Clubs, Organizations, and Events
Get more involved in tech at USC!
Please feel free to explore the following student clubs, organizations, and events related to the information technology field and our various minor disciplines.
If you would like to inquire about adding your student club, organization, or event to this list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dedicated to empowering, educating, and mentoring female college students interested in entering the technology field. https://usc.girlsintech.org/
The Makers of Entertaining Games Association is USC’s Game Development club. The goal is to enable students to make their own games and to create a network of students (designers, programmers, and artists) interested in the game development process. http://megausc.com/about
Queers in Engineering, Science and Technology provides support to LGBTQ+ students at the University of Southern California in STEM fields. https://www.facebook.com/usc.quest
A council of 7 student organizations seeking to provide students of all disciplines with the resources and environment needed to achieve their innovative minds. http://sparksc.org/
Aims to provide female engineers with a supportive community and a greater voice in the engineering industry. http://www.sweusc.com/
Applicable to students in the cybersecurity/forensics minors/ specializations interested in jobs, competitions, etc. usccyb.org
A student organization that aims to make information that benefits women in computing readily available, in addition to hosting events such as tech talks, internship panels, industry recruiting events, mentoring, etc. We also aim to help provide a sense of community to women in CS at USC, considering how gender-imbalanced the field is. https://www.facebook.com/uofsc.wic/
USC’s first hands-on organization for entrepreneurship, engineering, and product design. http://www.usclavalab.org/
The USC Chapter of the National Organization for Business and Engineering (NOBE), a national society uniting business, management and engineering organizations from universities coast to coast. http://www.nobeusc.org
The USC Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), and it is actively involved in organizing numerous events that help Trojans apply their invaluable computing skills to the real world from developing software for people with disabilities to developing applications for mobile phones, thus encouraging innovation. http://uscacm.org/