USD is home to more than 170 student organizations, including several that are housed in the Department of Computer Science. Through these organizations, you can forge valuable professional connections, make lifelong friends and gain incomparable experience in your field.
Association of Computing Machinery
Formed in 1947, the ACM is is the world's largest scientific and educational computing society. Becoming a member will help you build relationships with other students and computer science professionals and open doors for you professionally.
Network Security Club
The club regularly participates in the North Central Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition, in which schools compete to create the best corporate network security system. In 2017, USD's team took second place.
Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPI)
This international honor society promotes excellence in computer science and information technology, with more than 300 chapters at schools across the country.
Graduate & Professional Student Association (GPSA)
Join your fellow graduate and professional students at USD. We aim to build a sense of community between graduate and professional students. Build your resume, network with others and gain experience and the unique opportunity to represent the interests of graduate students to the greater campus and community.