Student organizations are a vital and important aspect of student life and growth as a computer scientist. By joining a student organization, you will build social and professional networks and deepen your leadership, technical, and communication skills. Students organizations provide an opportunity to engage in fun activities and provide service to the department; your involvement and contributions to an organization should be highlighted on your resume.
The list of CS student organizations is provided below (click on the links to get info on how to join).
ACM-W supports, celebrates, and advocates full engagement of women in all aspects of the computing field, more specifically in Computer Science. Weekly meetings and/or activities are held to promote interaction, support, bonding and engagement of all members.
Point of Contact: email@example.com
UPE is an International Honor Society for the Computing Sciences. Founded in 1967, UPE is an honorary society whose membership consists of outstanding undergraduate and graduate students of the Computing Sciences.
The CIC aims to provide students with practical experience on coding questions that they can expect in a technical interview. The club aims to improve students’ problem solving skills through practice problems, mock interviews, technical workshops, and extracurricular presentations. The club also serves as a community where students can support each other and feel empowered to successfully interview and further benefit students' professional development.
Point of Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org