App Development Club

The App Development Club provides members with opportunities to learn, practice, and collaborate on app development. The club focuses on the development of user-facing applications for iOS, Android, and the web, and is open to working with any other platforms that facilitate this kind of application. We work to create a community of programmers that are interested in helping each other learn and grow in their development abilities, and we welcome anyone regardless of skill level. In our weekly meetings (Wednesdays, from 6 to 7 PM), we allow developers to discuss their current projects, current events in the application development industry, and occasionally host talks from experts in the field. In our Discord, we have several channels through which developers can seek out introductory help, constructive feedback on their projects, and many other discussions.

 

Association of Computing Machinery

The Oregon State University ACM Student Chapter is an officially recognized ACM chapter where OSU students and faculty can meet and share an interest in all things Computer Science. Our mission is to enhance learning through exchange of ideas between students and established professionals, faculty, and other students. We mainly focus on competitive programming, technical interview strategy, and sharing industry knowledge. Our flagship event is competing at the ACM International Collegiate Programming Competition (ICPC), one of the world's largest, oldest, and most prestigious programming competitions.

 

Association of Computing Machinery Women's Chapter

Land your tech career with the Association of Computing Machinery-Women’s Chapter! We are a community that celebrates & supports the professional development of Women in Tech. We host fun social events, resume/interview workshops with companies, and hackathons!

 

OSU CS Post-Bacc Online Student Community

The OSU CS Post-Bacc Online Slack Community is an essential and highly valuable component to the post-bacc. It's networking. It's a support system. It's people to joke (and commiserate) with. It's also the best way to find reliable partners/groups when classes call for them. This slack allows you to be more engaged and involved with the CS postbacc community and for interactions with other students - like you would get in an on-campus program. These are real people having real conversations about school, careers, hobbies, and life. Don't be a stranger. Join us!

 

Eta Kappa Nu (HKN)

Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) is an honor society for Electrical and Computer Engineering majors through IEEE. It is a national honorary society with nearly 200 chapters at different universities. The first chapter was founded in 1904 at the University of Illinois. The Pi chapter, here at OSU, was founded in 1920. The top quarter of ECE juniors and top third of ECE seniors are invited to join HKN each fall. We host faculty speakers, industry mixers, and other events to provide its members with many networking opportunities. Members of HKN believe it is important to give back to the community, and provide tutoring to undergraduate electrical and computer engineering students each term. Members are required to tutor for a minimum of eight hours each term, and are encouraged to tutor routinely each week if possible.

 

Linux User Group

We are LUG, a student group dedicated to teaching and advocating free and open source software (FOSS) on campus. This means we contribute to the tools we use and use the tools we love. Pop in to our meetings to hang out and chat about your cool projects and ideas, or stop by for help with anything Linux related, whether its installation or getting set up for a specific class!

 

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