Student Societies: The IEEE Student Branch

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is an international organization offering professional membership for engineers and scientists throughout the world. With a membership of over 360,000 in about 150 countries, IEEE is the world's largest professional technical society. The goals of IEEE focus on the promotion and advancement of knowledge and practice of electrical, electronics and computer engineering and computer science. To achieve these goals, 35 technical societies provide specialized membership within IEEE. In addition, over 800 worldwide Student Branches are sponsored by IEEE.

The SVSU IEEE Student Branch , established in 1986, is open to EE and CS students, who are enrolled on at least a 50% full-time basis. Students enrolled in an allied branch of engineering, engineering technology or the related arts and sciences are also eligible for membership.

For more information and an application for membership contact any of the following:

  • The IEEE Student Branch President
  • The IEEE Student Branch Faculty Counselor
  • The Chairperson of the EE Department.