ACM@UCI, the UC Irvine Chapter of the Association of Computer Machinery (ACM), is dedicated to advancing computing as a science and a profession. They work toward accommodating the needs of students as an investment for brilliant minds in academia and successful men and women in business. ACM’s active competition participants train rigorously to compete in nationally renowned competitions, including IEEExtreme, HackerRank and ICPC. The club also evaluates and supports student project proposals.
The Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences not only offers world-class facilities, faculty and research, it is also home to numerous vibrant student groups. From coding competitions to designing computer games to professional networking, the ICS clubs provide many ways for undergraduates to engage with the school and their fellow students. Below is a list of all ICS-affiliated clubs & organizations that students may join (also see ICS Clubs contact info):
Other Campus Organizations
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In addition to the ICS-affiliated student groups, UCI is home to over 600 registered student organizations – all run by students just like yourself! Campus organizations focus on a variety of areas, including academics, career and professional development, sports, community service, religion, politics, peer support, and much more! Click here for a complete list of UCI’s registered campus organizations.