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CISE Related Student Organizations

Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)

The UF Chapter of the ACM consists primarily of undergraduate students seeking degrees in Computer Engineering or Computer Science. It welcomes all students to attend meetings who have an interest in computers and offers several services to UF undergraduates including free tutoring in computer classes, assistance in picking courses, a library of books in its office, and a computer lab for members.

Benton Engineering Council (BEC)

The mission of the BEC is to serve the engineering student body by means of aiding the development of societies found within the Benton Engineering Council, by serving as the link between engineering students and the bodies which govern them and by advancing the name of the College of Engineering to UF Students as well as the surrounding community.

Graduate Assistants United (GAU)

As graduate assistants (teaching and research assistants), we work hard as both students and employees of the University of Florida.

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)

SHPE membership is open to any engineering, math or science student who is in good standing with the University of Florida.

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

NSBE's mission is to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers to excel academically, succeed professionally and to positively impact the community.

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

The Society of Women Engineers stimulates women to achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expands the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrates the value of diversity.

The Software Engineering Club (UF SEC)

The Software Engineering Club strives to expose beginner Computer Science students to practical software development technologies and concepts they will not learn or be exposed to in their first or second year. These are technologies and skills that are heavily used in the industry and the real world, but are not taught in classes. This can benefit the student to get involved with other clubs, hackathons, get a part-time internship doing development work, enable them to succeed in interviews, secure summer internships and full-time roles, and become a more knowledgeable developer.

UF Digital Arts and Sciences Club

The club's mission is to establish a community for Digital Arts and Sciences students and host DAS-themed events.

Women in Computer Science and Engineering (WiCSE)

WiCSE is an ACM-W chapter at UF with a dual-focus: providing academic and professional resources to UF students and educating and encouraging younger generations. Membership is open to all students, both male and female, with an interest in computer science. WiCSE offers opportunities like Lunch and Learns with department faculty, Q&A panels with corporate sponsors, and a mentoring program.