University Programs

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.

Complete the Application

2019-2020 AISC Student Clubs

California State University, Los Angeles
The Ohio State University
University of Minnesota Duluth
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez