Princeton ACM is Princeton’s student chapter of the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society, the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
Our mission is to promote the ACM’s goal of “advancing computing as a science and a profession” amongst Princeton students (both undergraduate and graduate). To this end, we hold a variety of events to engage our fellow students, including mini-hackathons (which we affectionately refer to as Code@Nights), a Princeton-wide computer science competition (COSCON), advising over coffee, interview prep, talks with professors, and more. If you’d like to stay in the loop on all that we’re doing, join us today! To join, you must be a Princeton student, but that’s it — after all, the challenges, promises, and beauties of computer science cut across disciplines, experience levels, and social backgrounds.
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Have ideas for events? Want to be on the ACM Board? Email the ACM board at ptonacm (@princeton.edu).