As indicated by constitution, the motivation behind the ESS is:
i) To be the single voice of the University of Victoria building college understudies, and
ii) To advance, direct, support, and facilitate exercises which will advantage the present and future University of Victoria designing college understudies.
Which is to say that we attempt to improve Engineering understudy life and more amazing in the way we can. We have the greatest number of occasions as we think you can go to, including epic EEEs (Engineering Evening Excursions), hockey evenings, computer game evenings, motion picture evenings, potlucks, dodgeball, and that's just the beginning. Few of our occasions are 19+, so in the event that you are underage or simply incline toward not to drink despite everything we have bunches of occasions for you!
The Faculty of Engineering additionally utilizes the ESS for understudy representation on Academic choices, including how to improve the degree project and more pertinent. It is a constant procedure, and we are continually searching for information. So in the event that you locate a specific course truly extraordinary or repulsive, let us know.
The ESS additionally sends understudies to, and is facilitating this January, the Western Engineering Competition (WEC). We will have a capability rivalry (UVEC) soon, and we'd love for you to contend – yet more on that later. We likewise send representatives to a few yearly meetings crosswise over Canada where we converse with other designing understudy social orders and search for thoughts that we can take back to UVic to make our ESS more powerful and magnificent; at these gatherings we additionally settle on choices that influence understudies the nation over.
You can find out about everything that we are up to by perusing the Fishwrap, from right here at ess.uvic.ca, or checking our notice board situated in the ELW Lobby by the stairs. We'd likewise adore it on the off chance that you stop by our office (ELW 206) to offer recommendations, help, or just to visit. We truly are not that terrifying.Read More»