If you are a student at a college or university studying civil engineering, you can take advantage of the many benefits in becoming a member of ASCE. And best of all, ASCE student membership is free! You can obtain a student membership form from the ASCE website.
|Steinman Hall at City College is named after famous bridge engineer David B. Steinman, the President of the ASCE Met Section from 1946-47. The ASCE student chapter at City College was formed in 1923.
Here are examples of some of the benefits you'll receive as a student member of ASCE:
- Find civil engineering internships and jobs through ASCE's Career Connections and access ASCE's civil engineering classified positions site.
- Obtain recognition of your ASCE involvement by prospective employers.
- Obtain free monthly issues of the award-winning Civil Engineering magazine, ASCE News, and ASCE Student eNews via the ASCE student web site.
- Participate in on-line student discussion forums.
- Obtain opportunities to network with practicing engineers and other civil engineering students.
- Participate in ASCE student chapter activities organized by your college.
- Compete against other ASCE student chapters across the country in the Concrete Canoe Competition or the Steel Bridge Competition.
- Obtain discounted member rates on FE Exam review courses.
- Earn eligibility for $75,000 in annual scholarships, fellowships, and awards given by ASCE.
- Receive member discounts on ASCE publications and conference registration. Special programs for students are offered at national and regional ASCE conferences.
- Save money after graduation with ASCE's reduced dues program (you will not have to pay full dues until the fifth year after you graduate).