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WIE Affiliated Student Organizations


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


 Michigan State University Chapter of Phi Sigma Rho

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.

Please e-mail if you would like more information about joining the sisterhood.
Click on the link to learn more about the local MSU Chapter

The National Phi Sigma Rho website can be found here:


Please see the MSU Phi Sigma Rho website for Rush information.

Phi Sigma Rho MSU Chapter 2017

Michigan State University Collegiate Section of the Society of Women Engineers

Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a national professional orgafundraising events, scholarship opportunities, and connections with corporate partners.  To learn more about SWE, visit their web site here.

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 and award banquets.

Please see the MSU SWE website for meeting information.


  SWE at the 2019 Colloquium



MSU Women in Computing (WIC)


Michigan State University Women in Computing (MSU WIC) is a registered chapter of ACM-W and an organization of students and faculty, both men and women, who work to recruit, support, and retain women in computing-related fields. Our members are a part of a close-knit community on campus that participates in several events throughout the course of the year. Some events we host during the semester include tech talks from visiting companies such as Vertafore, Crowe Horwath, and Target; Lean In Circles; technical workshops; social events; and various outreach activities.

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

Please see the MSU WIC website for meeting information.

                   WIC at Grace Hopper




In achieving its goals, the Women in Engineering program does not unlawfully discriminate. All events and programs are open to students of all genders.