Student Organizations

  • IEEE Computer Society

    The IEEE Computer Society is a professional society of IEEE. Its purpose and scope is to advance the theory, practice, and application of computer and information processing science and technology and the professional standing of its members.

    You can reach out to Dr. Bin Tang for more information at this email:

  • IEEE Student Branch

  • ACM – Association for Computing Machinery

    ACM, the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society, delivers resources that advance computing as a science and a profession. The purpose of ACM is to build a robust computer science culture at CSUDH. Our goal is to foster interest in the world of computing and encourage students to engage in extracurricular activities to refine classroom skills.

  • You can reach out to Dr. Sahar Hooshmand for more information at this email:
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  • CAHSI – Computing Alliance of Hispanic-Serving Institutions

    The core purpose of CAHSI is to create a unified voice in an effort to consolidate the strengths, resources, and concerns of CAHSI institutions that are committed to increase the number of Hispanics who pursue and complete baccalaureate and advanced degrees in computing areas.

    You can find out more information by contacting Rudy Perez at this email:


  • CSC – Cyber Security Club

    The Cyber Security Club is a group of ethical hackers, where knowledgeable students may discuss security issues and implement solutions, be of service helping to provide support for cyber security programs beginning with faculty and students, and raise awareness in all areas of cyber security among the faculty, staff, and student body of the university.

    You can reach out to Dr.Bhrigu Celly for more information at this email: