Computer science student groups:
Association for Computing Machinery at Tufts (ACM at Tufts)
The Tufts student chapter of the international professional organization for computer science research and education.
Association for Computing Machinery Committee on Women in Computing (ACM-W)
The Tufts student chapter of the ACM Council on Women in Engineering. Faculty advisor: Professor Lenore Cowen
JumboCode is a student-run organization at Tufts University committed to developing software at no charge for nonprofit and federal organizations.
Computer Science League of Learning
CSLOL is a Tufts graduate student organization founded in the fall of 2014 by two graduate students. Their mission is to provide current graduate students within the department and the university with social events, professional development, and outreach.
Computing Undergraduate Scholars Program
The CUSP program incorporates talented undergraduate students into computing research at Tufts University with the goal of improving the recruitment, retention and graduation rates of computing students with particular emphasis on women, underrepresented minorities, and first-generation college students who have financial need and interest and ability in computing fields.
Tufts Computer Science Exchange
The Computer Science Exchange evolved out of Tufts' ACM (Association for Computing Machinery). It is an independent, student-run organization inspired by the idea of unlocking the shared potential of computer science students who wouldn't otherwise share ideas and skills.
For a complete list of all student organizations at Tufts, visit: http://ocl.tufts.edu/list/