Student Organizations

At Marquette University's Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, we value leadership, innovation, teamwork and service. One of the main ways students can promote these ideals is by joining an honor society or other student organizations. Below, you will find a list of student organizations, as well as a link containing brief information about the history of the organization and how to get involved.


Eta Kappa Nu ("IEEE-HKN"), Marquette University

Distinguished students are invited to join IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu (IEEE-HKN), the honor society of IEEE, which encourages and recognizes individual excellence in education and meritorious work, in professional practice, and in any of the areas within the IEEE-designated fields of interest.

HKN 2022-2023 Executive Board


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IEEE Marquette Univeristy

IEEE and its members inspire a global community to innovate for a better tomorrow through highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities. IEEE is the trusted “voice” for engineering, computing, and technology information around the globe.


IEEE 2020-2021 Executive Board


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Marquette Robotics Club

The Marquette Robotics Club is designed for any student, not just engineering majors, who are interested in learning more about robotics. Even if you have no experience in the field, we encourage you to come to our meetings and learn with us! The majority of the skills that you will be using are CAD (Computer Aided Design), programming, and electrical design.

In Fall 2020, we will be continuing where we left off with our first ever robotics project. When we left off this Spring, we were working on an industrial-style robotic arm with computer vision capabilities. We are working with Raspberry Pi, Arduino Uno, motors, CAD, and Google AIY Vision.


Marquette Robotics Club 2020-2021 Executive Board

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National Organizations

National Society of Black Engineers

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

Society of Women Engineers


Contact the Office of Student Development for further questions on student organizations and honor societies