Student Organizations

At UTSA, we have several active Computer Science student organizations that organize various events and are always happy to welcome new members.


UTSA Association for Computing Machinery Student Chapter (ACM)

The Association for Computing Machinery at UTSA is dedicated to giving members and students the opportunity to gain experience, network, socialize, learn, and grow outside of the classroom in all fields of technology and computing.

For more information, visit the ACM UTSA Chapter website.


UTSA Association for Computing Machinery Women's Chapter (ACM-W)

The Association for Computing Machinery at UTSA Women's Chapter aims to create an engaging academic, professional, and social network for women and minorities in technology. ACM-W's purpose is to connect students with leaders and encourage them to pursue career opportunities in computing fields and to mentor for academic and professional success.

For more information, visit the ACM-W Twitter page.


Computer Security Association (CSA)

The Computer Security Association is a group of students dedicated to better understanding cyber security in all its domains. CSA regularly participate in offensive and defensive cyber competitions and exercises to hone their skills. CSA provides training and professional events for students in computing fields.

For more information, visit the UTSA Computer Security website.


Computer Science Graduate Association (CSGSA)

The Computer Science Graduate Association organizes events to encourage research activities and provide a knowledge sharing environment in the department of computer science. It coordinates with other related organizations to enhance networking opportunities, facilitate recruitment information sessions, and host computing related speakers and contests.

For more information, visit the CSGSA Facebook page or email Bilal Siddiqui.

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IEEE Engineering Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS)

The Engineering and Biology Society Student Branch at UTSA is an organization that focuses on learning about careers within bio-medicine, and pursuing advancements in technology that are inspired by engineering, medicine, and biological concepts. All students, especially those interested in the fields that make up the EMBS, are welcome to join. Our organization seeks to provide members the opportunity to be informed about the latest biomedical technology, to set up networking opportunities with professionals in the industry, and to provide access to IEEE-exclusive material in order to enrich members' knowledge and skills for their professional endeavors. Through volunteering, education, and informative presentations, we strive to promote innovation and participation in the field of technology and medicine.

For more information, email the IEEE EMBS Chair and check back later for chapter website.