To join our club, just attend one of our meetings and get involved. Join a project, stay for a lecture, or just hang out in our lounge area.
To become an official member of ACM, join our Orgsync page. This is how we (including FIU) keep track of our club's members.
Orgsync is required for all official FIU clubs. We use Orgsync to post all our events and reminders.
There is no membership fee to join this FIU club.
How to get Involved
First, find out what helps you wake up in the morning. What are your passions. What are you interests. Think about these for a moment.
Do you like robotics? Phone application development? Game development? Community service/ outreach? Teaching/ tutoring? Finding a good job?
Once you know yourself, join some a club or event based off of those interests. ACM has many different workshops and projects each semester.
If ACM doesn't have what you are looking for, there are other computer-related clubs. On the links section on the left-hand side are other SCIS
clubs: PLUG (Panther Linux User Group), UPE (Upsilon Pi Epsilon), STARS Alliance, to name a few. Click the links and see what they are about.
But most importantly, get involved! Don't just come to general meetings. Join a workshop or SIG! A club is a team effort. It is for the people
and by the people, but the people have to be willing to dedicate their time and ideas.
ACM Student Membership
We are an FIU student chapter of the national organization, ACM. It is not required, but I encourage all ACM-FIU members to join through their
website. There is a membership due for joining ($20 for students). But there are many benefits including free software, learning materials, and