codeRIT is both a community of students and an opportunity to learn, think, and create. We welcome all who have an interest to expand and apply their education. We strive to be self-starters, inventors, and entrepreneurs. We give you the tools and skills to be better and build your dreams into realities. For more information, visit http://coderit.org
Computer Science Community
The purpose of the Computer Science Community is to foster an environment for learning, support, friendship, social activities, and mentorship for Computer Science students. To learn more about CSC please visit their website at: http://csc.cs.rit.edu/
Computer Science House
Computer Science House (CSH), founded in 1976, is one of the oldest and most popular special interest houses at RIT. Located on the third floor of Nathaniel Rochester Hall, CSH provides a revolutionary living environment for over fifty members and a gathering place for members who opt to live in other housing. For more information and to learn about how you can become a member, visit www.csh.rit.edu
Electronic Gaming Society
The RIT Chapter of the Electronic Gaming Society is a student-run organization at the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY. EGS:RIT was formed in 2000, and since, has been providing numerous events for gamers in the greater Rochester area and beyond. EGS:RIT is a recognized student club at RIT, and joins RWAG and the RIT Anime Club to form the "Unholy Trinity" of geek/nerd culture clubs at RIT. For more information visit www.egsrit.com
Graduate Computer Science Student Council
The Graduate Computer Science Student Council (GCSSC) is a voice for the graduate CS student body. We bring CS graduate students' academic and administrative concerns to the Graduate Coordinator. We also advise the Graduate Coordinator on decisions that would affect grad students. For more information, email: email@example.com
Game Developers Club
RIT Game Developers Club meets in the back half of the Game Design & Development lab, room 70-2000. We usually meet bi-weekly on Sundays at 4pm. Special events may be held on the alternative weeks. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for the latest information.
Localhost is an open-forum student group focused on web/app design & development, and user experience design. http://www.ritlocalhost.com/
NextHop is a club at RIT focused on networking and systems administration. NextHop is all about moving information and managing different services that run on a network. Our interactive learning community is built on our hands-on Build-It-Nights where members configure and work with a new technology, and our informative TechTalks in which student members and industry professionals present and discuss new themes, technologies, and practices. Our members come from a diverse group of majors and experience levels. All are welcome to join us at any point during the academic year. To find out more, you can visit us at http://nexthop.network
RIT's Competitive Cybersecurity Club, or RC3 is a club built around teaching students the fundamentals of both attacking and defending various computer systems and networks. It is designed to give students a hands on learning experience where they are encouraged to try new things and ask questions. Website: rc3.club
Security Practices and Research Student Association
The Security Practices and Research Student Association is an RIT student run organization that addresses security-related issues and how these issues affect multiple majors and disciplines. The ultimate goal of this organization is to provide students with experience in information security and job opportunities in information security (infosec) related fields. For more information visit www.sparsa.org
Society of Software Engineers
The Society of Software Engineers (SSE) is an organization for RIT Software Engineers, including alumni, students, and faculty. By staying active with incoming students, the current members of SSE can ensure that future generations of Software Engineering (SE) students will have all the benefits that they have reaped from the work of the upperclassmen.
Women in Computing
Women in Computing (WIC) at RIT is a group of students, faculty and staff who are committed to the success and advancement of women in the field of computing. This spans all computing disciplines from traditional computer science to the emerging disciplines of game design and development and computing security. For more information, visit the group's official website.
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