SEAS is a welcoming community with an array of student organizations and other resources available to you.
SEAS & GW Engineering Organizations
Alpha Omega Epsilon is a professional and social women's organization that aims to promote friendship, leadership, and professionalism among its members.
The Council is a SEAS student umbrella organization that represents the general engineering student body to the administration of SEAS and GW, encourages diversity and inclusion within SEAS, and provides ongoing leadership and professional development.
GW COMPASS is a professional networking organization that seeks to help GW graduate students in STEM prepare for life after graduation.
The purpose of NSBE is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.
SEASSPAN is a student leadership organization comprised of carefully selected mentors who help incoming first year students transition to SEAS.
The program is a student leadership opportunity for rising juniors and seniors, and it supports the development of the SEAS community through Ambassadors' participation in admissions events, community outreach activities, programming and peer mentoring.
GW-SHPE empowers students, of all races and majors, to develop professionally and academically in addition to maintaining the social element of Latinx/Hispanic culture.
GW SWE is an organization developed to promote opportunities for women in engineering by means of professional development and outreach.
WICS is a student organization run through the GW SEAS Department of Computer Science. WICS is open for all female GWU undergraduate and graduate students majoring, minoring or with interest in Computer Science.
SEAS Departments and Administrative Offices
Information and resources are also available through the six academic departments at SEAS. Contact them with questions.
You may also reach out to various SEAS administrative offices for academic, career, and advising information and resources.
SEAS Dean’s Office
Phone: (202) 994-6080
Office of Undergraduate Student Services and Advising
Phone: (202) 994-6158
Graduate Professional Advising
Phone: (202) 994-1802
SEAS Career Center: W. Scott Amey Career Services Center
Phone: (202) 994-4205
The George Washington University has many offices related to supporting women and engineering students in managing their time at the university and their careers.
The mission of GW-BRIDGE (Building Research Interdisciplinarily to Advance Gender Equity) is to advance research conducted at GW related to gender equity in organizations by connecting scholars who do research in this area using different disciplinary lenses.
GWomen, and its inaugural Entrepreneurship Pathway, empowers and accelerates GW women in innovation & entrepreneurship.
The Center aims to integrate civic engagement into George Washington University’s educational work.
The Center is an integral part of the Office for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement in the Office of the Provost. Its vision and mission reflect its dedication to building a welcoming, enriching, and inclusive environment at GW.