ASBME is an undergraduate biomedical engineering student
organization run by students and serves the undergraduate
engineering student body through academic, social, and
corporate events. Students gain clarity of their chosen
field of study and the opportunities that being a BME
major brings. Students are also able to get a foot in
the corporate door at the annual ASBME corporate luncheon,
attended by USC alumni as well as other corporate representatives.
Membership is open to any registered student at the
University of Southern California who is currently majoring
in biomedical engineering (BME), biomedical-biochemical
engineering (BMEC), biomedical-mechanical engineering
(BMME), biomedical-electrical engineering (BMEE), or
any other related field. Undergraduates and grad students
can join ASBME.
Membership rates are as follows:
$15 per semester
$25 for 2 semesters (1 school year)
Active status requires that dues be paid in full.
Payments made by check should be made out to
Dues may be mailed or delivered with membership application
form, or may be delivered to the Secretary, Treasurer
or to the BME Front office in DRB 140. This year only,
a nifty BME t-shirt is included with the $25 membership!
Dues go toward the ASBME treasury and are budgeted
for activities and events held throughout the year,
including meetings, field trips, and the annual Corporate
Voting rights in the annual elections of ASBME officers
Privilege to hold executive office in ASBME
The opportunity to join in members-only events and
functions, such as Movie Nights and Knott's Scary Farm
Priority registration for the limited-entry annual
And with the year-round membership--a trendy BME t-shirt!
ASBME's active calendar runs during the Fall and Spring
Semesters (September to May). ASBME board elections
are run in mid to late February. A dues-paying member
of ASBME is said to have active status, the benefits
of which include:
ASBME is affiliated with the Biomedical
Engineering Society (BMES). BMES membership
open to any undergraduate student majoring in Biomedical
Engineering or a related field.
Student memberships are limited to a term of five years
without verification of student status.
*Students may choose to be members of
ASBME and/or BMES. If students choose to
be members of both organizations, ASBME will subsidize
$10 of the $30 BMES
Please print and complete the application forms and
return with the relavant dues to:
ASBME University of Southern California
1042 Downey Way
Denney Research Building (DRB) 140
Los Angeles, CA 90089
Applications can also be dropped off
in DRB 140 or brought to one of the club's General Meetings