Student Groups & Teams

There are many student organizations for UMaine Engineering students. Being part of a student chapter, team, or group provides students with hands-on experience in dealing with engineering problems and working collaboratively in teams.

Want to know more about how to start or organize a student group? The University of Maine Student Government Inc. website has more information on student group funding, by laws and more.

Download current (2016-2017) Student Group List for Engineering, which lists officers and advisors for each group.

If you cannot find the team or group you are looking for, or need information corrected about your group, contact Victoria Wingo in the Dean’s Office for help.

Plan early & Good Luck!
Student groups and teams looking for funding for competitions, events, or other reasons should first contact their home department and search for other forms of support before requesting funding from the College of Engineering dean’s office.

Engineering Honor Societies: College of Engineering students are also eligible for membership in several scholastic honor societies. Students who excel academically are invited to join during their junior or senior year or at the graduate level. Membership in these societies will be noted on the student’s academic transcripts.

Competitive and Project Teams

  • 3D Printing Club
  • Bioengineering Student Club
  • Black Bear Robotics
  • Chemical Car Team
  • Clean Snowmobile Team
  • Concrete Canoe Team
  • Engineering Ambassadors
  • Heat Recovery Project
  • Human Powered Submarine Team
  • Micro-Turbines for Siphon Applications
  • SAE Clean Snowmobile
  • Senior Design Competition MET
  • Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
  • Steel Bridge Team
  • Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS)
  • Tidal Turbine Hub-Blade Interface Design
  • Tidal Turbine System Design for CCAR
  • University Flying Club
  • Vinalhaven Tidal Power
  • Wind Diesel Hybrid Power Systems

Student Chapters and Related Professional Organizations