K-State ASCE - American Society of Civil Engineers
Welcome to the home of Kansas State University’s chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Take some time and explore our new site.
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is the oldest national engineering society in the United States. Founded in 1852 with 12 members, the Society was created to distribute information among engineers who were building the roads, canals, bridges and railroads of a rapidly expanding nation.
The KSU chapter of ASCE was founded in 1923 and has approximately 215 student members.
ASCE is a way for civil engineering students to meet with peers, prospective employers and professors. In addition to learning as students, members of ASCE have the opportunity to participate in concrete canoe, steel bridge, concrete bowling, geotechnical and balsa bridge competitions; and you thought all engineers did was study!
Explore the website to learn about all of these opportunities.
Mid-Continent Student Conference
To learn about the regional competition located at Nebraska-Lincoln University click on the Regional Conference link to the left.
National Student Membership
National membership is required in order to receive membership credit for CE015. To sign-up to become a national member CLICK HERE, then click on the Apply For Membership button near the bottom of the page.
*NOTE: In order to recieve Membership credit for CE 015 you must be both a national member and a KSU student member.
Engineering Salary Survey
Click on the following link to learn about Civil Engineering Salaries. If you are going to graduate and have a full-time job you can use this link to make sure you get paid what you're worth. CLICK HERE.