Fulton Student Council
The Fulton Student Council serves as a governing body of the students within the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. Its primary purposes are to provide leadership opportunities for students, which effectively cultivate the next generation of engineering managers, leaders, and directors. The council works extensively with all Fulton Student Organizations at ASU, serving as a consultant, advocate, and umbrella group, and also strives to establish new Fulton Engineering Traditions. It is directly involved with the Deans and Faculty and serves as a conduit for communication between the students, student organizations, and the upper levels of the Fulton Schools of Engineering.
The council also enacts a large number of programs and events for the Fulton Engineering Community on a yearly basis, some of which include trebuchet launches, information sessions, the Fulton Engineering Homecoming Float, Social Mixers, and Open Forums. Ultimately, the Fulton Student Council aims to foster an environment of open communication between the engineering student body, engineering clubs and societies, and the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Administration.