Dunwoody College of Technology encourages students to participate in campus organizations and activities. The College has many options to choose from, but if you don’t see something you are interested in, you are invited to start your own.
To join an organization, email the faculty contact listed under the club!
Apply to Start a Student Organization
Student Leadership Council
Student clubs and organizations at Dunwoody are overseen by the Student Leadership Council. The Council is a student-run organization designed to give voice to the student body and enhance the student experience and is made up of representatives from each academic area as well as from various student groups. Funding for clubs and organizations can be requested from by filling out the Funding Request form (pdf).
For other ways to get involved, talk to a member of the Student Affairs team.
Student Organizations & Clubs
American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS)
Dunwoody’s Baja Club is a dynamic hub for automotive & off-road enthusiasts, and anyone interested in the engineering, design, manufacturing, and fabrication of rugged, high-performance vehicles tailored for challenging terrains. As a member, you’ll immerse yourself in hands-on experiences, honing your skills in problem-solving, and teamwork. All students are welcome!
The club works each year to compete at smaller regional and national competitions. See https://www.bajasae.net/ for more information and videos highlighting past events.
The Baja car can be found in the lower level of the School of Engineering, so stop by and check it out!
If you interested in learning more about the club or joining, contact the Faculty Advisor: Peter Walls
Board Game Club
Faculty contact: James Jorgenson
D R E A M (Disability Rights, Education Activism, and Mentoring)
Construction Specifications Institute (CSI)
Dunwoody Bible Study
Faculty contact: Daniel Thomas
Dunwoody Construction Management Student Association (DCMSA)
Faculty contact: Ben Holbrook
Dunwoody Welding Club
Open to all students (not just Welding students)
Faculty contact: Mark Schwendeman
Faculty contact: Jonathan Aurand
Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
Graphic Design Student Society
Interior Design Student Society (IDSS)
Faculty contact: Sarah North
Multi-Cultural Student Union (MCSU)
Faculty contact: Jonathon Moore
National Electrical Contractors Association Student Chapter (NECA)
National Organization of Minority Architecture Students (NOMAS)
Professional Association for Design (GRASS)
Faculty contact: Pam Glander
Radiologic Technology Student Association
Faculty contact: Amanda Barker
Robotic Snow Plow Team
Shell Eco Marathon
Faculty contact: Adrian Durand
Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
As a collegiate chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), our goal is to create a community of women in STEM who are prepared to support one another through the unique challenges that female and gender queer students face in male-dominated industries. We believe it is crucial for those of us in the minority to find a sense of belonging and empowerment through shared experiences. We provide the resources for students to excel in their engineering careers through professional workshops, mentorship, financial literacy classes, and networking events.
Faculty Contacts: Noureen Sajid
Surveying & Civil Engineering Club
Faculty contact: Jake Blue
Veterans and Military Student Organization
Faculty contact: Anna Streich
Women in Architecture
Faculty contact: James Wheeler
Women’s Running Club
Faculty contact: Ashley Van Lieshout