Computer Science students have opportunities to participate in many groups and activities.
guWeCode: GU Women Coders’ mission is to build digital literacy for today’s job market and increase the number of women in the technology field.
Hoya Hacks: Hoya Hacks is the GU annual Hackathon that attracts hundreds of students from GU and other universities across the country. The hackathon has numerous workshops, training modules, and coding tracks.
Visit HOYA Hacks
GU Computer & Electronics Club: GUCEC is a student run computer and electronics club that gets together to try new technologies, work on projects, and help others around campus learn about different technologies.
ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest Team - GU competes annually in the ACM ICPC competition against hundreds of other university teams in the region.
DCode GU - DCode GU is a student-run organization that promotes computer science education by providing tutoring and mentoring for grade school and high school students at local DC schools.
Visit DCode GU
NSBE GU: The mission of the National Society of Black Engineers is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.
Visit NSBE GU
STEMME - GU Women in STEM is a student-run organization at Georgetown University to support women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.