We are a student-led community of individuals studying or interested in Computer Science at the University of Vermont. Founded in 2010 by Anthony Sweet, Mark Cooper, and Beau Cameron, we provide a space for students to further their knowledge and skills in CS related concepts and applications. We are located in Votey 332 and welcome anyone who wants to come in and embrace the computer science life.
As a club, we work to bring together the computer science student body. Often we help students with their homework in courses we may have taken in previously through our help hours (similar to office hours). We also host various CS related panels such as alumni panels, student internship panels, and conference panels. We also host various companies from the area for recruitment and exposure purposes. For fun, we also put on student-led workshops with curriculum not necessarily addressed in UVM's CS courses. We also play games and watch movies...! What we do is not constrained by anything!
Our community is small but close knit. We're all friends and have fun as much as possible all while helping each other succeed. We try to push students to explore computer science outside of their major required courses. With the wide variety of students here in our club, we all try to push each other outside of our comfort zones to learn a new programming language or different field of computer science.
Connect with current students and alumni!
Get job intel through CS Crew members!
Receive CS department awards for activity in the student body!
Make long term friends through this very club!
Here is our calendar of important events and times. Help hour times are the same each week (with the exception of UVM holidays), and from time to time we have workshops and panels. Check back frequently to see what's going on! Want something related added on? Shoot us an email and we'll slap it on!