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Clubs and Organizations

The Department of Computing Sciences supports the following student clubs and organizations. Student clubs and organizations are student-run organizations and need your support to remain active and strong.

ACM Student Chapter of Coastal Carolina University

Coastal Carolina University's Student Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery is an official ACM Student Chapter. ACM stands for the Association for Computing Machinery. In this student chapter of the official computer society, we host various presentations from a variety of speakers, discuss current technology developments, and engage in hands-on projects. 

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Coastal Cybersecurity Club

The CCU Cybersecurity Club is dedicated to educating students on proper cybersecurity and preparing members for getting cybersecurity jobs.

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National Society of Black Engineers of Coastal Carolina University

The National Society of Black Engineers is traditionally an organization that strives to increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.

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Numbers & Bytes

The original student club of the Department, focusing on both mathematics (numbers) and computers (bytes), the Numbers & Bytes Club has morphed into an interactive gaming club.  

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Upsilon Pi Epsilon

Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) is the first and only existing international honor society in the computing and information disciplines. It has received endorsements from the two largest computer organizations in the world: the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the IEEE Computer Society (IEEE-CS).

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Women in STEM

Women in STEM (WIS) provides a comfortable and friendly environment for women in STEM fields. We are open to all genders and majors, and anyone who supports women in STEM fields. WIS aims to help bridge the gap and make women feel more comfortable within their major. 

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