ACM at UCR

Dedicated to technical, professional, and personal development in the context of computer science

Get Involved

ACMUCR Logo

What is ACM@UCR?

ACM at UCR is the largest student-run technical organization with a focus on Computer Science. Our goal is to help our members develop their technical and professional skills to help them in school and in industry. We aim to accomplish our goal by providing technical workshops, professional events, and providing opportunities for our members to excel.

Mentorship

1:1 Mentor Program

We have a unique, 1:1 Mentor Program designed to help you succeed at your goals, whether they be academic, technical, or professional.

Workshops

Accessible Workshops

As an undergraduate student, it's often difficult to gain experience working with technologies outside of intense coursework.

We host beginner and intermediate workshops in career pathways such as web development, data science, and mobile development.

Tech Events

Tech Events

Our chapter hosts multiple hackathons and programming competitions throughout the year. Hundreds of computer science students come out to hone their skills, while having fun doing so.

Woman

Communities For All

We welcome everyone into our community. Members of our fellow Women in Computing organization continue to find success in their undergraduate careers.

Membership Perks

Registered Member
Free
  • Unrestricted, 24/7 card access to the ACM Clubroom
  • Guidance from club officers and peers
  • Access to ACM public events year-round
  • Access to Mock Interview program
  • Access to Mentorship program
  • ACM badge eligibility
  • Professional development
  • Technical workshops
Registered Member + T-Shirt
$20/year
  • Unrestricted, 24/7 card access to the ACM Clubroom
  • ACM T-Shirt
  • Guidance from club officers and peers
  • Access to ACM public events year-round
  • Access to Mock Interview program
  • Access to Mentorship program
  • ACM badge eligibility
  • Professional development
  • Technical workshops
  • When are your general meetings?

    ACM general meetings for Fall 2020 occur on even-numbered weeks, Tuesdays from 2-3PM via Zoom. Join our Slack to get the meeting details!

    Connect with us through Facebook or email for the most up-to-date event information.

  • Where is the ACM Clubroom?

    You can find our members studying and hanging in our virtual clubroom during most hours of the week. Our clubroom is located on the first floor of Winston Chung Hall, room 127. We have computers, whiteboards, a microwave, lockers that you can rent, and much more. We are continually looking for ways to improve our room.

    Due to virtual classes, you can join us in the ACM Discord for socials or just to hang out!

    Have a suggestion on how we can improve the room? Contact us!

  • How can I become a registered member?

    Membership for our chapter is free this year due to the pandemic. If you would like to purchase an ACM T-Shirt for $20, get in touch with any officer during our general meetings, events, or in the virtual clubroom. We accept CashApp payments.

  • How can I get more involved with ACM at UCR?

    You can be more involved with ACM at UCR simply by attending any of our events. If you're interested in being on the board of ACM, get in touch with the President or Vice President.

  • My question isn't listed here! 😭

    Contact an officer if you need clarification on anything! We're more than happy to help.