ENGAGE – Engineering Alliance Geared Towards Excellence
Association of Computer Engineering Students (ACCESS)
ACCESS is a professional organization of Computer Engineering students in the College of Engineering. The organization seeks to move members to pursue excellence in their field and aim to support them with a culture that best exemplifies social awareness and understanding, with purpose helping them to succeed and thrive as Christian Achievers and Computer Engineers. The organization not only supports its members academically but also encourages students to participate in extra- curricular activities in order to prepare them as they enter the competitive world of the industry.
Chemical Engineering Society (ChEn)
The Chemical Engineering Society is a service-oriented organization in De La Salle University whose main purpose is to mold future Chemical Engineers who embody the Lasallian core values. In alignment with its purpose, ChEn aims to accomplish its four missions, mainly: C – Complementing the department’s efforts in developing well-rounded Lasallian Chemical Engineers, H – Highlighting the role of the Chemical Engineering profession in the society, E – Elevating the standards of the organization to excellence, and N – Nurturing the existing relationship among faculty, members, officers, other organizations, and other technical staff.
Civil Engineering Society (CES)
The Civil Engineering Society, a part of the Junior Philippine Institute for Civil Engineers – Lungsod ng Maynila Chapter (JPICE-LNM), is one of the 39 accredited professional organizations of the De La Salle University – Manila that comprises the Council of Student Organizations (CSO) and is also celebrating its 28th year of creating well-rounded and highly- skilled civil engineering students. This organization’s vision is to create a community of well-rounded Civil Engineering Students who are highly skilled and intellectually competent in their respective fields in and outside the country, socially aware and responsible to the needs of others. With that in line, the Civil Engineering Society’s mission is to develop its members to become holistic and world-class Civil Engineers driven by social responsibility and guided by the Lasallian faith.
“Built to Build” is the running theme of Civil Engineering Society, which means, to build its members not only to become professional but also to be professional at par with the best. Its core values include being Integrative, Innovative and Holistic as a future Civil Engineer and as a Lasallian Student.
Through the years, CES has devoted its time to encourage its members to become active individuals and leaders themselves. Also, it has developed from an organization concentrated only on serving the upper batches to the members as a whole. Through its Vision-Mission, this organization is focused on developing its members into world-class Civil Engineers of the future through activities that enhance not only in academic excellence but also social awareness.
Electronic and Communications Engineering Society (ECES)
The Electronics and Communications Engineering Society, commonly known as ECES, is a professional organization that caters to ECE students, Lasallian electronics hobbyists and individuals fascinated by electronics and communications technologies.
ECES serves the members by aiding in their academic growth through tutorials, reviewer distributions, STRC lab access, plant visits and annual quiz bees. Moreover, it does its best to develop its members’ skills through activities whose nature is of their interest like the numerous sports activities, career seminars and computer/electronics related competitions and conventions. ECES has also served the community through its annual outreach program and other socio-civic activities. In addition, ECES continues to have strong ties with its national and international organization counterparts, namely, Institute of Electronics & Communications Engineers of the Philippines (IECEP) and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
As one of the best premier organizations of DLSU, ECES has been continuously receiving awards from different award giving bodies. ECES was recognized Most Outstanding Organization in the Lasallian Excellence Awards 2001, 2003, and 2008-2010. Furthermore, ECES was recognized as DLSU’s #1 Professional Organization for two straight years (2008-2010).
Industrial Management Engineering Society (IMES)
The Industrial Management Engineering Society or IMES is the professional organization for industrial engineering students in the university. Just like the course it represents, IMES optimized the development of its members not only by supporting them in their academics but also by exposing them in different extra- curricular, developmental, socio-civic and spiritual activities. IE’s known by heart that “there’s always a better way” so when it comes to organizations, it’s IMES.
Mechanical Engineering Society (MES)
The Mechanical Engineering Society (MES) of De La Salle University is a non-profit organization which promotes and enhances the total development of its members – intellectual, spiritual, moral, social, emotional, and physical. MES remains a breeding ground of Lasallian men and women aspiring to be excellent leaders who are technically competent, socially responsible and world-class mechanical engineers.
Established in 1977, MES has become more than an avenue for future mechanical engineers to interact. It widens its network among other professions, help the community develop, and improve the skills of its members. For decades now, MES has been producing well-rounded alumni. Aiming to continue the tradition of excellence, MES shall continue developing student leaders to spearhead the activities and programs for its members and the community.
Society of Manufacturing Engineering (SME)
SME is the professional organization of manufacturing engineering and management students; it is student chapter s200 of SME USA. SME is a world-class student organization united in helping mold, dynamic and well-rounded Lasallian engineers who are forerunners in advancement and development of the Philippine Manufacturing Industry as well as a catalyst in uplifting the Filipinos standard of living through professional development and special activities development. The society caters not only to MEM students but also to non- MEM students as well. With these activities whose purpose is to holistically shape and mold its members, it is indeed an organization worth spending your time with.
La Salle Computer Society (LSCS)
College of Computer Studies
The La Salle Computer Society is the only professional organization of the college of computer studies. The organization aims to develop its member to become professionals in the field of Information Technology. It holds various activities that mainly support the academic curricula of the college. LSCS enables students to become competent and well-rounded Lasallian IT professionals.