To help achieve the vision of "STEM leadership--Diverse scholarship" the McCoy College of Science, Mathematics and Engineering (MCOSME) supports a wide range of student organizations in sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics.

The student organizations help extend the knowledge from the disciplines into new areas of service and research. Many of our organizations are connected with regional and national organizations that provide networking at conferences. All provide students with the ability to lead others and gain valuable experience for future employment or postgraduate education. These organizations also serve our community through volunteering and fundraising for the betterment of our campus and the Wichita Falls region.

Explore the tabs below to see the different student organizations here in MCOSME.

Mission: improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research, and our campus chapter is linked to the national TriBeta organization.

The Delta Mu chapter of TriBeta is involved in promoting the biological sciences through local outreach activities and speakers. The chapter holds plant sales every year, and inducts new members in the spring based on nominations from department faculty.

Mission: ACS is committed to improving people's lives through the transforming power of chemistry. MSU's student affiliates of ACS chapter is linked to the national ACS organization.

ACS activities include participation in National Chemistry Week and an annual chemistry fair for Boys and Girls Club of Wichita Falls and for Bowie ISD.

Mission: Advancing computing as a science and a profession. MSU's ACM chapter is affiliated with the National ACM organization. The MSU chapter sponsors speakers, networking activities, and the annual Game Jam competition.

Mission: fulfilling ASME's goal of setting standards in engineering, knowledge, community and academy for the for the benefit of humanity. The campus ASME chapter is connected to the national ASME program.

The goal is to engage students in projects and events throughout the academic year. Members will also begin the process of professional networking through interaction with fellow members and professional engineering guest speakers.

Mission: to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community. The campus NSBE chapter is connected to the national NSBE program.

NSBE is a worldwide organization that provides its members leadership training, professional development activities, mentoring, career placement services, community service opportunities and more. The NSBE Torch symbolizes the organization’s everlasting, burning desire to achieve success in this competitive society and to effect positive change in the quality of life of all people. NSBE has accomplished more for black engineering students than any other organization in the world.

Mission: to collect, disseminate, and exchange technical knowledge concerning the exploration, development and production of oil and gas resources and related technologies for the public benefit; and to provide opportunities for professionals to enhance their technical and professional competence. The campus SPE chapter is connected to the national SPE program.

SPE is the largest individual member organization serving managers, engineers, scientists and other professionals worldwide in the upstream segment of the oil and gas industry.

Mission: to center around a passion for our members' success and continues to evolve with the challenges and opportunities reflected in today's exciting engineering and technology specialties. The campus SWE chapter is connected to the national SWE program.

For more than six decades, SWE has given women engineers a unique place and voice within the engineering industry.


Mission: Formula Society of Automotive Engineers (FSAE) is a student design competition organized by SAE International. FSAE challenges engineering students from universities around the world to implement what they are learning and to test the boundaries of what they can create. This competition requires teamwork, time management, and academic expertise.

The goal is to design and build a formula-style vehicle to race in intercollegiate competition. The competition is held annually at Michigan State University in May.

Mission: Advance the science of geology, especially as it relates to petroleum, natural gas, other subsurface fluids, and mineral resources. The campus AAPG chapter is connected to the national AAPG program.


Mission: Enlighten the community and organize the MSU Texas student effort in responsible environmental practices. ESO's goals are to generate, implement, and maintain green initiatives on campus and beyond.


Goals and Activities: Execute field trips, produce research on local geology, and engage in community service. Their most popular fundraising event is the Rock, Mineral, and Fossil Sale held in Bolin Hall every semester.


Mission: Recognize scholarship and professionalism in the Earth Sciences Sigma Gamma Epsilon is the National Honor Society for the Earth Sciences, and the campus chapter is connected to the national Sigma Gamma Epsilon program.

Mission: Help students explore new and unfamiliar questions in Mathematics. The club works to engage in problem-solving activities, as well as games, pictures, construction, and more. For more information, visit the Math Club website.