Engineers Without Borders

University of Mississippi

About Us


EWB-USA builds a better world through engineering projects that empower communities to meet their basic human needs and equip leaders to solve the world’s most pressing challenges.


EWB-USA’s vision is a world in which every community has the capacity to sustainably meet their basic human needs.

Our Team

To learn more about the team of officers and members that make up our committees to ensure our projects are carried out, click here to visit our Meet the Team page.

Our Chapter

Founded in 2007, our chapter spent has spent the last 10 years working in the Hedome Village of Togo, Africa where we built a new school house and dug a desperately-needed deep water well to deliver safe drinking water to thousands of Togolese citizens.


The University of Mississippi Engineers Without Borders chapter is a student-led organization, chartered in 2007. Since its founding, our chapter has strived to accomplish one, main goal: to benefit as many people in need as we can through community-driven service projects. For ten years, our primary project has been to aid the people of Togo, Africa. Throughout our time in Togo, we have built a schoolhouse for local kids, and most recently we constructed a clean water well for safe water consumption. We are expanding our horizons and aim to take on a second project later this year in South America, as well as exploring our options for smaller-scale domestic projects. Our chapter is over 100 members large, made up of students from all over the world, of all backgrounds, and in all academic majors and interests. The one thing we all share: the strong desire to help others and improve communities across all borders around the globe!

Getting Involved

If you haven’t already, request to join our email list! You’ll get updates about our bimonthly meetings, project updates, and news about our fundraising events. In addition, like our Facebook page to stay up-to-date on everything else that is happening with EWB Ole Miss.

We encourage students of all majors to get involved in our chapter, but there are many different ways you can get involved, even if you don’t know what you’ll bring to the table. Check out our Get Involved page to find out more.