The Ghana Engineering Students’ Association (GESA) is the legitimate body all engineering students automatically belong to. The association was established to protect the interests of students of the college and to serve as their mouthpiece. The student body has its own executive body which comprises of six members, that is the President, Vice President, General Secretary, Financial Secretary, Organizing Secretary, and the Women’s Commissioner who are elected yearly through a General public election. The association is partially autonomous and is still subject to the KNUST student representative council.
The body is solely responsible for placing key interests in the academic and social well-being of students. These are current members of the executive body of the association:
The association also has a women's wing called Women in Engineering(WINE). This wing was introduced to promote the rights and interests of women and also encourage the active participation of female students in engineering. WINE as a body gives its members the opportunity to interact with alumni, learn skills, etc. The wing is headed by the women’s commissioner who doubles as the president of the wing.
This and many more do the Ghana Engineering Students’ Association have to offer to its students. It is an association that believes in the holistic education of its students by creating opportunities for engineering students to obtain other skills useful to the field of engineering.