career issues related to technology entrepreneurship as well as the maker movement, and to thelp those interested in the field to get to know one another better outside the classroom and laboratory.

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HackSC Jr.

While even President Barack Obama has endorsed computer science classes in schools, this is sadly not a reality. This creates a discrepancy in college with some
freshmen coming in with a huge advantage because they were lucky to be exposed to programming at a younger age. All children need the opportunity to get
involved in programming before college. It is important that children know that programming is not only a powerful skill, but is also a lot of fun. Students need a day
and space to learn, explore and build whatever fun or innovative program they want. The purpose of this organization is to plan and host Hack SC Junior: a two-day
hackathon, one day for to 4th through 8th graders, another day for high schoolers, which gives students the opportunity to learn, explore, question, tinker and build
through programming. We have a focus to draw in children from underrepresented backgrounds in tech from the LA area. It will be open and free for students from
schools surrounding the University of Southern California, and current USC CS students or students with demonstrated interest and knowledge of programming will be
present as mentors at each event.

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Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES)

The University of Southern California HFES Student Chapter is organized to serve the needs of the human factors profession at USC. Its purpose  is to promote and advance the understanding of the human factors involved in the design, manufacture, and use of machines, systems, environments, and devices of all kinds through the interchange of knowledge and methods in the behavioral, biological, and physical sciences and in industrial, computer science, and other relevant engineering disciplines.

Hyperloop at USC

Hyperloop at USC is USC’s SpaceX Hyperloop Pod competition team.  Hyperloop at USC aims to bring about a new era of fast and sustainable transportation by developing Elon Musk’s Hyperloop concept and sharing its design with the world.

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Illumin

Illumin is an online magazine dedicated to exploring the science and technology behind the things we encounter every day featuring the work of talented USC undergraduate engineers along with submissions from universities across the nation. These articles relate the far-reaching impact of the engineering profession and provide a broader view of the socio-economic and political implications of rapid technological change. Illumin’s core team is composed of students who edit and format papers for the online medium. Our staff also includes a web developer and multimedia guru. We interview for open staffing positions every Spring.

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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is one of the world’s most prominent professional Engineering societies. The IEEE (“eye-triple-E”) helps advance global prosperity by promoting the engineering process of creating, developing, integrating, sharing, and applying knowledge about electrical and information technologies and sciences for the benefit of humanity and the profession. The USC IEEE Student Branch shares a vision of creating an engineering community which promotes both intellectual and social growth for students. The organization achieves this goal by sponsoring various activities that allow for greater interaction among the engineering student body.

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Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE)

USC IIE works with its members to enhance their experience as students at the University of Southern California. IIE strives to bring its members opportunities which provide them with valuable experiences, skills, and a familiarity with Industrial Engineering and related professions. Attending IIE Conferences and Seminars keeps students current on the latest trends and technologies. Student members also receive a free subscription to the award-winning Industrial Engineer magazine, an industry-leading source of information about new technologies, business trends, industry news, and people of interest to the IE profession.

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Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)

USC Institute of Transportation Engineers, USC ITE, provides students with opportunities in and out of engineering to learn more about the transportation field, attend transportation related field trips, and network with industry professionals. In the past, we have hosted several speakers from private firms and public agencies such as Port of Long Beach, Stantec Consulting, HDR, Metro and City of Pasadena’s Department of Transportation to speak to our members during our meetings.  We also participated at the annual Southern California Traffic Bowl and took home a top prize at the ITE Student Presentation Night.

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Korean Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA)

KSEA explores and promotes academic and career issues related to the field of science and engineering, and helps those interested in the field to get to know one another better outside the classroom and laboratory.

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Los Angeles Technical Consulting Hub (LATCH)

The purpose of this organization is to provide pro bono technical consulting services and philanthropy to local businesses and organizations.

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LavaLab

LavaLab is USC’s product incubator, creating entrepreneurs out of USC’s the best engineering, design, and business minds. The program exists in three parts: first, a comprehensive curriculum that guides members through every step of creating a product — from ideation to wireframing to prototyping to user acquisition strategy, and more. Second, LavaLab hosts biweekly dinner nights with industry professionals; notable guests include Elon Musk, Arielle Zuckerberg, and John Bates. Third, and most importantly, is the immersive community that LavaLab facilitates — when you join, you’ll meet the most talented students at USC and collaborate with them on your product and socially. Applications are open to any student who demonstrates excellence in some related discipline and shows dedication to learn. LavaLab traditionally accepts between 25-30 people per semester to join new teams, and has about 200 members in the broader community who have already gone through the program.

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Makers

The purpose of this organization is to facilitate the exploration of concepts of electronics design and stimulate interest in the field of electronics while assisting the community with electronics-related projects and serving as a resource on campus for all.

MEDesign

The purpose of this organization is to expose undergraduate engineering students to the medical device field and commercialization process.

Minority Engineering Graduate Association (MEGA)

MEGA serves to unite minority graduate engineering students and provide them with an environment to enhance their academic, professional, and social involvement. MEGA organizes networking events, professional conferences, community services events, game nights, and more!

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National Organization for Business and Engineering (NOBE)

NOBE USC is the University of Southern California Chapter of the National Organization for Business and Engineering (NOBE), a national society uniting business, management and engineering organizations from universities coast to coast. NOBE strives to produce and refine leadership internally and develop professional skills in our members that can be translated into success in the business world.

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National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

NSBE’s purpose is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community. NSBE works to increase the number of minority students studying engineering at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. NSBE encourages members to seek advanced degrees in engineering or related fields and to obtain professional engineering registrations. New and innovative project ideas are generated and implemented throughout the year.

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Pi Tau Sigma *Mechanical Engineering Honor Society*

Pi Tau Sigma is the designated honor society for Mechanical Engineering students. The qualifications for membership require to student to have a minimum 3.0 cumulative gpa and a 3.0 GPA in Mechanical Engineering.

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Project Athena

The purpose of this organization is to explore and promote the successes of

those who identify as women in the field of technology, and to provide women

with the confidence and skills necessary to achieve their goals in a collaborative

and positive environment (AthenaHacks and club meetings).

Queers in Science Engineering and Technology (QuEST)

Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics is a national LGBTQ-affirming organization that aims to provide services and support for students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and to create a dynamic network between students and professionals in industry and academia.

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Recumbent Vehicle Design Team (RVDT)

The purpose of RVDT is to design and create a human powered vehicle to be entered into the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Human Powered Vehicle Challenge.

Robogals USC

Robogals is a global student-run organization which aims to increase enrollment of women in engineering and related fields through free STEM workshops held at
underprivileged schools in the community surrounding USC.

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SC Racing

This team will provide undergraduate and graduate students with hands-on, real-world experience in the field of automotive engineering as they design, build, and compete with a unique formula-style, open-wheel racecar.

Scope

The end-goal of scope is to foster a more cohesive structure for student developers to build independent team projects and contribute to the vibrant open source community of developers.

Sigma Eta Pi

Sigma Eta Pi is dedicated to developing human potential by transforming individuals into pioneers who follow their passion, establishing lasting relationships between young professionals, and creating opportunities through innovative pursuits.

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Sigma Gamma Tau *Aerospace Engineering Honor Society*

This honor society recognizes achievement and excellence in the Aerospace Engineering field. Members must have completed at least three semesters of work towards the BSAE degree and must be in the upper one-third of the senior class, upper one-fourth of the junior class, or upper one-fifth of the sophomore class with at least a B average.

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Sigma Phi Delta

Sigma Phi Delta (SPD) prides itself upon being ‘The Premier International Fraternity of Engineers’. The Alpha Chapter, established at USC in 1924, is very active within the Viterbi School of Engineering. The brotherhood works to prepare its members for both Academic and Professional challenges, and each member strives for the promotion of the Engineering Profession. Through active participation and strong core values, Sigma Phi Delta men have established themselves as outstanding members of society and the engineering community.

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Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers

SASE will explore and promote academic and career issues related to the field of science and engineering, and to help those interested in the field to get to know
one another better outside the classroom and laboratory. We prepare Asian heritage scientists, engineers and technologists for success in the global business world,
celebrate diversity on campuses and in the workplace, and to provide opportunities for members to make contributions to their local communities.

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Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)

SHPE was established at USC in 1974. As one of the first three chapters nationwide, SHPE-USC has grown into a legacy of successful professionals and prominent leaders in society. SHPE is the leading social-technical organization whose primary function is to enhance and achieve the potential of Hispanics in engineering, math and science. SHPE promotes the development of Hispanics in engineering, science and other technical professions to achieve educational excellence, economic opportunity and social equity. SHPE-USC offers students counseling and tutoring services. Professional contacts are offered through tours, speakers, seminars, and interviews. SHPE provides students a unique social atmosphere that brings a better cultural understanding among students.

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Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE)

The purpose of SMPTE is to explore and promote academic and career issues related to the engineering field of entertainment industry, and to help those interested in the field to get to know one another better outside the classroom and laboratory.

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Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)

SPE provides a worldwide forum for the exchange of technology to meet the world’s energy needs both today and in the future. SPE members from every oil and gas-producing region share their knowledge and experience through SPE conferences and exhibitions, workshops, journals and books, short courses, and section meetings. Becoming a member of SPE gives you new opportunities to benefit from this worldwide exchange of ideas and to become a contributor to the profession through the Society’s programs and activities.

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Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a professional organization that unites both women and men in engineering to successfully network, give back to the community, and make lasting connections. SWE is both a nationally and internationally recognized association, providing members with access to career tools, academic scholarships, industrial opportunities, and mentors within your field. The USC chapter of SWE prides itself on being the largest women-focused organization within Viterbi, creating an on-campus network of women engineers in addition to the international one. We hold numerous professional, social, and community outreach events during the year, some of which can be seen on our website. Membership is open to both women and men in engineering, regardless of graduate or undergraduate status.

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Spark SC

Spark SC ignites innovation by empowering students to develop their entrepreneurial potential and by fostering collaboration within the USC and Los Angeles community.

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Special Interest Group on Graphics (SIGGRAPH)

The purpose of the USC SIGGRAPH student chapter is to promote the generation and dissemination of information on computer graphics and interactive techniques in an academically-driven community. We aim to provide undergraduate and graduate students with a community in which they can expose themselves to the creative and computational aspects of whatever it is they aspire to achieve during their careers as students and later during their careers in the workforce.

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Startup Equinox

The purpose of this organization is to connect USC students to USC based startups.

TAMID at USC

The purpose of TAMID at USC is to:

  1. Facilitate and foster a connection with international business in Israel.
  2. Educate ourselves about the nature of Israeli Companies, both start up and corporate, in the international economic climate
  3. Build a relationship with the greater Israeli-Angelino Community for practical business and educational opportunities
  4. Inform and promote awareness of the robust and innovative Israeli economy

Tau Beta Pi (TBP) *All Engineering Honor Society*

The purpose of the USC SIGGRAPH student chapter is to promote the generation and dissemination of information on computer graphics and interactive techniques in an academically-driven community. We aim to provide undergraduate and graduate students with a community in which they can expose themselves to the creative and computational aspects of whatever it is they aspire to achieve during their careers as students and later during their careers in the workforce.

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Theta Tau

To develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest among its members and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship.

Undergraduate Research Education Connect (UREC)

The purpose of this organization is to create a guiding academic platform to connect undergraduate students who are interested or passionate in research to the opportunities that they are looking for. UREC will help students through the application process of preexisting programs as well as meet facetoface with professors that they are interested in researching under. Furthermore UREC will help generate exposure to different labs by conducting guided lab tours every other week. UREC believes in passion, and wants to be an inclusive club that accepts all kinds of undergraduate students who are passionate about research. UREC will initially affiliate with Viterbi and engineering students and then eventually expand to create a platform for Dornsife and students in other USC schools.

USC Aerial Robotics

The focus of USC Aerial Robotics (USCAR) is to develop and expand the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) industry while competing in the International Aerial Robotics Competition (IARC). We design and build a commercial-grade, autonomous quadcopter, capable of performing demanding tasks in undefined environments.

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USC Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Team (AUV)

The USC Autonomous Underwater Vehicle team is committed to the design, construction, and control of a fully functional autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV). Our undergraduate student design team participates annually in the International Robosub Competition, which challenges top universities from around the world to create and program autonomous underwater vehicles capable of completing a variable series of tasks. USC AUV is a student-run organization with software, electrical, mechanical and administrative subteams. Together we work to develop cutting-edge hardware and software for our AUV while providing a unique and rewarding experience for every member.

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USC eSports

The purpose of USC eSports is to build a casual and competitive gaming community where students, faculty, and locals can connect in a safe environment. This club aims to provide relevant, quality, and member focused meetings, events, and competitive experiences.

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USC Human Powered Design Team

The purpose of HPDT is to design and create a human powered vehicle to be entered into the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Human Powered Vehicle Challenge (ASME HPVC).

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USC Racing - Formula SAE Team (FSAE)

The USC Formula SAE team is an entirely student-run organization that designs, constructs, tests, & races high performance autocross racecars. The team is composed of both undergraduate and graduate students and is open to any major. We have members from all disciplines, material science, physics, business and cinema.

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USC Rocket Propulsion Lab (RPL)

The USC Rocket Propulsion Lab is a group of largely undergraduate students ardently focused on pushing the state-of-the-art in rocket propulsion technology. Armed with determination and the goal of putting a scratch-built rocket into space, the students associated with this group spend their free time designing, building, and testing experimental rocketry and propulsion hardware both in the lab and at their Mojave test and launch site.

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USC Rocket Society

The mission of the University of Southern California Rocket Society is to foster interest and passion in amateur rocketry within the greater USC community. The Rocket Society is dedicated to creating a welcoming environment that values safety, collaboration, experimentation, and learning. The goal of the Rocket Society is to inspire and support its members in achieving their amateur rocketry aspirations and become a model for other collegiate amateur rocketry organizations.

USC Solar Car Team

The purpose of this organization is to build and complete a solar powered car in various competitions around the world, promoting interdisciplinary education through cutting-edge, environmentally friendly engineering and entrepreneurial business needs. As a multifaceted team, SC/SC will be a joint project with students from, but not limited to the Marshall School of Business and the Viterbi School of Engineering combining aspects of management, science, and engineering.

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VEX Robotics Team

The purpose of this organization is to provide a hands-on educational experience for members through the annual VEX competition. To do so, we will build and program robots to complete the designated tasks and compete at competitions from the regional to the global level.

Virtual Reality Organization

The purpose of this organization is to promote virtual reality in and around the University of Southern California area by being centralized hub for all VR/ AR/ MR content and activities, as well as educate students in the production of VR/ AR/ MR technologies and experiences.

Viterbi Plus

Viterbi Plus is intended for undergraduate engineering students with a desire to develop business acumen, refine professional skills, and explore career opportunities. The organization stands on three pillars: Explore, Acquire, Implement. Members will explore potential career opportunities through speakers from a variety of professions available to engineers including consulting, entrepreneurship, patent law, engineering management, research, venture capitalism, and finance.

Members will acquire the professional skills needed to succeed in their careers through lessons from industry partners and interactive workshops that will facilitate sharing of experiences by members of all skill levels. Members will implement learned skills by working in multidisciplinary teams and engaging in events including case studies, social entrepreneurship challenges, and the NAE Grand Challenge.

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Viterbi Incubation Program

The purpose of this organization is help foster the progress and success of USC students and alumni startup teams in the technology industry. VIP serves as an incubator for all types of technology startups through the use of events, network, and supplies.

Women in Computing (WIC)

USC Women in Computing is a student organization that aims to provide a sense of community to women in Computer Science at USC. We make information that benefits women in computing readily available, in addition to hosting events such as tech talks, internship panels, and industry recruiting opportunities.

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