Oregon State University

DBF Competition

OSU DBF takes 11th at competition

OSU Aeronautics Club Soars to New Heights

OSU AIAA was recently featured in an article in the Gazette-Times. Check it out here

Adventures In Rocketry

Join us for an intimate conversation with James Barrowman, one of the nation's premier rocket scientists.

ESRA Competition

First Place in the IREC Basic Competition

Welcome to the OSU AIAA Website!

The Oregon State University branch of AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics) is a new student organization. The goal of OSU AIAA is to promote student interest in aerospace engineering with hands-on research and design projects. With Oregon State University currently lacking an aerospace engineering program, OSU AIAA intends to fill that void by becoming the university's platform for students interested in aerospace engineering. 

OSU AIAA is a student branch under the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. The purpose of the organization is to promote research and education in the design and implementation of various aerospace engineering disciplines. Our student organization seeks to compete with other colleges and universities in engineering and design competitions. OSU AIAA is also a facet through which companies can connect with the university by bringing in guest speakers from the professional industry and encouraging student tours of their facilities.




Aircraft (DBF):
Tuesdays at 6:00 pm
Rogers 236

Rocketry (ESRA):
Tuesdays at 7:00 pm
Kelley Engineering Center 1003
Sign up for the ESRA mailing list here




Becoming a member of AIAA is easy. Simply sign up here to become an official student AIAA member. This costs 25 dollars but being a part of a professional aerospace engineering society is well worth it.

Once you have completed that, join our mailing list!



OSU AIAA has a mailing list!

Sign up for the mailing list so you know about upcoming events such as DBF meetings, guest speakers, and company tours.