Join the Organization!

Please follow the link for an online application to ASME membership! Read below some of the benefits you’ll receive as a member of our organization. Pamphlets will be available at our general meetings and informational sessions. Thanks everyone and we’re looking forward to getting to know you!


What you get as a Member:

  • Access to our lounge (Engineering Building 2 – W227)
  • Updates on ASME and University events
  • Exclusive access into a LinkedIn Alumni Group
  • Admittance intoThe Energy Coalition
  • Internship/job opportunity notifications
  • Invites to company tours
  • Participate in engineering competitions
  • Attend ASME and engineering conferences
  • Volunteer opportunities for service hours
  • Exposure to professional and workplace skills
  • Become part of a large, caring and special family
  • Complementary ASME T-shirt*
  • Resume placed in ASME Resume Book

*With paid annual $15 membership



Available Resources


  • Space to conduct work and relax between classes
  • UH netword computer access
  • Free wireless printer
  • Snack Bar
  • Refrigerator and microwave


  • Experienced upperclassmen
  • Make new friends
  • Network with professionals
  • Cooperation with other student organizations

List of Regular Events

  • Texas Regional Engineering Competition
  • Intro to Cougar Engineering (I.C.E.)
  • University Technical Competition
  • BOS Party/Chili Cook Off


I Joined ASME, Now What?

First off, congratulations! We are thrilled to have you as our newest member! There are many opportunities awaiting you!

A great place to start is by visiting our lounge (W227) and making some new friends.

Then, get the dates on our events and see if anything fits your interest and availability. You can find event information here. Come out and enjoy yourself! Don’t forget to look out for special events like a company tour or volunteer service event to get some great exposure to the organization.

Finally, if you’d like to become more involved, you can attend our general meetings to acquire other ways of contributing to the organization.