The Student Coordinating Council was established to be highest governing student body of FEU Tech. It is the official representative of students of FEU Institute of Technology within and outside the Institute. It fosters an atmosphere where critical thinking prevails. It enjoins the students to act as one in addressing their concerns and welfare and in asserting their rights.
The Innovator is the official publication of the students and associates of FEU Institute of Technology. The Innovator aims to promote campus journalism in the Institute and defend the rights of students to information and freedom of expression through truthful, factual, unbiased and relevant news, meaningful and significant opinions and articles published in both printed and electronic data.
The Association of Civil Engineering Students is the local student chapter of the Philippine Institute of Civil Engineering (PICE). It aims to provide its members with interesting activities that will help them grow academically and professionally.
The FEU Tech Association for Computing Machineries Student Chapter was organized to be operated exclusively for educational and scientific purposes, to promote increased knowledge and greater interest in the field of science, design, development, construction, languages, management and other applications of modern computing.
The Alliance of Information Technology Students represents the academic organization for Information Technology students of FEU Institute of Technology. The organization aims to form an alliance between the different specializations of the college in Information Technology.
The Computer Engineering Organization envisions the development of students skills and empowerment of their interests towards excellence in Computer Engineering as their field of specialization. It is committed in developing competent and skilled CpE professionals, harnessing leadership potentials of its officers and members, establishing camaraderie and close ties with associates, members, officers and other student organizations, and representing the interest, welfare and ideals of its members.
The Electronics Engineering Students Society aims to enhance rapport and cultivate cooperation and camaraderie among Electronics Engineering students. It perceived the necessity to a collative and complete embodiment of ECE students. All efforts and endeavors of this organization shall be directed toward the betterment of service to the body represented. Hence, it is committed to enhance and propel the student body through a single, unified voice. ECESS is the local chapter of the Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines Manila Student Chapter (IECEP-MSC) in the Institute.
The Electrical Engineering Student’s Association envisions itself as the sole embodiment of Electrical Engineering Students. EESA aims for academic excellence and endeavors to balance growth and development. It provides activities that are helpful and highly essential for the development of Electrical Engineering students ingenuity in their field of specialization.
The Junior Philippine Computer Society aims to enhance the knowledge and skills of the youth in the field of Information and Communication Technology. It provides students with complementary experiences needed to become world class IT professionals.
Mechanical Engineering Society aims to be the pinnacle of FEU Institute of Technology’s Mechanical Engineering Department by honing our students to become socially, intellectually and ethically competitive future mechanical engineers.
The main objective of the Artist Connection is to provide a venue to initiate productive endeavors where its members can exhibit their talents and skills in singing, dancing, acting and cheer dancing. It aims to share and enhance these talents by creating training and workshop sessions. It is also geared towards development of leadership through training and heading groups of performers. AC has four sub- organizations namely Music Synergy, Theater and Guild, Exude Dancers and Tech Squad.
This is the student chapter of the Young Men’s Christian Organization (YMCA). The organization is non- academic in nature and accepts anyone who is willing to develop themselves holistically.
An organization promoting academic excellence imbued with proper values and attitude for all the members within the institution. They aim to enhance the Math and Physics skills of the student by providing different activities.
The Recreation and Athletics Club endeavors to promote healthy lifestyle through sports. It helps in the creation of teams that represent the Institute in sports competitions.
The CFC Youth for Christ is affiliated with the Couples for Christ Global Mission Foundation and the network of its corresponding family ministries within the Philippines and abroad. YFC provides a healthy and Christian-support environment for its members in the institute through prayer meetings, bible-sharing, peer counseling and other activities.
An organization that unites all of the nationalities representing the foreign student in the college. It promotes international friendships and cultural appreciation and understanding. This organization hosts programs which feature talents and skills of foreign students from around the world.