The College of Engineering (CoE) has the mandated and accredited student organizations. The mandated student organization of the college is the Organization of The Engineering Department Students’ Association (EDSA). The accredited organization are the Junior Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers – UNP Chapter (JPICE-UNPC), Philippine Society of Sanitary Engineering – University of Northern Philippines Student Chapter (PSSE-UNPSC), Agrimensores Club, and Edifice Student is a thriving student publication in the College of Engineering.
The Engineering Department Students’ Association (EDSA) at the College of Engineering is a mandated student organization dedicated to serving Engineering students. EDSA is a prominent student organization representing the collective interests of engineering students at the University of Northern Philippines. As a pivotal part of the engineering community, EDSA serves as a bridge between the students, faculty, and the wider engineering industry. The primary objective of EDSA is to enhance the overall academic and professional experience of engineering students. The association organizes a diverse range of activities, workshops, seminars, and technical events that complement the academic curriculum. These initiatives aim to enrich students’ knowledge, foster innovation and comprehensive growth of its members, and provide practical exposure to real-world engineering challenges. The organization encourages collaboration and teamwork through various projects, competitions, and social events, creating a supportive environment that helps engineering students build strong networks and lasting friendships within the engineering community.
The Junior Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers – UNP Chapter (JPICE-UNPC) is an accredited organization at the University of Northern Philippines for Civil Engineering students. As a branch of the Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE), the chapter aims to upkeep and promote the professional development of its members. It provides a platform for students to engage in various academic and practical activities related to civil engineering, encouraging them to expand their knowledge and skills in the field. Additionally, the JPICE-UNPC fosters a sense of camaraderie among its members, helping them build valuable networks and relationships within the civil engineering community. Through its activities and initiatives, the chapter prepares its members to become competent and service-oriented future civil engineers, contributing to the advancement of the engineering profession in the Philippines.
The Philippine Society of Sanitary Engineering – University of Northern Philippines Student Chapter (PSSE-UNPSC) is an accredited student organization that represents students pursuing studies in Sanitary Engineering at the University of Northern Philippines. The student chapter aims to deliver a supportive and enriching environment for students interested in the field of Sanitary Engineering. By encouraging academic excellence, promoting environmental awareness, and nurturing future leaders in Sanitary Engineering, the PSSE-UNPSC plays a crucial role in preparing its members to become competent and socially responsible professionals. Through their dedication to the principles of sanitation and environmental protection, the student chapter members contribute to the betterment of public health and environmental sustainability in the Philippines.
The Agrimensores Club is an accredited student organization that caters to students studying Geomatics or Geodetic Engineering at the University of Northern Philippines. The organization serves as a hub for students interested in the field of land surveying, geospatial sciences, and related disciplines. The Agrimensores Club plays a vital role in nurturing the next generation of land surveyors and geomatics professionals. It provides a platform for students to engage in various academic and practical activities, including workshops, field trips, seminars, and fieldworks. Through these initiatives, students have the opportunity to gain practical experience, enhance their technical skills, and develop a deeper understanding of the complexities of land surveying. By providing a platform for learning, networking, and community engagement, the organization prepares its members to excel in their careers and make positive contributions to the geospatial industry and the broader community.
The Edifice Student is a thriving student publication in the College of Engineering. As a distinguished platform for student journalists, writers, and artists, The Edifice serves as the voice of the student body, providing a means for students to express themselves and engage with the broader campus community. The publication also acts as a training ground for aspiring journalists and media professionals. The primary objective of The Edifice is to report on relevant campus news, events, and issues that directly impact students. Through the publication’s articles, investigative pieces, and features, the publication aims to keep the student body informed and aware of campus developments, academic matters, and extracurricular activities. The Edifice serves as a window into the dynamic and diverse perspectives of the student body, fostering a sense of unity and shared identity on campus.