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Student Computer Organizations

  • ACMpurdue

    ACM @ Purdue is an organization for connecting students, faculty and companies for the betterment of the computing community.ACM has developed the concept of Special Interest Groups that focus on various fields of Computer Science.

  • The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)

    An organization consisting of students from a variety of backgrounds who share a common interest in computer science. The NYU ACM is open to all students, faculty, and staff of New York University, as well as the surrounding community.

  • Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate Student Association

    Sponsored by the University at Buffalo, the association serves as an interface between students and the department, as well as to provide services to the Computer Science and Engineering student body. Includes an event calendar.

  • Computer Science Community Service (CS2)

    A student-run, volunteer organization dedicated to teaching computer skills in the community, often focusing on bridging the ever-widening digital divide.

  • Dublin University Internet Society

    College society offering information on making websites, web graphics, and animation.

  • Graduate Council

    A student-run organization that pursues the interests of graduate students in the computer science department. vtcs

  • Master's Association for Computer Science (MACS)

    The mission of MACS is to build and to foster a community for Masters students in the Department of Computer Science at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences.

  • Michigan State University: ACM

    The student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) sponsors a wide variety of activities, such as video game contests and weekly faculty and student doughnut hours.

  • Warwick Computing Society

    Multidisciplinary society involved in a variety of computing interests such as Linux, programming, and online games.

  • Women in Computing

    A student-run, non-profit organization at Virginia Tech, working to promote the recruitment and retention of women in technology and computer-oriented professions.

  • Women in Computing (WinC)

    WinC has worked with companies such as IBM, Google, Morgan Stanley and Microsoft to organize recruiting and internship events, academic panels, technical workshops, company visits, programming contests, and scholarships to support members.

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