EECS Students are highly committed to their studies, yet somehow find time to participate in a wide variety of activities that help them make friends, serve their community, exercise, develop their talents, and take advantage of the many cultural and entertainment events happening in Ann Arbor.
EECS students have many opportunities for connecting with others, developing their leadership abilities, and serving their community through their participation in students societies. EECS-sponsored societies include:
GEECS: Girls in EECS
CSE Scholars: Students interested in computer science
HKN: Eta Kappa Nu - Honor Society for Electrical and Computer Engineers
IEEE: Students interested in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Amateur Radio Club : Students interested in "ham" radio
CSEG: Computer Science and Engineering Graduate student organization
Many of our students are involved in student societies that comprise students throughout the College of Engineering. These include:
See a more complete list of all the student societies.
Many EECS students participate in student teams that often work together to compete in national and international competitions. These include:
U-M Solar Car Team - competitive team
U-M Future Car Team - competitive team
Wolverine Soft - video game development
Walter E. Wilson Student Team Project Center - with links several student projects, including Formula SAE (M-Racing), Mars Rover, Solar Car, Autonomous Surface Vehicle, etc)
Student Space Systems Fabrication Laboratory
MClimber - competitive laser powered climbing vehicle
There are a variety of opportunities for students who are motivated to pursue research. including the following established programs:
Students are encouraged to approach their faculty advisor for advice if they are interested in pursuing research.
Students elect to join U-M intramural sports teams individually, or participate in sports and other activities as part of an EECS student team. It's a great way to have fun and stay healthy! Here are a few links to get you started:
Ann Arbor offers an incredible variety of cultural and entertainment offerings, including:
Students on North Campus can also partake of regular free performances by students at the School of Music, or attend theatrical performances at the Arthur Miller Theater , in The Charles R. Walgreen, Jr. Drama Center.
Ann Arbor, a city of 140,000 residents, is a beautiful city, with many parks and rivers. Northern Michigan is a favorite tourist destination of Michiganders and others throughout the country attracted to the sandy beaches of the Great Lakes, the numerous smaller lakes, and the many opportunities for canoeing, hiking, camping, boating, fishing, skiing, and snowmobiling.