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AISC Student Clubs
AISC now offers college-level students a way to formally organize and develop a student organization that is recognized by AISC and the AISC Education Foundation. We encourage students at U.S. colleges and universities to create an affiliated AISC Student Club to access a variety of benefits.
Each Student Club's structure, size, and associated activities may vary. Clubs offer steel design and/or construction students the opportunity to gather on campus and meet as a group to exchange steel-related knowledge, engage in educational activities, or to network with peers and industry representatives. Additionally, AISC Student Clubs can support a school's Student Steel Bridge Competition (SSBC) team, attend AISC's NASCC: The Steel Conference as a group, or participate in AISC's Adopt-a-School program.
Each AISC Student Club is formally affiliated with AISC. Your Club will receive tax-exempt status, insurance coverage for your official Club activities, and the support of AISC staff and our extensive membership network!
Three students and a Faculty Advisor is all it takes. Simply complete the application form linked below to get started.
2019-2020 AISC Student Clubs
University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
University of Minnesota Duluth
The Ohio State University
California State University, Los Angeles
University of South Florida
Iowa State University
Milwaukee School of Engineering