The Carleton Student Engineering Society (or CSES) has been serving the students of Carleton Engineering for more than 35 years. If you're an undergraduate student enrolled in a stream of engineering and opt-in to the membership fee, you are a member of CSES.
Our goal is to provide our members with academic, professional, and social resources to help them make the most of their four (or more) years at Carleton. CSES also represents Carleton Engineering in a variety of capacities, including representation to the provincial and national levels of engineering student societies (ESSCO and CFES, respectively.)
CSES provides social events throughout the year, allowing engineering students to take a break from their studies and let loose. Some of the major events include Yuk Yuks's comedy nights, the Carleton Engineering Competition, National Engineering Month, and the Reflections award banquet. CSES also provides a wealth of services: Leonardo's Lounge (the engineering café), an equipment loan program, the Iron Times newspaper, and funding for student groups and projects.
All aspects of CSES are volunteer-run. CSES strives to offer many volunteer positions and encourages students to get involved. Should you have any questions about getting involved with CSES that this website cannot answer, drop by our office in ME 3390 or contact us. This is your organization, so you can always get involved to help!
The stream councillors (along with the executive) form the CSES Council, which is the decision-making body of CSES. Councillors are elected to represent engineering students in their programs. First Year Representatives are elected to represent first-year engineering students at large.
CHIEF ELECTORAL OFFICER
CARLETON UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION (CUSA) FED REPRESENTATIVES
Cameron Davis, Sara Hubbar, Saad Khan, Nathan-Cyril Manlangit, Mohamed Riazudden, Grant Wilson
The eight executive officers are responsible for ensuring that CSES achieves its goals, serves the student body fairly, and remains accountable for its actions. They all hold regular office hours during the school year (in ME 3390) and can be reached via email for platform-specific inquiries.