Located in Laxalt Mineral Engineering Center, room 313, the Arentz Student Center is a place where students can gather to study and do homework, purchase snacks, eat lunch, check e-mail and print, and just hang out with friends. Students can be added to the student listserv to receive announcements regarding scholarships, job and internships, and other student activities.
Great opportunities for summer PAID internships are available for Mackay students. Although the students must apply and interview for these positions themselves, information about University job/career/internship fairs, industry contacts, and informational sessions and interviews with specific employers is available through the Arentz Student Center or through faculty in the department.
Student chapter of the American Institute of Professional Geologists. Our focus is to help students become familiar with the world of Earth Sciences by providing a community to connect them with our School, industry and the many opportunities that exist. We help transform students into competent professionals through outside education and experience while providing an interactive and robust community having a strong member camaraderie.
Student chapter of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration. The club serves to connect students with industry, promote professional development, and provide a social outlet for students. Each year the club sends members to the SME Annual Meeting, where they compete in a mine design competition and have traditionally placed very well. The Club also fields multiple teams for the International Intercollegiate Mining Competition.
Our purpose is to help student to connect with each other, while learning through outdoor activities, giving back to the community all while having a good time.
Student chapter of the American Planning Association, comprised of graduate students within the Department of Geography, Land Use Planning Policy Program.