ACM is the world's largest educational and scientific computing society. ACM is a national organization with over 180 proffesional chapters and 680 student chapters. The USA ACM Chapter was started in the fall of 2014 and is one of the longest-running organizations within the School of Computing.
What topics do meetings cover?
The topic of our meetings vary from meeting to meeting,. Some meetings are informational and we discuss different subjects regarding career advancement and networking practices. We also hold more technical meetings where we give introductions to different programming languages and skills.
How do I get involved?
Getting involved with ACM is simple! Regardless of background or major, everyone is welcome to join ACM! To keep up with our organization and see our organization announcements be sure to join our Discord, and be on the lookout for School of Computing wide announcements about our meetings.
Are there any requirements to join?
There are absolutely no requirements to join ACM! The only thing we asked is that you come ready to learn!