EXPERIENCE FULTON STUDENT COUNCIL
The Fulton Student Council serves as a governing body of the students within the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. Its primary purposes are to provide leadership opportunities for students, which effectively cultivate the next generation of engineering managers, leaders, and directors. The council works extensively with all Fulton Student Organizations at ASU, serving as a consultant, advocate, and umbrella group, and also strives to establish new Fulton Engineering Traditions. It is directly involved with the Deans and Faculty and serves as a conduit for communication between the students, student organizations, and the upper levels of the Fulton Schools of Engineering.
FULTON STUDENT COUNCIL AT A GLANCE
Here at Fulton Student Council, we are driven by a single goal; to serve the Fulton Student Body at Arizona State University by providing leadership and opportunities for professional improvement.
Fulton Student Council participates in Engineering Week to promote engineering to young minds and to celebrate the engineers on Arizona State University's campus through networking, professional development, social events, and workshops. These include the signature events: Kickoff Lunch and Dinner with the Dean.
Fulton Student Council is proud to be a member school of the National Association of Engineering Student Councils. Fulton student council attends the West Regional Conference and the National Engineering Leadership Summit annually. This year Fulton Student Council will be attending ELS in Pittsburg.
This organization is proud to serve as an umbrella over the Fulton Student Organizations at Arizona State University. These monthly FSO meetings allow the engineering organizations to network and learn about how to improve their organization, funding and plan events.
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