There are a number of groups for students to join in the Woodruff School. These organizations offer a unique opportunity to learn about the many facets of mechanical engineering, meet practicing professionals, and provide valuable service to the School.
- Pi Tau Sigma - The national honorary society of mechanical engineers. Invitations to join are extended to junior and senior mechanical engineering students who have distinguished themselves by high academic achievement. They organize several service projects and networking opportunities.
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) - The student section of the ASME is the link for prospective mechanical engineers with their chosen profession. The section holds weekly meetings which feature presentations by practicing engineers and sponsors several annual events such as the Spring Picnic.
- American Nuclear Society (ANS) - The student section of the ANS is the link for prospective nuclear engineers with their chosen profession. The section holds monthly meetings which feature presentations by practicing engineers.
- Woodruff School Graduate Women (WSGW)
- NRE Student Advisory Committee
- Woodruff School Student Advisory Committee (WSSAC) - open to all students looking to become part of the decision-making process in the Woodruff School. WSSAC advises the faculty and administration on issues that directly affect the students.