ASCE collaborates with other Cal Poly Pomona civil engineering clubs to improve the experience of all its members.
CalGeo is made up of geotechnical engineers who deal with issues regarding the geotechnical engineering practice and development in California. Cal Poly Pomona is the first university to establish a student chapter of CalGeo.
GeoWall is a civil engineering student competition team who’s objective is to design and build a mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) retaining wall model using paper reinforcements taped to a poster board wall facing. Our team members have the opportunity to learn about the design of mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) retaining walls from theoretical design to practical application. All class level students are invited to join! No previous experience is necessary.
CLSA focuses on the surveying aspect of civil engineering, covering the different types of photogrammetry, Global Information Systems (GIS), Global Positioning Systems (GPS), and other techniques in order for us to map surfaces in preparation for construction projects, excavation, and to resolve land disputes.
CWEA is a club made up of college students from Cal Poly Pomona, with a focus in Environmental Engineering in the Civil Engineering program. The club's goal is to generate a network of Civil Engineers in the environmental field for both professionals and students.
Chi Epsilon is dedicated to the purpose of maintaining and promoting the status of Civil Engineering as an ideal profession. Chi Epsilon is organized to recognize the characteristics of the individual Civil Engineer deemed to be fundamental to the successful pursuit of an engineering career, and to aid in the development of those characteristics in the Civil Engineering student.
Concrete Canoe, of Cal Poly Pomona, is a program designed to give young engineers real world experience in project management, computer aided design software, concrete mix design, stress analysis, fundraising, professional writing, and professional presentation skills.
Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI)
The Earthquake Engineering Research Institue is comprised of a group of students who are passionate about earthquake engineering, and understanding how earthquakes impact our society. This club provides context to earthquake engineering research and education, and valuable networking opportunities with earthquake engineering professionals.
Engineers Without Borders - USA is a non-profit humanitarian organization that aids in design and implementation of infrastructure growth in developed countries and impoverished areas.
ITE members are traffic engineers, transportation planners and other professionals who are responsible for meeting society’s needs for safe and efficient surface transportation through planning, designing, implementing, operating and maintaining surface transportation systems worldwide.
Steel Bridge challenges students to participate in a competition to design and fabricate a 1/10 scale steel bridge to sustain specific loading conditions and conform to several other strict requirements. In order to be competitive, a team must perform well in categories such as construction time, overall deflection, weight, and aesthetics.
SEACPP introduces students to members in the structural engineering industry. From involvement in the meetings, students learn professional engineering practices. SEACPP is involved in giving students hands-on experience in designing and constructing through student competitions.