The ATEaM is an organization dedicated to further educate and enhance students in the Aeronautical Engineering Technology program. While open to all majors, students within the AET program will benefit most from this organization.
Alpha Eta Rho is a Professional Aviation Fraternity aimed at providing its members with a more enriched aviation experience, specifically by taking trips to various locations, bringing in speakers, and providing networking opportunities.
The primary mission of the Purdue University Chapter of AAAE is to foster the development of aviation professionals. From coordinating guest speakers to facility tours, members get unique opportunities to experience the world of aviation management.
Welcome! The Purdue branch of the American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics (AIAA) is an organization for students of any major interested in aerospace. Purdue's AIAA chapter is dedicated to the professional advancement of its members.
AGC is a social, leadership, and research organization for Aviation Technology graduate students in both traditional graduate school and our 3+2 program. AGC aims to provide resources to facilitate success both in the classroom and in research.
Our Mission, as the Aviation Technology Student Council, is to provide the means of communication and service on matters of common interest between faculty and students in the Department of Aviation Technology. We strive to familiarize the airport
The Purdue Drone Club exists to promote and teach Purdue students about the concepts, uses, and practices of drones. This clubs offers hands on workshops for anyone who is interested in designing, building, or flying drones.
The purpose of Purdue Electric Vehicle Club is to encourage students across campus to learn about electric vehicles. EVC strives to support students with hands-on projects that promote real-world experience and knowledge in a rapidly growing field.
Formula SAE builds a race car from the ground up each year. We design the car, manufacture the parts, assemble it, test, and finally bring it to a competition in Michigan each year. To join, come to a meeting. We meet every Thursday at 6PM in ME 2061.
The Purdue Grand Prix foundation is a student organization that is run by students for students. The primary purpose of the foundation is to plan and execute the annual Purdue Grand Prix kart race.