The ASEE Student Division was created at the 2007 Annual Conference and Exposition. This was in response to the need for ASEE student members to have a voice and home within the national organization.
The objectives of the Student Division include:
 Fostering programs for ASEE student members at regional and national ASEE meetings.
 Promoting the development at ASEE Student Chapters at local campuses.
 Participating in local K-12 science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education activities.
 Promoting graduate school opportunities for undergraduate ASEE student members.
 Promoting scholarships, fellowships, and post-doctoral opportunities for ASEE student members.
 Providing opportunities for students to gain insight into academic careers and teaching practices.
 Developing ties between ASEE Student Division members and ASEE Corporate members.
 Developing international opportunities for ASEE Student Division members.
 Developing the next generation of ASEE leaders.
 Building a Community of Student Members.
Founded in 1893, the American Society for Engineering Education is a nonprofit organization of individuals and institutions committed to furthering education in engineering and engineering technology.