University of Tulsa Student Chapter of the
Association for Computing Machinery

ACM Social Event

Come to the ACM social event that is being hosted at Consumer Affairs' new office. There will be food, games, and carpooling provided for anyone who needs it. If you need a ride, you may email: or Please sign up below.

The event is Thursday, Jan. 30th at 6:30 pm. Carpooling will be from Rayzor at 6:00 pm.

Sign Up Here!

Service Hackathon

This semester, we are hosting our first ever Civic Service Hackathon. ACM is working in conjunction with Tulsa Web Devs, Code for America, and other Civic Hacking groups to provide a Hackathon aimed at producing and developing projects to benefit the Tulsa community. No experience necessary! We will be working alongside professional web developers from Tulsa Web Devs on these projects. No ideas necessary! Many of the Civic Hacking organizations helping us with this event have provided plenty of projects for interested students to pioneer or help develop. No groups necessary! Groups can be formed at the start of the event based on party interests. This is a great opportunity for all interested students to get real experience working on actual projects and provide work that will go on to benefit the local community. Hope to see you there! Register below.

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About Us

The Association for Computing Machinery is a forum to facilitate communications among computer science professionals, and in the case of the student chapter, to provide students interested in computers an idea of the future that awaits them.

We welcome anyone interested to join our mailing list, subscribe to our events calendar, and attend at least one of our monthly meetings.