Computer Science Department Club List
WWU ACM works to bring opportunities for professional and personal development, build community, and host events within the Computer Science department. We are open to all identities and majors!
Club Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Website: acm-wwu.github.io
Club Discord: https://discord.gg/UcDB8pj5uy
The AGIC (formerly named the AWC - Association for Women in Computing) is here to build an empowering environment for women, non-binary, trans, gender non-conforming, and all people in a gender minority in computer science by providing opportunities for community, networking, professional development, and leadership.
While our new website is under construction, shoot us an email at email@example.com to join! Include your name, pronouns (if you'd like), and the email where you'd prefer to receive club information. Everyone is welcome.
Tutor hours: Monday-Friday 4:00-7:00 PM CF 162 & 164 & Virtual
(Beginning Monday, October 4)
Students requesting help must submit their question on the CS Tutors website, and join the Tutors Hours Zoom call to receive help. When a student joins the call, they will be put into a waiting room until a tutor is available to help them, and then they will be put into a breakout room to receive tutoring. A student who has not submitted their question on the website and joined the Zoom call may not receive help. The link to the Zoom call can be found below or on the CS Tutors website.
Any questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check for Cybersecurity Club on our events calendar!
Our club is dedicated to learning about all aspects of cybersecurity. We will focus on learning useful skills and technologies that are not covered in class, as well as providing networking opportunities to WWU students. Anyone is welcome to attend our events, no computer science background necessary.
Club Email: CSCWWU@gmail.com
Cybersecurity Website: https://wwucyber.com/about
We discuss object-oriented concepts and take what we learn to create large-scale projects. Object-oriented design is a common approach to designing software and is appealing to have on a resume. It is also great practice for CSCI 345 and an opportunity to expand on concepts taught in that course.
Our club is open to anyone who is interested in software design and/or architecture. No prior object-oriented design experience is required.
We meet Mondays from 5:00-6:00 PM in CF 420 (updated for Fall 2021), or you can join remotely from our Discord server.
OODC Email: email@example.com
NSBE’s mission is “to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.”
For more information, visit their website at https://wp.wwu.edu/wwunsbe/
Meetings are Mondays at 4:30 pm in AH 221.
Club email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our mission as a WiCyS Student Chapter and club is to build a community within WWU that promotes women’s education, participation, and leadership in the cybersecurity field. However, that does not mean we are exclusive. Anyone is welcome to attend our events and no computer science background is necessary! Viking Womxn in Cybersecurity Website
Our friendly club members work together in groups to solve common coding quandaries and build our skills outside the lab. Groups are randomly assigned at the beginning of meetings, and everyone's code or approach to a problem is discussed at the end. This gives everyone insights into how different people solve the same problem. Don't be intimidated - we welcome new members of all skill levels.
We practice technical interview questions that get asked in several industry interviews.
Weekly meetings Wednesdays 5:00-6:00 PM
WBC Discord server: https://discord.gg/rRjacrB
The WWU Game Design club is a place for all majors and areas of study to talk about game design, show off their personal projects, recruit people for a project, and find resources for their own endeavors. This year we also hope to begin connecting members with industry professionals, internships, and knowledge about the game design industry(s). Regardless of your major and your experience with game design, if you have a passion for creating games of any sort (including games that are not video games, such as card games and board games), you are welcome at the WWU Game Design Club!
We meet weekly and host quarterly game jams.