Computer Science and Information Technology Student Organizations
Students are encouraged to participate in or initiate students organizations to enhance learning experience, connect with other students, and serve communities.
Clayton State University Student Chapter of ACM
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the world's largest educational and scientific computing society, delivers resources that advance computing as a science and a profession. Students have an opportunity to engage in a number of programming activities including lectures from guest speakers. President: William Carroll, Faculty Advisor: Muhammad Rahman. For more information, visit the CSU Student Chapter of ACM website.
The Laker Robotics provides inspired events and activities to student in accordance with the Clayton State University Mission. Members of the Laker Robotics Club will have chances to participate in undergraduate research projects with CSIT faculty members using the Robotics Lab. Students also will serve communities such as vising high schools to inspire technology. President: William Carroll, Faculty Advisor: Muhammad Rahman. For more information, visit the Laker Robotics website.
Women Interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (Wi2STEM)
Wi2STEM is actively engaged in celebrating and supporting women interested in STEM fields. Through generous support from Georgia Power, Wi2STEM supports travel expenses to professional conferences to enable members to present research.