Our club at a glance


The BCIT Student Chapter of the CSCE is the largest student chapter in Canada and boasts a historical 100% membership rate amongst third and fourth year Civil Engineering students. Each year the Chapter hosts technical seminars, participates in student competitions, raises money for charity, organizes field trips, sends representatives to engineering-related conferences, hosts social events, and organizes our annual professional night.


CSCE National

Founded in 1887 by prominent Civil Engineers in Canada, the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) is a learned society intended to enhance the public image of the civil engineering profession and to develop and maintain high standards of civil engineering practice in Canada. Their mission is to promote the profession of civil engineering in Canada and the development, acquisition and exchange of professional knowledge within the field of civil engineering. In 2010, the Society adopted a new vision: Leadership in Sustainable Infrastructure. This new vision is to be reflected in all aspects of the CSCE’s activities.

For more information visit: www.csce.ca

BCIT Civil Engineering

The primary aim of BCIT's Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) in Civil Engineering degree is to academically prepare the engineering student for professional practice. The curriculum focuses on developing strong skills in engineering science and design, communications, and management. Throughout the program, the students are given many opportunities to develop their critical thinking, problem solving and creative abilities. A Diploma of Technology in Civil Engineering Technology credential is conferred after the first two years of academic study within this degree program and a Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering is conferred after academic year four.

For more information visit: www.bcit.ca/study/programs/8660beng

2016-2017 Presidents Award

For the fourth time the BCIT Student Chapter was awarded the CSCE President's Award in recognition of the exceptional accomplishments of the chapter over the past school year. The award was presented at the CSCE National Conference in Vancouver B.C. .

To be eligible for the CSCE President's Award, student chapters must submit a multi-page proposed plan for the academic year in the Fall. This is then followed up with a comprehensive report on the chapter's execution of the plan. The plan/report must include a list of events (such as educational presentations, social events, competitions, etc.) and a budget for the coming year.


Executive Members

Alyssa Hermann

Rene' Visscher

Chapter Co-Presidents of the BCIT CSCE

Matthew Elgersma, VP, Professional Night
Hala Hassan, VP, Finances
Harry Teja, Finance Director
Linda Cong, Professional Night
Jasmin Chana, Secretary
Dylan King, Social Media Director & Professional Night
Dylan Chemick, Media/Communications Director
Jyoti Parhar, External Affairs Director
Casey Von Hahn, 4th Year Director
Matt Graham, 4th Year Director
Kumayl Rashid, 3rd Year Director
Nawid Niyaz, 3rd Year Director
Avi Lail, 2nd Year Director
Martin Bollo, Faculty Liaison
Renata Wood, Faculty Liaison
Graeme Walker, Practitioner Advisor