Build something new with TamuHACK, the premier organization for hackathons at Texas A&M University. Students in this organization have attended hackathons nationwide, allowing them the opportunity to network across universities and companies. All skill levels welcome. Find out more here.

Learn how to secure a network and compete in the Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition with the Texas A&M Cybersecurity Club. Meetings on Mondays at 7PM in HECC 616. Access to their page here.

Aggie Women in Computer Science is a women’s organization and official chapter of ACM-W that offers professional development opportunities and the opportunity to attend the Grace Hopper Conference. Learn more here.

Texas Aggie Game Developers is an organization dedicated to learning tools of game development such as Unity. This organization hosts a Game Jam, allowing contestants to create a video game in a competitive environment. Learn more at their website.

If you are interested in joining a computer science honors society, Upsilon Pi Epsilon might be the organization for you. Attending various social events, company talks, and professional development activities are prerequisites for induction. More information can be obtained here.

If you are a graduate student looking to network with fellow graduate students or in search of an organization to join, look no further than the Computer Science Graduate Student Association (CSGSA). Information on meetings, etc can be obtained here.

Interested in a coding club? We have one for you! The Aggie Coding Club provides the students of Texas A&M University that are interested in real world experiences the opportunity to explore their careers and passions through project development. The club also provides a community where members can benefit from valuable networking opportunities. Their site here.