Kansas State Univerity | Society of Automotive Engineers
Kansas State Univerity | Society of Automotive Engineers
Kansas State Univerity | Society of Automotive Engineers

Do I need to be a mechanical engineering student to join?

No, and we won't hold it against you!

When do you meet?

We meet on the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. in Fielder Hall. The location and speaker will be announced on this website the box labeled "Upcoming Events." Often we have pizza and soda, a notice for the meetings is usually sent out to the MNE list serve so watch your @ksu.edu inbox for upcoming thrilling events.

How do I join?

You can fill out a form and bring it to the general or team meetings along with $20.00 payable to KSU SAE. The forms are available on the third floor of Durland on the SAE board located on the northwest corner of floor. Or you can print one off the web here.

Do I need to have experience?

No, that's what we're here for: to gain that "hands on" to bolster your abilities.

Where is everything on the new site?

Glad you asked. Click here.

Where did the pictures page go?

All of the pictures can be found on the individual design team's websites.

This site is awful! What gives?

First, make sure you're not using IE6. If you are, upgrade (IE7 works too). Second, a lot of the "cool tricks" on this site use javascript. So make sure you have it enabled in your browser. If, after correcting those two issues, you still feel as if your eyes have been assaulted, then please contact the webmaster with your concerns.

Aero

We take an unbelievably light plane and carry an unbelievably hefty payload with it. Then we redesign it so it's even lighter. If you're looking for aerospace at KSU, this is where it's at.

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Formula

What do you get when you cross a go-cart with a sportbike, throw some engineering students at it, and make it look like a mini-F1 car? A Formula SAE competition car! Sound fun?

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Mini Baja

Who needs finesse when you've got brute strength? Our goal: have fun and most likely break some stuff doing it. If that's your idea of fun too, check us out. You'll be glad you did.

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