By becoming a member of IEEE international, you become a member of the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities IEEE Student Branch. All we need is to know that you exist and have an IEEE membership, no additional fees or requirements.
Here are some questions you might have.
- How do I become a member of IEEE International?
- How do I associate with the U of M IEEE Student Branch?
Just stop by our space in Keller Hall Room 2-110 and speak with an officer. They will register you into our system and give you access to local branch benefits. You can find times officers are available on the Calendar or Contact Us to set up a time. Make sure to bring your U-Card and IEEE membership number with. Your IEEE membership number can be found in the confirmation email you receive after registering or renewing or on your profile.
- What benefits are there for joining IEEE?
Being an IEEE member you get,
- Get access to career resources, scholarships, grants and recognition for your work
- Keep technically up to date with access to IEEE publications including IEEE Spectrum and IEEE Potentials
- Discounts to many vendors including Dell, Lenovo, IEEE conferences, and much more
- Network through local meetings and talks along with IEEE email address and Google Apps
- And much more found here
In addition, being a member of the student branch gets you,
- Door access to the IEEE student lounge in Keller Hall Room 2-110
- Free printing* and computer access in the IEEE student lounge
- Opportunities to network with fellow students, professors and others at the University of Minnesota and beyond
- Attend events and conferences hosted by IEEE and other organizations
*Free printing subject to limits and availability.
- Who is eligible to join?
Anyone can join. You don’t need to be a scientist or engineer to join. IEEE is an organization of many people from a multitude of backgrounds.
If this wasn’t enough to convince you to join or if you might have more questions, please feel free to Contact Us or stop by and chat.