Academic - Engineering Academic - Intercollegiate Special Interest


Cyclone Rocketry (CyROC) is an engineering team with the central focus of designing, building, and flying high powered model rockets while competing in sanctioned events with other colleges and their students in the United States and around the world. CyROC will also be an avenue for its members to become individually certified modelers of high powered amateur rocketry in national organizations like NAR and Tripoli.


Constitution / Tier

File CycloneRocketryConstitution.docx1.pdf
Tier Student Organization - Affiliated

Membership Information

Student Members 73
ISU Members 12
Non-ISU Members 6
Allowed Members Iowa State University Students
Allowed Officers Any
Membership Qualifications None
Membership Restrictions None
Elections/Selection End of Spring Semester (Officers to take office the following fall)
Meetings Weekly design and build meetings & monthly launches (weather permitting)

Description of Regular Meetings/Activities

Weekly general meetings are open to all members. Meetings will cover club's agenda, videos of HPR competitions, and advice for high powered rocket certifications. Active members will participate in design and building for the Spaceport America Cup competition. Work meetings will be scheduled weekly or bi-weekly for officers and approved active members.

Description of Special Events

Special events such as outreach to the community will occur several times a semester. During these events, a few officers will talk about the club and share their hobby of amateur high powered rocketry, as well as their passion for space exploration.