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Women in Engineering Student Success includes three student organizations which offer opportunities for professional and leadership development, connecting with women engineers, personal growth and support.

Society of Women Engineers Logo

Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a national professional organization.  At MSU, SWE is a large and active student organization in the College of Engineering.  SWE serves as a support base for women students who are studying engineering but is open to all engineering students.  Members of SWE can participate in many programs including regular meetings, outreach, community service, social events, leadership opportunities, engineering conferences, awards banquets, fundraising events, scholarship opportunities, and connections with corporate partners.  To learn more about SWE, visit their web site here.

SWE Spring 2019 Meetings
SWE Painting the Rock Spring 2017Regular Meetings
7:00pm in 1345 Engineering Building
Jan. 16 and 30
Feb. 13
March 13 and 27
April 10 and 24

MSU Women in Computing Logo

MSU Women in Computing (WIC) is a student organization open to all students who are interested in computing.  They create a positive environment for students and provide opportunities for personal, professional and educational development.  The organization is very active with a variety of programs for current students as well as pre-college students.  To learn more about MSU Women in Computing go to their web site here.

WIC Spring 2019 Meetings
     WIC at 2016 GHC

Regular Meetings
6:00pm in 3400 Engineering Building
Jan. 15, 22 and 29
Feb. 5 and19
April 16 and 23





Phi Sigma Rho Logo

Phi Sigma Rho is a social sorority for women in engineering and engineering technology. Michigan State University received colony status in January 2012 and an official chapter on December 1st 2012.

Phi Sigma Rho Spring 2017

Please e-mail if you would like more information about joining the sisterhood.

Click on the link to check out the local MSU Chapter     and
National Phi Sigma Rho website:

RUSH only occurs in the Fall now