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No matter what your passions or goals may be, FEAS has a student group just for you. From advocating on behalf of your classmates, to honing your electronics or networking skills, you’ll find community and opportunity in a FEAS chapter, course union or interest group.
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A chapter shares the same mission and values as their larger parent organization, but operates independently at Ryerson.
American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS)
The only AIAS chapter in Canada, this independent, non-profit, student-run organization is dedicated to advancing leadership, design and service among architecture students.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)
Members of Ryerson’s AIChE chapter have opportunities to connect with a global network of peers and gain access to information on promising chemical engineering processes and methods.
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
Through research promotion, publishing opportunities, networking and events, ASHRAE works to ensure that the profession best serves humanity and promotes a sustainable world.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
The Ryerson chapter of ASME organizes plant tours, professional development conferences, CAD software training sessions, social events and career fairs for its members.
Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)
Ryerson’s BMES chapter offers members the chance to network, publish, and participate in a range of activities, including national and international competitions and conferences.
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Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute (CASI)
CASI Ryerson gives students a chance to meet industry professionals through networking events, mock interviews and the Canadian Student Summit on Aerospace.
Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering (CSChE)
The CSChE Ryerson student chapter strives to create career and skill development through various initiatives, including conferences and networking events.
Canadian Society of Civil Engineers (CSCE)
Via technical talks, networking events and other activities, the Ryerson chapter of the CSCE contributes to the development of the profession and promotes civil engineering to the Canadian public.
Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineers (CSME)
The CSME Ryerson chapter organizes a wide range of activities for mechanical engineering students, including lectures, seminars, plant tours, social events and more.
A chapter of EngiQueers Canada, EngOut aims to provide a community for LGBTQ+ engineering students at Ryerson, as well as networking opportunities with LGBT-friendly employers.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
A chapter of the world's largest technical professional organization for the advancement of technology, IEEE Ryerson holds a wide range of events for its members, including workshops, tutorials, hackathons and plant tours.
Institute of Healthcare Improvement
Dedicated to improving health care facilities and systems, the Ryerson chapter of this global organization hosts social and professional development events, and offers various certification opportunities.
Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE)
The world's largest professional society dedicated solely to the industrial engineering profession, the Ryerson chapter provides leadership and mentorship through events, workshops and more.
Via events such as workshops, speakers’ series, tutorials and career development programs, this organization aims to raise awareness for opportunities in materials science and engineering.
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
The NSBE encourages young people to pursue careers in STEM by providing leadership training and professional development for its Ryerson members, as well as outreach programs with post-secondary students.
A course union is a group within each department whose leadership organizes events and provides important information to students. All full-time undergraduate students are automatically members of their departmental course union.
Aerospace Course Union
This course union hosts social events year-round, connects students to the aerospace industry, raises awareness of available internships, and offers exam prep, tutorials and more.
Architecture Course Union (ACU)
The ACU serves students through issues related to academia, networking and school culture, and represents students on the departmental council.
Biomedical Engineering Course Union (BECU)
BECU advocates for the rights of biomedical engineering students and organizes events such as tutoring sessions, snack breaks and more.
Chemical Engineering Course Union (RyeChemU)
The bridge between the undergraduate students and the Department of Chemical Engineering, the course union also holds many social and academic events throughout the year.
Ryerson Society for Civil Engineering (RSCE)
RSCE’s activities, such as exam prep sessions and industry meet and greets, help students make valuable connections and build an outstanding reputation for Ryerson’s civil engineering program.
Mechanical Engineering Course Union (MECU)
Known for its academic and social events, MECU strives to provide students with opportunities to get to know industry professionals and peers.
An interest group runs events and workshops based on a shared hobby or idea.
This biomedical engineering interest group hosts collaborative problem-solving events, coding workshops, Biohack hackathons, and career talks with industry professionals, professors and alumni.
Hobby Computer Club (HCC)
Dedicated to providing students with further opportunities to apply classroom knowledge in the real world, HCC offers workshops on machine learning, programming languages and more.
Hobby Electronics Club (HEC)
Open to students with a range of experience, HEC offers hands-on learning opportunities in RaspberryPi computing, coding and more in their weekly workshops.
Mechanical Contractors Association (MCA)
The Ryerson chapter of this association promotes communication between students and the members of MCA Toronto to gain insight into the job market and industry trends.
Ryerson University Aerospace Team (RUAT)
RUAT offers workshops for students who want to join aerospace engineering design teams, teaching them crucial software such as CADIA and the open-source electronics platform Arduino.
Toronto Students Advancing Aerospace
An inter-university organization that promotes the advancement of aerospace through student leadership, TSAA hosts an annual conference featuring industry professionals, innovators and ambitious students.