EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
The Computer Science Department does not just end in the classroom. Students use their knowledge and love of technology in events that go beyond their desks and homework. Students at Francis Marion University have opportunities with the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) student chapter, the region level programming contest, our Upsilon Pi Epsilon Honor society, and many more!
ACM Student Chapter
The Francis Marion student chapter for the Association for Computing Machinery, also known as ACM, is a student-driven club for those interested in advancing their knowledge of programming, robotics, and other related topics. Students who join this chapter will have the opportunity to discuss and learn alongside their fellow classmates as taught by upperclassmen and Honor Society recipients.
ACM Student Chapter Officers:
Chairman: Ja’Nya Breeden
Vice-Chairman: Austin Freeman
Secretary: Roland Vu
Treasurer: Ronisha Genwright
Upsilon Pi Epsilon Honor Society
Francis Marion has a chapter for Upsilon Pi Epsilon, the International Honor Society for the Computing and Information Disciplines. Students who join this Honors chapter have done so by achieving an above average GPA in their major of Computer Science and have shown exceptional attitude.