Student Organizations


American Society of Clinical Laboratory Scientists—Provides additional support for health science majors and conduct community events.

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Cybersecurity Club

The Cybersecurity Club will work to enhance the Cybersecurity academic program with skill sharpening national competitions, professional networking through corporate partnerships and infosec conventions, and community service through government certification programs.

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Oregon Institute of Technology Portland-Metro Student Branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. We endeavor to further the knowledge of electrical engineering, promote student professional development, and pursue technological innovation for the benefit of humanity. Contact Information:

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Inventors Club

Integrates the use of 3-D print and other technology to develop projects for students and campus improvement

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oSTEM creates awareness surrounding the LGBTQ+ community on and off camps. A chapter of the national society, dedicated to education and fostering leadership for LGBTQ+ communities in STEM fields.

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OWL Veterans Club

Create community among student veterans and provide access to helpful tools, resources and benefits.

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Students gain hands-on experience in 3D printing for use in personal projects and for other students and organizations. 

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Creates awareness surrounding mental health and breaking down stigmas on mental health.

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Rocket Club

Rocket Club (Formerly GRASP) is an organization that facilitates and conducts space experiments. It brings students and faculty of diverse backgrounds together to carry out various hands-on aerospace projects.

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Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)

The Oregon Tech PM Society of Automotive Engineers challenges engineering students to design and build an off-road vehicle that will survive various competition terrains. "Each team's goal is to design and build a prototype of an all-weather, rugged, single-seat, off-road recreational vehicle intended for sale to the nonprofessional weekend off-road enthusiast." (Baja SAE)

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Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

The Oregon Tech PM Society of Women Engineers Collegiate Section strives to encourage women to excel as engineers and leaders and to foster universal success in engineering by inspiring students to pursue STEM careers, promoting an inclusive community within the college, and providing networking and professional development opportunities.

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