The richness of your undergraduate experience is based not only on academics (such as your courses and research) or your career preparation, but also in your engagement the life of the CS department and the UT campus. Faculty members create courses and organize curricula, but students define other important facets of the CS undergraduate experience. We encourage you to try out the activities and events organized by CS and other student organizations.
CS Student Organizations
There are multiple UTCS organizations for undergraduate students.
- Association for Computing Machinery Student Chapter (ACM) is the oldest organization for students studying and academics and professionals working in the field of computer science.
- Computer Science Ambassadors help high school students to learn about UTCS and computing as a degree and career choice.
- Computer Science Roadshow visit local schools to share information about computing and computing careers.
- Empowering Leadership Alliance at UT (ELA) seeks to encourage underrepresented students pursuing careers in computer science.
- Turing Scholars Student Association (TSSA) is the UTCS honors organization.
- Women in Computer Science (WICS) engages undergraduate women studying computer science, as well as men who want to support women in computer science.
Other organizations, such as the Electronic Game Developers Society (EGADS) and the Engineering Chamber Orchestra (ECHO) frequently include CS students. UT has more than 1,000 active student organizations, which are coordinated by the Dean of Students Office.
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