Welcome to the website of the Princeton University Student Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)!


Brooklyn Bridge Visit - July 2009

About ASCE

The American Society of Civil Engineers was founded in 1852 and is currently the oldest national engineering society in America. Today, ASCE has over 140,000 members worldwide. According to their website, ASCE's mission is to "provide essential value to our members and partners, advance civil engineering, and serve the public good."

The Princeton University Student Chapter of ASCE was founded in 1929 to engage students in the practical aspects of a civil engineering education. Members stem from all concentration areas in the department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and all class years from sophomore to senior.

Becoming a Member

If you are interested in taking on a more active role in Princeton ASCE, e-mail us at asce@princeton.edu. We are always looking for event suggestions and extra hands!

We also encourage you to join the national ASCE chapter at their website. Student membership is free and gives you access to their job database, scholarships, and much more. A full listing of student member benefits can be found here.

Contact us at: asce@princeton.edu
Website last updated: May 19, 2012