Student organizations help students achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, by providing community and experiential opportunities in the engineering profession.
Campbell Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Collegiate Section
SWE’s mission is to support its members to “achieve (their) full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity”. Open to any interested student, SWE provides collegiate members with opportunities to network with professionals in the region, engage in professional development training, participate in outreach and service activities, and interact with potential employers.
Campbell’s SWE Collegiate Section was approved in June 2017 and is part of SWE’s Region D. The Section co-sponsors Campbell’s annual National Engineer’s Week activities, meets with Eastern NC SWE Professional Section members, attends the annual SWE WE Conference and Career Fair, hosts a variety of external speakers, and offers members opportunities to become involved in the School of Engineering, the broader campus community and the region.
For more information on Campbell’s SWE Collegiate Section, contact Campbell’s SWE Faculty Advisor, Dr. Jenna P. Carpenter.Learn more about SWE
Campbell National Society of Professional Engineers / Professional Engineers of North Carolina (NSPE/PENC) Student Chapter
NSPE, in partnership with the State Societies such as PENC, is the national organization of licensed Professional Engineers (PEs) and Engineer Interns (EIs). As such, it serves as the recognized and authoritative expert in engineering licensure, ethics, and professional practice; promotes licensure and assists individuals in becoming licensed; and protects and enhances the value of licensure and the opportunities for the licensed engineer. Student members benefit from a variety of free resources, networking opportunities, news about the engineering profession, and products and services aimed at supporting their progress toward professional licensure.
Campbell University has the only active NSPE Student Chapter in the State of North Carolina. The Chapter co-sponsors Campbell’s annual National Engineer’s Week activities, volunteers at the NSPE MathCounts competition, meets with NSPE/PENC professional members, attends the annual PENC Summer Conference, hosts a variety of external speakers, and offers members opportunities to become involved in the School of Engineering, the broader campus community and the region.
For more information on Campbell’s NSPE/PENC Student Chapter, contact Faculty Advisor Dr. Michele Miller.