Student Organizations

College of Computing Organizations


Student organizations provide academic, professional and social support and development. Within these organizations, students build connections that will last a lifetime.

Membership in any of the College of Computing’s diverse student organizations will hone your leadership skills and provide a forum for you to learn from fellow students.

Current student organizations:

  • Anime-O-Tekku - ‚ÄčAnime-O-Tekku strives to share the Japanese culture through the mediums of Animation, also known as Anime, and through Japanese comics, known as Manga.

  • Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) - The Georgia Tech chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (GT ACM) is the local student chapter of ACM, the computing professional society. We work with companies, from multinational corporations to local startups that span the many facets of the computing field to hold events throughout the academic year; these include Tech Talks, educational courses, competitions, and social events.

  • Athletics @ College of Computing - Interested in playing intramurals but don't know enough people to form a team? Intramurals are a great way to meet new people and stay active. The only problem is finding other athletes interested. Athletics @ CC helps bring people interested in the same sports together to create new relationships and maybe even win a few trophies. If you're interested, please fill out this form:

  • Big Data - Big Data Club is focused on building a community for people who love data. Our project based org focuses on getting hands on experience in many aspects of big data, ranging from scalable databases, algorithms, and data visualizations.

  • Big O: Theory - Big O: Theory Club is the official Georgia Tech College of Computing organization for facilitating interaction between students interested in Theoretical Computer Science and its applications.

  • Cosplay - Cosplay Design Community is built around encouraging those with a passion for cosplay and ensuring that they have a supportive and enjoyable way to further their artistic endeavors.

  • Design Club - Design Club is an organization engaging in the practical, theoretical, and cultural usages of design. Learn the principles of design theory while building your portfolio with personal and client projects. Be a part of the design revolution at Georgia Tech!

  • Entertainment Software Enthusiasts (ESE) - Entertainment Software Enthusiasts’ (ESE) purpose is to provide resources, inspiration, and space among many other things to any and all students interested in designing, programming, reviewing, discussing, or playing video games. We give students a place to gather and create an awesome community who share a passion for video games with each other.
  • Esports - Our mission is to support competitive electronic sports and LAN culture while improving/maintaining Georgia Tech's position as one of the top schools in the nation for competitive gaming.
  • Freshman Activities Board (FAB) - The Freshman Activities Board plans social events for College of Computing freshmen to help ease the stress throughout the semester and provide an easy transition into the college atmosphere. FAB holds fun activities where students can socialize outside the classroom atmosphere.
  • Georgia Institute of Tech. Mobile Application Development (GITMAD) - GITMAD's mission is to educate and spread their passion for mobile applications at Georgia Tech. 
  • Gourd Visual Arts Club - Visual Arts club exists to increase awareness and appreciation of arts within the College of Computing environment concentrating on drawing, graphic design, and media production.
  • Graduate Women @ College of Computing - The Graduate Women @ CC is a campus organization that supports and develops the community of Masters and PhD women in the College of Computing. They meet once a month for coffee, where they simply share their lives at Tech with each other and discuss their current projects. In addition, the graduate women also organize various workshops throughout the year.
  • Grey Hat - Teaches the skills required to break things and the ethics necessary to wield them properly.
  • GT Web Developers (GT WebDev) - Provides community, assistance, and education to CoC students interested in Web Development through a reliable and well-formed process maintained by dedicated individuals.
  • Humanitech - Connecting students with computing skills to non-profit organizations that need help developing technological resources to better serve the community.
  • Humans vs. Zombies (HvZ) - Humans vs. Zombies is a large game similar to tag, played by hundreds of people on campus every semester. All players must be signed up on our website and carry a player ID, to be turned over when tagged by a zombie. To sign up, go to your Profile and register your information. HvZ is a great way to meet interesting people, learn your way around campus, and have a fun time. Join the game, and fight for your survival!
  • iOS Club - Aimed to teach key iOS development skills. We believe that the best way to learn is to actually build a product. A huge part of our program will be focusing on having members developing a game of their own and putting it up on the app store. For beginners, building an iOS game is an excellent start because games are universally enjoyable, are easy to program, and are motivationally interesting. The culture of the club will be focused around building a working app to push to the app store.
  • Linux User Group
    Promotes the Linux Operating System and works with interested students to help them with installing and working with the operating system.
  • MAKE - MAKE's mission is to enable individuals to prototype, build, and program their own electronic devices, be it as simple as a flashing LED sign or as complicated as a solar powered surveillance blimp. MAKE provides the knowledge and support to develop ideas both through teaching the necessary knowledge and providing the necessary equipment.
  • Minorities@CC - Through academic, social, and professional events, the Minorities at the College of Computing club strives to empower underrepresented groups within the College of Computing with opportunities that promote excellence, community development, and leadership amongst members, as well as foster growth to help support the leaders of tomorrow.
  • Programming Team - The Georgia Tech ACM Programming Team will make you into an excellent problem solver and help you in thinking clearly and logically while solving problems. The algorithms involved in the problem sets cover a wide range of topics: Graph Theory, Combinatorics, Dynamic Programming, Probability, Simulation, Computational Geometry, and more!
  • Robograds - The purpose of the RoboGrads is to: 1) Represent the interests of the students participating in the Robotics PhD program (Robotics students); 2) Provide a forum for Robotics students to discuss the progress and development of the program; 3) Promote the recruitment of new students and facilitate a smooth transition into the program; 4) Sponsor social events to engage Robotics students in a non-academic setting; 5) Disseminate accurate and up-to-date student-specific information about the program; 6) Liaise with other Robotics organizations to provide a relevant network for Robotics students; 7) Give opportunities for service in the community using principles learned in the program.
  • RoboJackets - The RoboJackets are a group of GT students, faculty, and alum that aim to enhance the understanding of the field of robotics and its applications in depth of knowledge as well as to increase the number of students that are exposed to it. We plan to carry out our mission through projects that correspond to the organization’s tenets of promotion, education, and advancement.
  • Student Activities Board  - The Student Activities Board provides the undergraduate population with community activities and enjoyable entertainment to encourage interaction within the College of Computing. It plans, organizes, and runs the academic, professional, and recreational events for the undergraduate computing population.
  • Student Western Animation Group (SWAG) - The Student Western Animation Group is committed to the appreciation and understanding of animation produced in the western world. We follow multiple cartoons based on member input and promote discussion of elements such as sound, characterization, artistic style, and how all of this combines to create high quality entertainment.
  • Tech Effects & Animation Club (TFX) - The Tech Effects & Animation Club is intended to create an environment for those individuals that are interested in digital effects and animation. We also seek to provide an atmosphere in which we can assist one another with taking the theoretical knowledge that we learn in class to build personal portfolios.
  • The Agency - For students with an interest in Artificial Intelligence, the Agency is the student organization for you! 
  • Undergraduate Council (UG) - The Undergraduate Council provides a platform for student organization leaders of the College of Computing student organizations to represent and improve the College of Computing. We meet every other Sunday to discuss important matters in the College of Computing. UG works closely with Dean Zvi Galil to communicate what College of Computing students want and how students can get there.
  • Upsilon Pi Epsilon - The purpose of this chapter of the Honors Society Association shall be the promotion of high scholarship and original investigation into the field of computer science.
  • Video Game Development Club (VG Dev) - The purpose of the VG Dev club is to give prospective game developers experience and portfolio pieces, and to serve as an artistic outlet for artists at Tech who otherwise may not have one.
  • Women@CC - Women@CC provides an avenue for female students to receive professional training, discuss academics, and meet other females in a primarily male-dominated field. The club provides a variety of activities, ranging from movie nights to resume workshops to the Grace Hopper Women in Computing Conference. Members of the organization form close bonds with other members, facilitating their involvement in the College of Computing student community.